jeanmichel at sequans.com
Sun Feb 7 02:36:34 CET 2010
Michael Torrie wrote:
> Gabriel wrote:
>> On Fri, Feb 5, 2010 at 9:08 PM, William Gaggioli <wgaggioli at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I'm working on setting up some software for a Peruvian non-profit to help
>>> them organize their incoming volunteers. One of the features I'd like to add
>>> is a calendar-like view of the different volunteers arrival dates and
>>> staying time, with potentially some other info through some double-click
>>> action. Rather than writing a calendar gui myself, is there some open-source
>>> calendar program you guys could recommend that I could plug into? It has to
>>> be run locally, as the internet isn't so reliable down here, but other than
>>> that something simple and clean is ideal.
>> I wrote a gtk gui for google calendar.
>> Maybe you can adapt it to your needs.
> Would this work without an internet connection? The original poster
> stated that internet isn't so reliable, hence the need for a local solution.
How about zimbra ?
Ok, that's heavy stuff, but it's free, open source and widely used.
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