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  • by srl (1448) <srl DIE cpan SPAM org> on 2001.07.31 9:54 (#1388)
    Thanks DrBacchus. :)

    To elaborate further on DrBacchus's comments above: Reefknot [] is a project to build tools for standards-compatible shared calendaring in Perl. Clients, servers, standalone gadgets, whatever--- we're building tools to do all of these things. The standard we're using is iCalendar, RFC2445, which is the same common protocol used by Evolution, MS Exchange, Lotus, and iPlanet Calendar Server. Join the reefknot-devel mailing list (linked from the Reefknot homepage) if you want to find out more.

    You probably want to check out the Net::ICal module from CPAN--- we released version 0.14 last week, which is a developer's alpha release.