Mit 28 Sep 2011
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CalConnect, the Calendaring and Scheduling Consortium, is a consortium with 32 organizational members who work toward open standards and interoperability among various calendaring and scheduling systems.
As part of this mission, one of the main services the consortium provides is interoperability testing events and technical conferences – such as CalConnect XXII, October 3-7 in Prague, Czech Republic, which is being hosted by Kerio. At these events, members arrive to test the compatibility with their applications and products amongst each other. These testing events give each member a chance to get feedback in real time.
We caught up with Dave Thewlis, executive director at CalConnect for a short Q&A about the upcoming event, and about the goals of the consortium.