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WebCalendar 1.2.b1 demo online

I have put a demo back online at SourceForge using version 1.2.b1:

http://webcalendar.sourceforge.net/demo/

I've limited the functionality to keep people from abusing it. (no remote calendars, no categories, etc.) since SF shut down my entire account last time a malicious user posted unacceptable content on the demo.

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2008-03-10

WebCalendar 1.1.5 released to address vulnerability

WebCalendar is a PHP application used to maintain a calendar for a single user or an intranet group of users. It can also be configured as an event calendar.

WebCalendar 1.1.5 has been released. This release fixes an exploit recently discovered that can allow malicious users to install files on your server. All users of versions 1.1.2, 1.1.3 and 1.1.4 should update to 1.1.5 to fix this issue.

The update can be downloaded from SourceForge at:... read more

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2007-09-13

WebCalendar Appliance for VMWare available

WebCalendar is a PHP application used to maintain a calendar for a single user or an intranet group of users. It can also be configured as an event calendar.

The first release of the WebCalendar Appliance is available:

https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=3870&package_id=242777

The appliance for VMWare includes: Ubuntu 7.04 server (Linux 2.6.20), Apache 2, PHP, MySQL, phpMyAdmin and WebCalendar 1.0.5. This new appliance makes it fast and simple to try out WebCalendar without requiring users to install tons of other software like Linux, Apache/PHP and MySQL.

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2007-08-20

WebCalendar 1.1.1 developer release available

The first developer release of WebCalendar 1.1 is now available. This new release adds many new features to WebCalendar including full timezone support, two-way iCal client syncing, user ACL, remote iCal subscribtions and lots more.

Get more information at the WebCalendar home page:
http://webcalendar.sourceforge.net

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2006-09-15

WebCalendar 1.0.3 released

Version 1.0.3 of WebCalendar has been release. Version 1.0.3 contains mostly minor bugfixes to version 1.0.2. Changes include fixing saving preferences for public users, fixes for vCal export, DB2 database support was added and a new Greek translation was added.

There are no database changes, so this release can be unpacked/unzipped over a 1.0.2 release, but be sure to copy over includes/site_extras.php if you have modified it.... read more

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2006-04-11

WebCalendar 1.0.2 released

Due to some recent security vulnerabilities that were found in WebCalendar 1.0.1 and earlier versions, WebCalendar 1.0.2 is now available. The primary goal of this release is to fix the SQL Injection issues discovered. All users are strongly urged to update their installations to version 1.0.2.

More details of the security issues can be found at the WebCalendar home page:

http://webcalendar.sourceforge.net/

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2005-12-07

WebCalendar 1.1 development update

WebCalendar 1.1 development is progressing at a good pace. While there is no official public release, the application can be downloaded from CVS or from the nightly CVS snapshot found at:

http://www.k5n.us/webcalendar.php?topic=Download

Some of the most significant changes include:
- A new web-based installation wizard that will create or update your database tables. No need to use the MySQL command line or phpMyAdmin.
- Greatly improved RFC2445 (iCal) support that supports much more advanced recurrance rules, inclusions and exceptions
- A new user access permission system that allows finer control of access to system functions and user calendars
- Support for read & write access from iCal clients that connect to WebCalendar. This allows creating events in applications like Sunbird or Apple iCal that will be stored in WebCalendar
- New support for FCKEditor which allows users to use a WYSIWYG editor for event descriptions... read more

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2005-11-08

2/3 WebCalendar install on Windows

In a very unofficial survey, it appears there are twice as many Windows users installing WebCalendar as UNIX/Linux. Check the Files area to compare the number of downloads of the latest .zip (Windows) vs tar.gz (UNIX/Linux). This is the first time a .zip has been available to download (v0.9.44).

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2004-08-20

Nightly CVS snapshots available

You can now download the latest development code from CVS (updated nightly): http://www.k5n.us/files/webcalendar-cvs.tar.gz

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2004-02-03

CVS updated

CVS has been updated with the latest code and patches.

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2002-08-13

Demo updated

The demo has been updated to version 0.9.38:

http://webcalendar.sourceforge.net/demo/

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2002-07-13

WebCalendar breaks into SourceForge top 10

According to the latest SourceForge statistics, WebCalendar had reached number 8 in their list of most active projects for this week. As far as I know, this is the first time WebCalendar has reached the top ten.

Unfortunately, the stats page for WebCalendar does not seem to be getting updated.

https://sourceforge.net/top/mostactive.php?type=week

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2001-06-27

What's your WebCalendar setup?

Tell us about your WebCalendar setup. This will help guide the focus of future development. Go to the survey at:

http://sourceforge.net/survey/survey.php?group_id=3870&survey_id=11836

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2001-06-12

CVS available

The latest code is now available in CVS. See the CVS info page for more info: http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=3870

Posted by Craig Knudsen 2001-05-23