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While I was exchanging emails with regarding publishing in , I thought it might be good to quickly touch on how you can use Windows Calendar to publish your calendars and where you can subscribe to some online calendars.
In the February CTP, Windows Calendar uses "Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning" (aka or ) to publish an file to the Internet. Of course, you also have the option to "Export…" a calendar to an .ICS file and upload it to whereever you want. (Note: In more recent builds, we’ve also added the ability to publish to local network shares, the file system, etc.)
What’s really nice is that WebDAV is a standard () that is already supported by IIS, Apache and even sharepoint websites, which really enables you to be able to share your calendars between a variety of different calendaring applications.
For the more technical crowd, here’s some information on setting up or .
One final technical note: if you’re trying to publish to a WebDAV server with only basic authentication turned enabled, remember that since Windows XP Service Pack 2, . I’m trying to dig up what you need to do to re-enable it in Vista.
With regards to subscribing, Windows Calendar uses a fairly straightforward HTTP request. In Feb CTP, we were using the BITS download service, which caused some issues when downloading from certain websites that don’t put the Content-Length header in their HTTP response. Since then, we’ve moved over to a pure HTTP download, which has been working really well. Windows Calendar is also the default application for handling webcal:\\ URL’s in Vista.
To grab some interesting online calendars, you might want to check out some such as (be warned though, you might run into the Content-Length issue with the Feb CTP).