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From Christian Grobmeier <>
Subject Re: Shared Calendars
Date Fri, 20 May 2011 13:26:06 GMT
>> But why not having a Calendar for all projects. One might be able to
>> filter for a specific project or event type, be it "release", "dinner"
>> or whatever. Other events would become a better visibility, like
>> Apache CON or a retreat
> I think this would be really good. However, I don't think we need to dictate
> where projects keep their calendar stuff. The starting point is for projects
> to select a solution that suits them and make us aware of an iCAL feed.
> ComDev can then create a calendar that imports these various feeds. Moving
> forwards we might provide a funky front end that allows feeds of certain
> types to be aggregated into a personal feed - but lets not get ahead of
> ourselves ;-)

Yes, sounds better.
Finally we "simply" would need an iCAL feed aggregator maybe similar
Is the code for planet somehow extensible for this task? Might be a start


> So who is going to create the comdev feed and add Grants Lucene feed as a
> first one. I know ComDev have discussed having a calendar of events in the
> past, if we provide some visibility for it maybe we can actually make it
> worthwhile.
> Ross
>> Christian
>> On Fri, May 20, 2011 at 12:44 PM, Grant Ingersoll<>
>>  wrote:
>>> I'm curious, do any projects have shared calendars?  For instance, the
>>> thought occurred to me that I might put up a Google Calendar for Lucene or
>>> Mahout that is public read-only, but committers have write control on it.
>>>  On the calendar, we could put things like potential release dates,
>>> reminders for PMC actions (such as review potential committers or do board
>>> reports).  Community members could submit "patches" for community related
>>> events such as conferences, meetups, hackathons, etc.
>>> -Grant
> --
> @rgardler


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