mansona at tcd.ie
Fri Apr 17 17:52:56 UTC 2009
I recently added a link to the techbase to a Google Calendar that i had
set up to track the KDE Release Schedule for 4.3 but this was taken down
very soon after. I have been discussing the matter with Tom Albers for a
little bit of time today and he made a very fair point, although it may
be nice to have an ICal that people can include into their Calendar
programs or that we might be able to display in a nice HTML form it
doesn't really make sense that I should be the only one maintaining this
To cut a long story short, we eventually came around to the conclusion
that the way forward might be to develop some sort of framework to host
ICal files and give the release team access to them so that the
maintenance would move to ( the more correct ) community driven style.
So i was hoping to get some discussion going on this one here with you
guys, what do you think the best solution would be to sort this out?
A quick fix, and maybe a good possible solution, might be to just have
any calendars that anyone would like to have be hosted on the SVN and
directly accessible via the HEAD html direct link from websvn. This way
anyone who had access to ( this part of ) the SVN could add release
calendars ( or other calendars ) and maintain them.
I tried to commit the ICal that I created with Google Calendar earlier
on but unfortunately I don't have access to this part of the SVN. Could
someone please apply the attached patch to the folder
kde/home/kde/trunk/www/media so that I can try this as a possible
solution to integrate it into the Techbase.
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