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Note that development of kaliko is currently paused. We are evaluating a new concept. Stay tuned!
Welcome to the kaliko wiki!
| kaliko is a webservice-based scheduling framework. It will be available for lots of different client platforms.
Why another calendar system?
There are lots of software-based calendar systems out there, nowadays. So you might ask, why we started developing a new one.
Some points constrast kaliko with existing calendars:
- Open Source
Kaliko is and will be completely open source software, published under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2.
Unlike most other open source calendar projects, kaliko is actively developed and supported by a company.
- Standard Compliant
Kaliko is based on open standards like iCalendar and XML. This increases interoperability with other systems and guarantees future compatibility.
- Webservice Based
Kaliko fits perfectly into your existing SOA-infrastructure and strengthens the modularity and interchangeability of your IT.
- Platform Independent but Integrated
Kaliko is written in Java and is therefore extremely platform-independent. Integrations for Desktop-environments like Windows, Mac OS X, KDE or Gnome and serveral mobile-platforms like J2ME, OpenMoko or Maemo will give you easy and unlimited access to your calendar-data from practically anywhere. A generic webinterface and a Webstart-Client complete the possibilities.
- Integrated Resource Management
Kaliko can be linked with your existing resource-management-solutions to share resources and optimize your business.
Kaliko is not only intuitive and fast to use but also easy to setup. No hassles to install and configure - just start off!
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