LotusNotes-Google Calendar Synchronizer / News: Recent posts

Beta 0.3.1 released

Due to small bug in the proxy module, I had to release patch 1 for beta 0.3.

The latest version is therefore beta 0.3.1.


Posted by Shin Sterneck 2009-07-06

Beta 0.3 released!!

I am pleased to announce that beta 0.3 of the Lotus Notes-Google Calendar Synchronizer is now available for download.

This release implements new features and also comes with a new look.

Some features are:
1. Support for lotus notes authentication
2. Support for non-ssl connection to google
3. Support for date range selection of calendar entries to synchronize
and some more features.

Hope you enjoy this release!... read more

Posted by Shin Sterneck 2009-07-05

Beta 0.3 almost ready for release

I know some of you have been waiting for the next beta release (0.3). Its almost ready and short of just two more feature that I want to implement.

The latest features are currently only available in source but you can track (or add) requests at the following site:

Trac Site:

Posted by Shin Sterneck 2009-06-07

Beta 0.2 Released!

Beta 0.2 has been released. This release add several new features and may still contain some bugs:

New Features:

+ SSL Support to your IBM Lotus Domino HTTP Server
+ Uplod to Secondary Google Calendar (So you can separate your personal calendars from your Lotus Notes Calendar.
+ Proxy Support to upload your Calendar to Google through a proxy server

Posted by Shin Sterneck 2009-05-10

Beta 0.1 Released!

Its my pleasure to announce the availability of beta version 0.1.

Posted by Shin Sterneck 2009-04-27

Lotus Notes-Google Calendar Synchronizer: First Release

Application which synchronizes your Lotus Notes Calendar with your Google calendar. This can be used to view your Lotus Notes Calendar using any ical/rss/html compatible viewer (such as with the iPhone using the new 3.0 beta release)

The first pre-release version of the "Lotus Notes-Google Calendar Synchronizer" will be available for download by the 25th of April (Saturday).

Posted by Shin Sterneck 2009-04-20

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