Calcium project is a Web Calendar application
Calcium project is a Web Calendar application. It will run on nearly any machine with a web server that can run Perl CGI scripts; a web browser is all you need to view, edit, and manage any number of calendars from any network connected computer.
All administration is done with your browser - after installation, there's no need to log in to the web server. Calcium calendars can be used for:
displaying calendars to the public on your web site
scheduling meetings, vacations, or any kind of events
keeping track of employee availability
room or equipment reservations
anything else you can think of!
Calendars are interactive, and can be for personal use, for sharing among users in your office over your intranet, and for use by Internet users around the world.
Here are some key features of "Calcium":
Dynamic Calendar Merging
Calendar Views and Formats
Palm Pilot and Microsoft Outlook Synchronization
Searching and Filtering
Security and Users
Defined Time Periods
Event Editing Restrictions and Validation
Flexible and Powerful Calendar Entries
Dynamic Add-In Files
Headers and Footers
Easy Calendar Navigation
What's New in This Release:
Major new features include support for Custom Fields, Templates, RSS Feeds, and iCalendar publish/subscribe.
There are many other new things and improvements.
Download Calcium 4.0.4
WarLinux 0.5 (by Fred)
WarLinux is a linux distribution for Wardrivers.
It is available on disk and bootable CD
WebCal 3.04 (by Michael Arndt)
WebCal is a browser-based calendar program to help you keep track of your appointments, meetings, birthdays, etc
pal 0.3.4 (by Scott Kuhl)
pal is a command-line calendar program for Unix/Linux systems that can keep track of events
Other software in this category
jEdit 4.3 pre8
jEdit is an Open Source text editor written in Java
Surf the Internet in a safer, faster, and easier way with Opera browser
GNU Aspell 0.60.4
GNU Aspell is a Free and Open Source spell checker designed to eventually replace Ispell