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|It would be nice to provide a server to go along with Mozilla's [http://wiki.mozilla.org/index.php/Calendar:Lightning Lightning]||It would be nice to provide a server to go along with Mozilla's [[http://wiki.mozilla.org/index.php/Calendar:Lightning|Lightning]]|
Email: <masonjm AT SPAMFREE apache DOT org>
Get nightly build setup. Instructions for doing this: http://firstname.lastname@example.org/msg11515.html
- Update the maven repository. Bug #30822
See about changing the default web.xml to allow authentication with any role. http://email@example.com/msg07369.html
This is WebDAV related stuff I'd like to see happen. I may work on these as time permits, I'm very happy to talk to anyone about any of these and I'll buy a big cookie for anyone who can cross something off this list.
Configuration Without Restart
This implies a few things:
- Configuration values are accessible somewhere through WebDAV
- The server is controllable through WebDAV. Either by setting values in files or custom HTTP methods.
- An admin client exists.
Workflow in Server
The idea is to allow the server to respond to changes in an item with a predefined set of tasks (a script).
This could be a set of event listeners that tie in with an external workflow engine.
Mozilla WebDAV Client
Initially a Web Folders work-a-like, but I'd like something with ACL editing, DASL searching and property viewing/editing.
The main thing is a drag-n-drop GET/PUT/MOVE/COPY interface, though. Currently my Mozilla clients can't click a link and launch a Web Folders session.
It would be nice to provide a server to go along with Mozilla's Lightning
Simple CalDAV Client
While I'm wishing.
I see this as a big weekness of WebDAV in general. I'll expand on this more later.
Think XML Schema for item properties and Collection contents. Ideally a WebDAV client could interpret the type definition to display a detail view and edit form.
Address Book/User Management
This is a compaining to the CalDAV server. I think LDAP fills this role pretty well, so maybe better LDAP Store (or maybe this isn't necessary).
I was also thinking of a vCard store. I don't know how useful this would be, but something like this is definately needed (to go along with Calendaring).