Net::ICal::Attendee -- represents an attendee or organizer of a meeting
use Net::ICal; $a = new Net::ICal::Attendee('mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org'); $a = new Net::ICal::Attendee('mailto:email@example.com', cn => 'Alice Anders', role => 'REQ-PARTICIPANT');
Net::ICal::Attendee provides an interface to manipulate attendee data in iCalendar (RFC2445) format.
New will take a string and optional key-value pairs. The string is the calender user address of the Attendee (usually a mailto uri).
$a = new Net::ICal::Attendee('mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org'); $a = new Net::ICal::Attendee('mailto:email@example.com', cn => 'Alice Anders', role => 'REQ-PARTICIPANT');
Meaningful hash keys are:
cn - common name - the name most people use for this attendee.
cutype - type of user this attendee represents. Meaningful values are INDIVIDUAL, GROUP, ROOM, RESOURCE, UNKNOWN.
delegated_from - the user who delegated a meeting request to this attendee.
delegated_to - the user who's been delegated to handle meeting requests for this attendee.
dir - a URI that gives a directory entry associated with the user.
partstat - whether this attendee will actually be at a meeting. Meaningful values are NEEDS-ACTION, ACCEPTED, DECLINED, TENTATIVE, DELEGATED, COMPLETED, or IN-PROCESS.
role - how this attendee will participate in a meeting. Meaningful values are REQ-PARTICIPANT, OPT-PARTICIPANT, NON-PARTICIPANT, and CHAIR.
rsvp - should the user send back a response to this request? Valid values are TRUE and FALSE. FALSE is the default.
sent_by - specifies a user who is acting on behalf of this attendee; for example, a secretary for his/her boss, or a parent for his/her 10-year-old.
To understand more about the uses for each of these properties, read the source for this module and and look at RFC2445.
Returns 1 for valid attendee data, undef for invalid.
More documentation pointers can be found in Net::ICal.