See also Organising#Calendar for CalDAV
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebDAV - stands for Web Distributed Authoring and Versionin, see RFC 2518
"Linux users can mount WebDAV shares using the davfs2 and the fusedav file system modules which mount them as Coda or FUSE filesystems. KDE has native WebDAV support as part of kio_http. This enables Dolphin, Konqueror, and every other KDE application to interact directly with WebDAV servers. Nautilus also has WebDAV support built in. Many Linux distributions also include the cadaver command-line client interface, which provides an FTP-like command set. The Apache HTTP Server provides WebDAV modules based on both davfs and Apache Subversion (svn)."
- WebDAV Resources - This site is being produced for the WebDAV community as a central resource for documentation, specifications, software, mailing lists, and other useful items.
- Use Linux and WebDAV to Facilitate Online Collaboration - Apache method
- davfs2 provides the ability to access such resources like a typical filesystem, allowing for use by standard applications with no built-in support for WebDAV.
- fusedav is a Linux userspace file system driver for mounting WebDAV shares. It makes use of FUSE as userspace file system API and neon as WebDAV API.
- neon is an HTTP and WebDAV client library, with a C interface
- jsDAV allows you to easily add WebDAV support to a NodeJS application.
- DAV-pocket Lab is a small project team developping WebDAV Server on Google App Engine.
- mod_dav is an Apache module to provide DAV capabilities (RFC 2518) for your Apache web server.