CalendarX - A Plone Calendar
A customizable web calendar with event categories (metacalendar), and CMS features.
CalendarX is a calendar application for
Plone (http://plone.org) sites, and can be skinned to use as a standalone
calendar or for integration with other (non-Plone) websites. It requires the Plone
CMS as a platform. We maintain a stable branch (bugfixes only) and a development
branch (kept as nearly bugfree as possible), with tarball source releases and a
CVS repository on Sourceforge.
These Sourceforge CalendarX pages detail the release documentation for both the current stable and
development releases of CalendarX, and is updated with each release. There are also
links to other important website resources for CalendarX listed below, including the
CalendarX-users listserv, where community support is freely offered.
- 0.6.6(stable) 2006-01-03
is the most current Stable tarball release.
- 0.5.3(dev) 2005-03-26
is the most current Development tarball release.
- CalendarX-0.6 is the current stable branch, includes i18n features (11 translations)
- CalendarX-0.5 is a semi-current development branch
- CalendarX-0.4.15(stable) was the third stable branch, first made stable on January 1 2005.
- CalendarX-0.2.13(stable) was the second stable release on August 29 2004.
- CalendarX-0.1.8(stable) was the first stable release on June 13 2004.
- STABLE! CalendarX Current Stable Branch Release Notes.
Includes MANUAL (PDF), and all release notes. http://calendarx.sourceforge.net/stable
- DEV!!! CalendarX Current Development Branch Release Notes.
Includes all release notes. http://calendarx.sourceforge.net/dev
- Download files for
CalendarX at sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/calendarx
- CalendarX.org home page, with a Live
Demo Calendar, Issue Tracker (for both Bugs and Suggestions) along with some
HowTo documents, and maybe a forum coming soon:
- CalendarX-users listserv home Sign up for the listserv for community support, or browse the listserv archives.
Shameless Plug Department:
- CalendarX will soon (~2007) become a premier standalone, open source, web calendar application
for higher education and enterprise calendaring, and maybe even for personal calendaring.
- CalendarX pledges to provide solid, capable releases with rapid release cycles for critical
(and non-critical) bugfixes.
- Python/Zope/Plone base provides a powerful, stable, scalable CMS for CalendarX.
- CalendarX will soon release an experimental version with no outside dependencies, that is
capable of being integrated with any CMS, any event database, or running on any desktop platform
choice of GPL or other license varieties.
- Kinda pretty, fairly easy to make prettier (lotsa CSS).
- Fun happy people use CalendarX.
- CMS integration provides group and subcalendar features, and powerful capabilities
for allowing and restricting access to events.
- Small and well-documented code base provides rapid and extensive customizability.
- Everything else you could want (like recurring events, iCal read/write, Outlook and Palm and
smartphone integration, and a few secret features) are all in the works and will be available.
- Fun happy people are developing with CalendarX.
- Lupa wants this to happen.
- Documentation is pretty good and getting better.
- Fun happy people always get what they want.
lupa (at) zurven (dot) com