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Sep 1, 2005
Sep 1, 2005 / pixtur
Aug 5, 2009 / rafael.dalpra
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Featuresπ

  • Syncing with iCal?
  • Sharing with other calendars?


Questionsπ

What items are display in the calendar?π

  • Milestones of open projects for each user?
  • Task of category Event (upcomming)
  • Birthdays?
  • what else???
  • are there non project items in the calendar

How is the calendar being used?π

  • What can be done in the calendar view
    • Adding new events and items?



Other Calendarsπ

calendar.google.comπ

google_calendar_dates.png
  • excellent ajax features
  • Moving of events
  • Combining / distinguish different calendars by color
  • Adding new Events on the fly by "bubbles on click"
  • Views: Months, Day, Week
  • Excellent editing of Dates / Times



NetOfficeπ




Basecamp HQπ


As for the calender, I'd like to be able to add items to the calender with or without a link to a project. I'd like to be able to add people to the item on the calender and have them automatically notified by email.

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14 Comments

guest:Calendar feature

13 years ago (6. update 11 years ago) -

And it shuld be compatible with iCal (publich in private server..)

pixtur:Antwort auf Calendar feature

12 years ago (5. update 11 years ago)

Yes, I know. I am still learning about how to set up such a system.

binder:a few thoughts

11 years ago

what should a calender do?π

  • provide a quick overview of dates
  • provide private information
  • provide a overview of meetings/dates/...

what special features could a calender in streber do?π

  • if all streber dates could be stored in my PIM (over )a calender in streber offers IMHO no significant additional information

That's why I think just a "calender" doesn't bring any more reasonable advantage. For this I can use my PIM! ;)
And the energy put in an API is IMHO much better invested than in a 'simple' calender?

But if we started with a calender with GANTT-functions, this would bring much more advantages to this issue! So I think, we should first take on the API (which opens much more opportunities!) and then take on GANTT-Charts?

pixtur:Calendar now?

11 years ago

To Binder: You are perfectly right. The API would bring much more benefit than an "Pure" calendar. But still a lot of people do not have a PIM to sync with. And even if they could sync, setting up both applications like this would still be pretty tricky.

Since Marc Ferguson asked on what he can work, I thought that starting with a calendar now might be a good idea. I doubt, that all developers can work on the API simultanously.



binder:Antwort auf Calendar now?

11 years ago

okay, perhaps I am a bit too narrow-minded and focused on IT-based companies like ours! ;) But you're right, not everybody has a PIM or even Exchange to assign dates in teamwork...

of course I don't mind someone working on calender! go ahead! *G* But perhaps we can define the goal "calender" on a more "GANTT-like" calender? or a calender with GANTT-option?

pixtur:Reply to Antwort auf Calendar now?

11 years ago

Hmm...
 you me something like I proposed for the redesign of home?

binder:Antwort auf Reply to Antwort auf Calendar now?

11 years ago

binder:

11 years ago (2. update 11 years ago)


pixtur:Yes, something like this...

11 years ago

I could be rendered pretty cool with HTML/CSS only. Rendering real Gantt-Diagrams with dependancies would require rendering images. Doesn't it?



marc.f:Reply to Yes, something like this...

11 years ago

I'm thinking that we could use something similar to what netOffice did with their Gantt charts, jpGraph (http://www.aditus.nu/jpgraph/)

marc.f:Reply to Yes, something like this...

11 years ago (3. update 11 years ago)

I'm thinking that we could use something similar to what netOffice did with their Gantt charts, jpGraph (http://www.aditus.nu/jpgraph/)

bw:Reply to Yes, something like this...

10 years ago

For rendering images ImageMagick can do the trick. On both linux and windows.

kjsphoto:

9 years ago

When will the calendar be available in streber? I have got to say, this tool is amazing...

pixtur:

9 years ago

thanks. Considering the current development speed, it will take quiet a while until we reach complex features like this.