Yesterday afternoon the Westwood Advisory Council, the CSG group that works closely with OSAF on development of Chandler for higher education, met.
Mitch Kapor and Katie Parlante laid out the current status of Chandler work and the plans for moving forward. Katie’s slides are here.
One of the important themes was the emergence of the OSAF work as being about a whole ecology of related projects, including Chandler (the desktop PIM client), Cosmo (the *DAV server for PIM data), Scooby (the web PIM client), and others, including work on clients for mobile devices.
OSAF is very interested in fostering community work on Chandler and related projects, and we talked a bit about how to encourage people within higher ed institutions to participate. If anyone is interested in finding out more on how to take part, drop me a note.