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Attendees in public documents

From: Gary McGath <callist@mcgath.com>
Date: Sat, 12 Apr 2003 20:57:19 -0400
To: www-rdf-calendar@w3.org
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The iCalendar standard recommends representing an attendee with an email
address.  For public documents, this isn't always desirable, for reasons
everyone knows.  So far in TimeCzar I've been just filling this in as
"x@x.invalid", and putting the attendee's actual name in the "CN"
property.  Is this the best thing to do, or are there other alternatives
that would be more appropriate?

BTW, I'm working on a feature for the next TimeCzar beta which will
allow the site maintainer to expose the entire data file as an iCalendar
document.  I'm hoping this will be useful for people who want to make
calendar data available to Web client applications.  (Sorry, I still
haven't touched CAP support.)

Gary McGath       http://www.mcgath.com/consulting/
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