Projects / RDVz


RDVz is a Web application for setting conveniences for meeting appointments between several persons. RDVz uses a poll system: each invited user votes for one of the dates suggested by the meeting organizer. The poll organizer chooses possible dates, creates the poll, and sends the poll's URL to the participants. The organizer can export poll results in a CSV file. Anonymous access, MySQL, LDAP, and SSO (CAS) authentication methods are available.


Recent releases

  •  16 Jun 2010 13:14

    Release Notes: RdvZ has been completely revamped and is now written with the Symfony PHP framework. A lot of changes were made to the user interface for ergonomy. Bugs were fixed. New features are also available, such as internationalization, meeting bookmarking, LDAP-only authentication, an installer, and the ability to import data from RdvZ 1.x.

    •  01 Jul 2008 12:49

      Release Notes: Improved management of included PEAR libraries, bugfixes, and design improvements.

      •  25 Jun 2008 11:34

        Release Notes: Mail notifications are given when a vote is done. A list of users to ask for voting when creating can be filled. The vote "free if available" can be disabled by the poll's owner. A lot of bugs were fixed.

        •  10 Apr 2008 14:55

          Release Notes: CSV export was fixed. Authentication configuration was improved. Documentation about each authentication method was improved. Some design improvements were made.


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