[Melbourne-pm] (paid) Assistance required for Google calendar hack

matt.cameron at websiteplus.com.au matt.cameron at websiteplus.com.au
Sun Aug 16 19:46:22 PDT 2009

Hopefully not stating obvious but combination of iCal::Parser and Net::Google::Calendar would appear to enable requirement.

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From: melbourne-pm-bounces+matt.cameron=websiteplus.com.au at pm.org [mailto:melbourne-pm-bounces+matt.cameron=websiteplus.com.au at pm.org] On Behalf Of Daniel Pittman
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Subject: Re: [Melbourne-pm] (paid) Assistance required for Google calendar hack

Nathan Bailey <Nathan.Bailey at its.monash.edu> writes:

> That would be pull, but I need push! :-)

Why?  (Yes, this /is/ a serious question.)

> Although you've raised a good point - if google calendar can be mounted as a
> file system (like gmail can), perhaps I can just cp it across :-)

I understand that CalDAV, which is built on top of WebDAV, is available for
Google calendars.  Given the degenerate implementation is 'PUT ...', here is a
reasonable (and Perl) push implementation for you:

  ] < /path/to/example.ics lwp-request -m PUT http://example.com/target.ics

Substituting the appropriate URL is left as an exercise to the reader.

You may send the cheque by way of my agent.


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