I think the current wiki calendaring solutions try to do too much. The most simple (and in combination with calendaring apps like korganizer a very nice one, too!) solution would probably be to have one calendar entry per line:
- Mondays work all day
- Mondays 13:00 lunch
- Mondays 1300 5m have fast lunch
- 23-27.02.2006 holidays
The time definitions should be as intuitive as possible and the descriptions should start with a word that does not make sense if combined with the time description.
Then, let the calendar apps access that Wiki page via "PageName.ics" or something like that.
If you don't want us to DeleteThisPage, it will have to get much more concrete and worked out.
- Maybe what you really want is either a parser or an action.
Yes. It should work if I adopt from action=raw and use http://codespeak.net/icalendar/, an ICS module for python and licensed under the GPL.
Improving Moin's calendar & contact integration is very interesting -
A paper on automatic extraction of calendar information using natural language processing - http://www-nlp.stanford.edu/courses/cs224n/2004/jblack-final-report.pdf
A very sexy web calendar interface - http://www.monket.net/wiki/monket-calendar/
-- JackBates 2006-03-16 20:18:26