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  • billygoto
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    iCalendar Update: 1hour tent shift.

    My iCalendar file now incorporates the 1hour tent shift for Friday.
    If you're subscribed to the URL, refresh it.

    schedule data.

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  • KeLviN
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    awesome. just what i was looking for.

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  • dYn4mic
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    Originally posted by billygoto
    In cooperation with DC mgmt, Defcon 13's Schedule Data has been
    lovingly snarfed, distilled, and re-rendered into new and useful formats.
    Available for Palm Desktop, iCal, Outlook, or raw XML. This is unofficial,
    and the data is provided in the hope that it will be useful.

    schedule data.

    It took a lot of work to get this data imported from the defcon HTML,
    with the original intent of streamlining the schedule update process.
    Well, there just wasn't time to change over to the new workflow, but
    the raw data DOES exist and should be useful to you if you have a PDA
    or a laptop with you at the con. If you're producing any applications which
    can use the raw XML data, let me know if I can help.

    Cheers all...
    Cool, thanks, and good idea...
    Anyone have good ideas for open source calender apps? Seems like sunbird is taking a backseat. Evolutions calender is alright... but compared to outlook, its quite lacking...
    I've thought about just setting up one of those web baised ones with .htaccess or something, that would be cool because I could get at it from anywhere and update my calendar.
    What does everyone else use for calendar apps on *nix?

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  • billygoto
    started a topic DC13 Schedule Data For YOUR Calendar App

    DC13 Schedule Data For YOUR Calendar App

    In cooperation with DC mgmt, Defcon 13's Schedule Data has been
    lovingly snarfed, distilled, and re-rendered into new and useful formats.
    Available for Palm Desktop, iCal, Outlook, or raw XML. This is unofficial,
    and the data is provided in the hope that it will be useful.

    schedule data.

    It took a lot of work to get this data imported from the defcon HTML,
    with the original intent of streamlining the schedule update process.
    Well, there just wasn't time to change over to the new workflow, but
    the raw data DOES exist and should be useful to you if you have a PDA
    or a laptop with you at the con. If you're producing any applications which
    can use the raw XML data, let me know if I can help.

    Cheers all...
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