The Bedework Enterprise Calendar System

A session at Open Apereo 2013 Conference (Jasig & Sakai)

Monday 3rd June, 2013

4:45pm to 5:30pm (PST)

Bedework is an open-source, standards-compliant calendar system that supports public, personal, and group calendaring. Since its first release in 2006, Bedework has been adopted by numerous public and private organizations both large and small. A core mission of Bedework is interoperability between calendar systems, clients, and devices. Bedework consists of a core calendaring engine, CalDAV server, CardDAV server, synchronization engine and a Timezone server. It comes with web clients for public events and public events administration, personal calendaring, public event submission, event registration, a client to build data feeds and widgets, and supports web services (SOAP and REST). Bedework 3.9 introduces many new features: interoperable calendar sharing; a simple subscription system for public events; an event registration system; management of theme resources for public events; image uploads for public events; Solr driven public events listings and paging; enhancements to data feeds and event widgets. This talk will demonstrate Bedework's latest features and plans for development, touching on the progress of calendaring standards along the way.

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Arlen Johnson

Senior Web Producer

Arlen Johnson is a Senior Web Producer for Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He develops and supports enterprise web applications with emphasis on user interface design. He is the primary UI developer for Bedework, and sits on the Bedework Steering Committee.

5 attendees

  • Arlen Johnson
  • Jim Helwig
  • Nagai Takayuki
  • Omer Piperdi
  • John A. Lewis

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Time 4:45pm5:30pm PST

Date Mon 3rd June 2013


Pearl, The Westin San Diego

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