Project-Based Calendaring System (PBCS) is an open source Web-based calendaring system, designed to be a useful tool for project managers or project planners. It allows users to have appointments of multiple people in one overview, making it easy to plan appointments for projects in the future. There are special overviews to see all appointments at once for a week or a month. There is also a section to add notes or reminders.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content Office/Business Scheduling|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: HTML 4.01 validity was improved, fixing problems with the User Picker and the User&Group manager. A Portuguese translation was added. The installer was greatly improved, so it should install better, configure better, and there should be no blank screens after you log in. PBCS should now cleanly install on Microsoft Windows using Apache and PHP5.
Release Notes: The admin password has been fixed; an incorrectly encrypted password was shipped in 0.7.0. This release installs with 'register_globals off' and on PHP5. The new installation wizard also works with Internet Explorer.
Release Notes: This release contains a new user and group management system using a new permission system. Clicking on the overview will redirect you to the appointment form. Clicking on an appointment will let you edit it. A new modular authentication system has been introduced, which can be extended easily. Appointments now have location support and appointment protection to restrict people from removing appointments for others, unless you are the creator. A new XML sync library and client side PHP sync scripts for Palm PDAs enable remote syncing in an easier way. PBCS now works with register globals off.
Release Notes: Two additional languages are included. The layout was much improved in the appointment overviews. Security was improved. Support was added for Standard Time representation, Palm PDA, and G-Mate Yopy sync facillities, and notes spanning time to indicate "FREE" time. Overviews have been optimized for faster loading. An upgrade from 0.6.x to this version should be seamless.