Using Chandler With Cosmo
Chandler allows you to share its collections of arbitrary, mixed content to Cosmo. The resulting server collections can be accessed using both WebDAV and CalDAV.
Entering Your Account Information
- Choose Accounts... from the File menu.
- From the list of Accounts: on the left, Select Chandler Hub Sharing if you want to share using OSAF's free sharing service, Chandler Hub. Otherwise, select Chandler Server Sharing to share to some other instance of Chandler Server, or select WebDAV Sharing to share to a WebDAV server.
- Fill in your Account information on the right if you already have an account OR
- If you are using Chandler Hub and don't already have an account Click Sign up for an account on the bottom right
- You will be automatically taken to the Chandler Hub account sign-up page
- Once you have have an account, fill in the account information
- Remember to fill in the Path: field with /home/_your username_
- Click Test this account to make sure it works
- Click Okay
Sharing Your Collection
- Select the collection you would like to publish in the sidebar
- Choose Share "collection name" from the Collection menu
- Make sure the Sharing account: pulldown corresponds to the name of the Sharing account you just created in the Accounts... dialog
- Click Share
Inviting Others to Share
You will be provided 2 URLs that you can email to others(*)
- One for granting read-only access
- A second for granting read-write access
- (*) Apple iCal subscribers will need to drop the first s from the read-only URL http[s]:// in order for the URL to work.
You can always access these URLs in the future by:
- Selecting the shared collection you want the URLs for
- Choosing Copy URLs to Clipboard from the _Collection menu
Subscribing to a Shared Collection
- Choose Subscribe from the Collection menu
- Enter the URL of the collection you are subscribing to (*)
- Click Subscribe
(*) You can always access this URL again by selecting the shared collection and choosing Copy URL(s) to Clipboard
from the Collection