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== Specifications ==
 
== Specifications ==
 
=== Requirements ===
 
=== Requirements ===
* Publicly editable.
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* Publicly editable
* Anonymously editable.
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* Anonymously editable
* Publicly linkable.
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* Revert edits
* Has the usual variety of calendar layouts (day, week, month, list).
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* Publicly linkable
* The usual calendar capabilities (description field, repeating events).
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* Has the usual variety of calendar layouts (day, week, month, list)
* iCal output.
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* Events have a time, duration, description, recurrence, location
* Some sort of feed which can auto-update the wiki homepage.
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* Exports to iCalendar (RFC 5545)
* Probably free.
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* Widget on the wiki homepage
* Hosted locally(ish).
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* Free, as in free speech and free beer
* If anonymous edits are allowed, there needs to be a mechanism for rolling back malicious edits.
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* Hosted locally
  
 
=== Bonus points ===
 
=== Bonus points ===

Revision as of 17:11, 23 January 2010

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NoisyCalendar

This page describes the specifications and implementation of a NoisyCalendar, a calendaring solution that adheres to Noisebridge's practices and principles.

Folks

Specifications

Requirements

  • Publicly editable
  • Anonymously editable
  • Revert edits
  • Publicly linkable
  • Has the usual variety of calendar layouts (day, week, month, list)
  • Events have a time, duration, description, recurrence, location
  • Exports to iCalendar (RFC 5545)
  • Widget on the wiki homepage
  • Free, as in free speech and free beer
  • Hosted locally

Bonus points

  • Can use wiki logins or some other kind of identification in addition to anonymous
  • Events have a field for which room/area of NB
  • Calendars show which room/area of NB
  • open source or some other moral superiority
  • easy publishing to email (for nb-announce, for instance)
  • misc bells and whistles
  • RSS feed
  • Some kind of reputation system, likely usernames. Edits can be associated with usernames.
  • Tagging/Categorizing of events are useful so as to group similar events. There's a lot going on at NB! IE: "5MoF", "Conlang", "Not Happening on a Regular Basis", "Reoccuring"

Implementation

We are still at the brainstorming phase

Meetings

20100123 1500

TBD--literally.

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