Re: Recommend good notes/calendar plugin/client/suites ?
On Sat, 01 Dec 2007 23:38:34 +0800
Michael Yang <email@example.com> wrote:
> 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
> the event.
> 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?
you need opensync and then you can setup opensync to sync against it. It is a
framework to sync a bunch of calendar/todo/contact programs (mostly useful to
sync against palms/phones)
> David wrote:
> > David wrote:
> >> Michael Yang wrote:
> >>> Hi All:
> >>> 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.
> >> Regards,
> >> David.