Apple’s new ‘MacOSXForge‘ site, home to the newly-released Intel xnu kernel sources (bang goes that conspiracy theory…), Webkit, etc etc, is also hosting their CalDAV server project. On the (Trac-based) wiki, instructions for configuring clients, including the Leopard preview version of iCal, and ‘Apple’s Teams’.
Oh, and anyone recognise the wiki package that’s being bundled with Leopard Server?
4 thoughts on “‘Apple’s Teams’?”
Bastard. How’s this for gratuitous English abuse?
“you can always revert back to a previous ”
Now I have to kill you for spoiling my morning.
Did I write that? I wouldn’t put it past myself…
Oh no; it was on that Apple wiki page that you linked to — so I still blame you.
Updating my own story here; supposedly, the wiki is a new all-Apple thing with a rather fine WYSIWYG editor (mutter mutter sounds like JotSpot mutter), and is a key part of the Teams applications. Which, yes, is a tool to support dispersed group working; the network-aware Address Book we’ve wanted for years, only with the ‘clever’ dial turned up to 11.
Can’t remember sources, but Gruber was one.