Re: Calendar/scheduling softwae fro debain?
I strongly recommend the calendar that comes with Emacs (calendar.el):
1) its almost certainly already on your system.
2) its very versatile
3) it stores you appointments in text files
4) since Emacs is cross-platform for almost everything, it can be used
anywhere on virtually every machine.
The only real disadvantage is that it isn't very graphical by default
but there are ways to generate graphical files with you appointments
in a variety of formats.
Karsten M. Self writes:
> on Mon, May 20, 2002, stan (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > Can anyone recomend a nice time schedulign software application that's in
> > Debain Woody's archive? A Gnome interface would be a plus.
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