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Thu, 6 Dec 2012
[ 19:27:45 adamw ] Original commit   Revision:308396
baikal www  Deleted Deprecated Expired files touched by this commit Lightweight CalDAV/CardDAV server
head/www/Makefile
Add www/baikal, a great lightweight CalDAV/CardDAV server.

Baikal is a lightweight CalDAV and CardDAV server. It is
compatible with the calendar and contacts apps from Apple's
iOS and OS X, Android, Evolution, Mozilla Thunderbird, and
any other CalDAV/CardDAV capable application. Baikal supports
authentication with multiple users and calendars, and comes
with a spiffy web-based administration interface.

Baikal does not start a daemon or open any ports. It must
run at the root of a VirtualHost or subdomain. See the included
sample Apache and Nginx configurations, and INSTALL.md for all
the gory details.

WWW: http://baikal.codr.fr/

Feature safe:	yes

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 2

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