Re: Recommend good notes/calendar plugin/client/suites ?
Thanks for info!
After a round of search in the package list, I got "gdeskcal" and
"xfce4-notes-plugin" to manage my schedules.
"gdeskcal" is configurable and the event can be shown when mouse is
moved over the specified date.
"orage" is good, but seems it has to double click the date entry to view
One more questions, I found one package named
"opensync-plugin-google-calendar", as the name says, how to take use of
this plugin to work with Google Calendar?
Michael Yang wrote:
I'm on the lenny/sid, with xfce4 desktop.
I'd like have some useful plugins for my desktop, to write sticky
notes, to schedule calendar events and TODO tasks. It could be
always displayed on the screen and better to have option of auto-hide.
What are you recommendations?
If you look through the xfce listings in the aptitude interface, I
seem to remember a sticky notes app.
It's not specifically under xfce, but it's called 'rhinotes'.
Do a search through the Debian package facility.
For the rest, Sunbird does all that.
And 'orage' is an xfce specific calender app.
How hard to you try to search for these?
I almost fell over them.