on Wed, May 29, 2002, Ian D. Stewart (email@example.com) wrote: > On 2002.05.20 14:09 stan wrote: > >Can anyone recomend a nice time schedulign software application that's > >in > >Debain Woody's archive? A Gnome interface would be a plus. > > I know I'm coming into this thread somewhat late. I'm surprised no one > has recommended Gnome-PIM. It includes a Calendar app (GnomeCal, or > some such) with day, week and month views, as well as a basic ToDo. > And, of course, it is integrated with Gnome. The issue with calendaring seems to be less finding single-user calendar software (there's scads for GNU/Linux), but finding a way to distribute calendar information among users -- department and project orientations being most useful. This is where I see peer-level sharing as the real issue. It's not a question of finding some place to write your own appointments (hell, I use 'calendar', to email myself reminders), but to share this data with other users. None of the many pages I've read on this topic gives details on how peer-based calendaring can be shared effectively in an organization. This might be a good topic for a writeup from anyone who's done something similar. Peace. -- Karsten M. Self <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://kmself.home.netcom.com/ What Part of "Gestalt" don't you understand? If a vegetarian eats vegetables, what does a humanitarian eat?
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