We’ve just added WebDAV / CalDAV calendar publishing support to Calgoo Hub. Outlook 2007, Apple iCal and Sunbird calendar users can now experience a full sharing experience (publish and subscribe) without any plugins. It’s incongruous that the desktop calendars have better standards support than the cloud calendars.
A fork in our product roadmap takes us either to implementing cloud sync/share or work on web display capabilities. Cloud sync/share would allow read/write sync and share between Google Calendar, 30 Boxes and other web calendars that we add support for as well as the desktop calendars we already support. This would mean no desktop plugin required.
Alternatively, we work on a web-based read-only view of user’s Hub calendars. The Hub access controls we already have in place would control who sees what. We would also offer a public free/busy view of a user’s calendar, if desired. This gives our users a web-based view of the calendars they have access to.
So what would you like to see us work on next? Any other requests?
BTW, Yahoo! officially announced (again) its forthcoming calendar API. Let’s get a move on Yahoo!