From Findley Designs:
iCal FTP will allow you to publish your iCal calendars to your own web site via FTP. Unlike the publishing built into iCal it does not require that your server be a WebDAV server.
What's new in this version:
Fixes a serious bug that would upload 0k files on most systems. Everyone who struggled with v1.0 please forgive me.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I have to agree with curious. I was hoping to use this in conjunction with PHPiCalendar. My main hope was that iCal FTP would provide a feature to schedule automatic uploads of my .ics files. Alas, it does not.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. All this app does id upload the iCal.ics file to your sebserver. I mean, all this is a basic FTP client that only uploads one or two files. It dosent change it to a type of format that a web browser can read. Users will have to re-download the file, re-name it, and load it into their iCal app.
This is just a very basic FTP client. Nothing more. It works as it should, so if thats all you need it for, great. Otherwise, this app just seems pointless to me.