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Is there an open-source web app for viewing .ics calendars?

I have a server running the open source CalDAV server "DAViCal" to share calendars between co-workers. I (the admin) add/delete the calendars and events, but I want to also host a web app that displays a human-readable calendar, so without any configuration my coworkers can visit a web page and see the calendar. So I need a web app that does the following:

  1. Creates a human-readable calendar (like month/week/day view) from an .ics file
  2. Is open-source and able to be hosted on Ubuntu Linux so it's only viewable on my employer's network


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closed as off topic by random Jul 3 '10 at 4:48

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Questions on Webapps are out of scope of SuperUser – Sathya May 14 '10 at 22:04
so serverfault? stackoverflow? – aaron May 16 '10 at 23:49

Try either or google's calendar (it can import ics calendars then you can share it with other people by emailing them an invitation).

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sorry, but I need something open source that I can host (I made clarifications to my comment) – aaron May 16 '10 at 23:50
well, sorry aaron. That's all I know of. Good luck. – Daisetsu May 24 '10 at 21:09

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