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The Calendar Weblog
is a weblog about the latest developments in the Calendar/Sunbird/Lightning
codebase and other community-related news.
The Calendar wiki
contains developer-oriented and user-oriented documentation.
Sunbird - Portable Edition is a solution for running Sunbird from a
USB key or other portable drive. It should work from any removable
media drive (USB thumbdrive, external hard drive, CDRW in packet mode, etc).
SunTray is a little app
that minimizes the Sunbird, and Calendar programs to tray.
Minimize to tray does the
same for windows as does Kdocker
iCalShare "is the largest
directory of shareable calendars on the web." which you can subscribe to.
icalx.com gives the Internet
community an easy way to publish their calendars using the built-in
"Publish to a web server" mechanism.
Library is Apple's library of .ics files which you can subscribe to.
The German mail provider GMX provides a free
ICS via WebDAV service for all its users. The service is available at
organizer.gmx.net. You will need
your customer number and your GMX password to login.
is a tool for Microsoft Windows to export data from Microsoft Outlook
as a vCalendar file which can be imported.
contains a converter, which allows to convert .csv files, which are used by
Yahoo! and other providers, to .ics files,
which can easily be imported into Sunbird or Lightning.
OpenGroupware.org is a leading
open source groupware server. See
FAQ on how it interacts with Calendar.
"allows you to store appointments, contacts, tasks, emails, bookmarks,
documents and many more elements and share them with other users."
WebCalendar is a
PHP-based calendar application that can be configured as a single-user
calendar, a multi-user calendar for groups of users, or as an event
calendar viewable by visitors. MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, DB2, Interbase
or ODBC is required.
behind Sunbird's Logo and how it
into its current form.