Re: [Evolution-hackers] Calendar Publishing Bounty Questions

On Tue, 2004-04-20 at 13:15 -0600, Gary Ekker wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-04-20 at 09:50 -0400, Dan Winship wrote:
> > On Tue, 2004-04-20 at 00:56 +0200, Rodrigo Moya wrote:
> > > On Sat, 2004-03-06 at 08:05 -0700, Gary Ekker wrote:
> > > > So the question is, do we require the ability to publish an HTML file to
> > > > any given URI, or should we just support the phpicalendar interface for
> > > > this functionality? If we want to support publishing an HTML file
> > > > natively, does anyone know a simple way to convert ical to HTML?
> > > > 
> > > I think we should publish the .ics file as it is. That would cover more
> > > setups than relying on phpicalendar.
> > 
> > There are two different use cases here: publishing an ics file for other
> > programs to use, and publishing an HTML calendar for people to use. The
> > phpicalendar solution lets you have both, but there may be people who
> > want to publish an HTML calendar but don't have a server running PHP.
> > 
> So does anyone have any recommendations for publishing an html formatted
> calendar? Do I just hack something up using gtkhtml? Seems like that
> could be fairly labor intensive. Any other ideas? Do we just make PHP or
> some other ics to html converter be required for this?
gtkhtml is for viewing HTML, what you need here is to generate HTML to
upload it to a server. I don't know of any html-generation API, so I
guess you'll have to do it "by hand" (writing the HTML code directly).
Maybe we can do it via CSS or something similar.


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