So I’ve been using this for a few days now — and I’m loving it. A calendaring system that deals coherently with the web:
- good RSS integration
- publishing calendars, easily, via HTTP
- subscribing to third-party calendars via HTTP
- a URL API, allowing third-party sites and user scripts to add events to your calendar
I keep finding little things that make perfect sense, and just feel more logical than what I’ve used elsewhere. This rocks!
One thing still needs work, though: the links to Mapping fail spectacularly, for non-US addresses at least. But that’s pretty minor.
By the way, I have a feeling that Mac.com had parts of this, but really, you had to drink a lot of Apple kool-aid to use that, and I just didn’t go for that. Sorry Jobs fans.
Do you know what would be cool now? If Upcoming.org published venue/location-specific iCal feeds. Oh look, they do! Awesome…7 Comments