iCalendar Object Examples in RDF using an approximation of Jonas Liljegren's SKICal in RDF

libby.miller@bristol.ac.uk 2001-06-15

the main iCalendar in RDF page

  1. The following example specifies a three-day conference that begins at 8:00 AM EDT, September 18, 1996 and end at 6:00 PM EDT, September 20, 1996.
    Example 1 [gif]
  2. The following example specifies a group scheduled meeting that begin at 8:30 AM EST on March 12, 1998 and end at 9:30 AM EST on March 12, 1998. The "Organizer" has scheduled the meeting with one or more calendar users in a group. A time zone specification for Eastern United States has been specified.
    Example 2 [gif]
  3. The following is an example of an iCalendar object passed in a MIME message with a single body part consisting of a "text/calendar" Content Type.
    Example 3 [gif]
  4. The following is an example of a to-do due on April 15, 1998. An audio alarm has been specified to remind the calendar user at noon, the day before the to-do is expected to be completed and repeat hourly, four additional times. The to-do definition has been modified twice since it was initially created.
    Example 4 [gif]
  5. The following is an example of a journal entry.
    Example 5 [gif]
  6. The following is an example of published busy time information. The iCalendar object might be placed in the network resource www.host.com/calendar/busytime/jsmith.ifb.
    Example 6 [gif]

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