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Editable Share {i}Calendar

How about a shared calendar that iCal can subscribe to, and all users whatever their operating system can add items to from a Web interface ?

Sounds groovy, no ? Okay, iCal can only view it, but it can come in handy.

The actual calendar is stored in a MySQL database, and the actual iCal is dynamically generated on the fly. This solution requires access to a web server, PHP and MySQL.

Check out Joel Rennich's article on afp548 for full instruction details. I'll let you know later how I got on..

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