With Castellum, we want to provide interfaces to other tools. One way we do that is by offereing calendar feeds according to the ICS standard.
However, we also need to protect the personal information of test subjects.
When we implemented the calendar feeds, we were mostly thinking about client software that is installed on the user's device. However, more and more calendar applications sync to some third party cloud, e.g. microsoft exchange. Of course, the personal information of test subjects must never end up there.
So this is a proposal to remove personal information (especially names) from calendar feeds.
I expect the actual impact on everyday work to be minimal. In most cases, users have to go to Castellum anyway. So the calendar entry is mostly there to remind them that there is an appointment.