[lug] Change of talk
gsexton at mhsoftware.com
Tue May 7 17:50:02 MDT 2002
I would be happy to do a demonstration. We just released a web-calendaring
package called "Connect Daily". The software is proprietary, but it's pretty
cool, and runs on Linux. The calendaring software is designed for web-
publishing of calendars and schedules. It's well suited for municipalities,
schools, churches, etc.
The two things that really set this package apart from others is:
1) Outstanding recurring event handling, including exceptions.
2) Resource Management, including Gantt charts, approvals, and conflict
We could do a quick demo in 10 minutes or so, or a complete demo in up to 1/2
hour. About all we need to demo it is an Internet connection. If that's really
a problem, I could bring a machine with me that has it installed.
If you want to take a look at it, you can visit:
Quoting Chris Riddoch <socket at peakpeak.com>:
> Hi, everyone.
> Our speakers for Thursday are going to have to reschedule, since it
> seems like most of the interest is in licensing issues - the license
> specialist could give a talk in August, but can't come this Thursday.
> So, because it's so close to the meeting date, I'm proposing that we
> do a bunch of 10-minute demos. If you've been scheduled for a demo in
> the coming months and would like to do it sooner, let me know. If
> you've got a program you'd like to show off, I'd like to hear from
> you! This seems easier than asking someone to throw together a full
> talk in two days...
> Sorry for the last-minuteness of this.
> Chris Riddoch | epistemological
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