kbannister Absent Member.
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Interactive Calendar Suggestion

Does anyone know of an Open Source (Free) application I could use for an interactive calender on my website.

I have to organize some family functions and would like to grant all family members access to this calendar. So ......... and a very big so .... they can inform me of their comings and goings.

Thanks!
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Re: Interactive Calendar Suggestion

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I use Google Calendar for this, though that isn't open source (but it is
free).

Good luck.





On 08/20/2010 06:36 AM, kbannister wrote:
>
> Does anyone know of an Open Source (Free) application I could use for an
> interactive calender on my website.
>
> I have to organize some family functions and would like to grant all
> family members access to this calendar. So ......... and a very big so
> ... they can inform me of their comings and goings.
>
> Thanks!
>
>

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kbannister Absent Member.
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Re: Interactive Calendar Suggestion

Just perfect - I think I was trying to make this too difficult! Google Calendar will work!! Thanks ab

ab@novell.com;2013191 wrote:
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I use Google Calendar for this, though that isn't open source (but it is
free).

Good luck.





On 08/20/2010 06:36 AM, kbannister wrote:
>
> Does anyone know of an Open Source (Free) application I could use for an
> interactive calender on my website.
>
> I have to organize some family functions and would like to grant all
> family members access to this calendar. So ......... and a very big so
> ... they can inform me of their comings and goings.
>
> Thanks!
>
>
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