[CalendarServer-dev] Web Developer
Doug.Reid at haafconsulting.com
Tue Nov 27 06:58:54 PST 2018
Marc and Dre,
I will review the several PRs you noted this week. I used RedHat linux when I worked semiconductor design. I can easily build a centOS 6.9 or 7.5 server on the cloud service I use (Digital Ocean). Linux is odd with the number of distribution but for most part they interchangeable once they are setup.
Single shared calendar for organization/event
Projects will not have individual users (calendar for one organization)
mostly controlled on the backend of a web interface
- Ability to filter shared calendars based on keywords (Leagues for Schools)
Swimming vs Basketball
Baseball vs Track and Field
Simpler answer: have distinct calendar for each sport
- Currently the leagues for my high school and middle school kids do not even offer a calendar
They switched to an app
I see this as backwards, prefer to see everything in one place
- What is the expected timeframe to complete the move to python3.x?
Implementation of a calendar services can wait for now.
- Is there any plans to look at swift instead of python?
I am implementing my php classes in swift for web development. I think when I get past the learning curve it will be much better than php.
HaaF Consulting, LLC
Doug.Reid at haafconsulting.com
> On Nov 27, 2018, at 3:35 AM, Marc Roos <M.Roos at f1-outsourcing.eu> wrote:
>> while ruminating on the fact that this project uses Python 2.7, the
> support lifetime
>> <https://pythonclock.org> for which ends in just over one year.
> And luckily you can use redhat7 or centos7, that has python 2.7 and will
> backport anything serious until their eol
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andre LaBranche [mailto:dre at apple.com]
> Sent: 27 November 2018 03:00
> To: Doug Reid
> Cc: calendarserver-dev at lists.macosforge.org
> Subject: Re: [CalendarServer-dev] Web Developer
> Probably the closest thing to setup documentation that exists for
> CalendarServer are the Docker integrations contributed in PRs 513
> <https://github.com/apple/ccs-calendarserver/pull/513> and 489
> <https://github.com/apple/ccs-calendarserver/pull/489> (neither are merged so far; see following paragraph):
> Depending on the scope and nature of your new projects, I would advise
> somewhere between "some caution" and "an abundance of caution" as you
> consider whether to use CalendarServer. On the plus side, the test
> coverage is good (both unit tests and integration tests) and the
> existing features are pretty stable. On the not-as-plus side, have a
> look at the code frequency graph
> <https://github.com/apple/ccs-calendarserver/graphs/code-frequency> while ruminating on the fact that this project uses Python 2.7, the support lifetime <https://pythonclock.org>
> for which ends in just over one year. The bulk of the dependent modules
> (i.e. Twisted) are safe on 3 at this point, however an unknown amount of
> work remains to get CalendarServer safe for 3. Someone gave this a quick
> shot which is detailed in this PR:
> https://github.com/apple/ccs-calendarserver/pull/501 - I don't know if
> this produces a functional service, but I do know that the tests don't
> A slightly expanded version of this information:
> On Nov 18, 2018, at 3:54 PM, Doug Reid
> <Doug.Reid at haafconsulting.com> wrote:
> I am interested in creating a calendar and contact server to use in
> several new projects. It would allow me make a better options then
> existing sites. The problem I face is a good set of documentation on
> how to get it setup and running. Development platform for my projects
> will be Ubuntu linux of at least 14.04LTS or 16.04LTS. I am willing to
> document precisely how to do it if I can find a better starting point.
> The current documentation is basic and seemingly missing some
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Doug Reid
> HaaF Consulting, LLC
> Computer Consulting
> Winfield, KS
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