Text mode calendars?
Posted Mar 9, 2004 21:18 UTC (Tue) by bkw1a
Parent article: A grumpy editor's calendar search
What about calendar programs for "the console" (i.e., using curses, etc.)?
When choosing an application, I give lots of bonus points to things that
give me the option of looking at my data as text. This allows me to
get to it from remote locations with nothing but an SSH client.
For example, I can use both exmh and pine to read my mail. I can browse
the web (or read html-formatted documents locally) with either mozilla
or lynx. With a little conversion, I can view my spreadsheets with either
scalc or sc. And so on...
I haven't found a nice text mode calendar program, though. Currently
I use the graphical "Corporate Time" program (our university has a site
license for it). Ctime is able to write vCalendar files. Does anyone
know of a text-based calendar program that can read this format?
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