A grumpy editor's calendar search
Posted Apr 9, 2004 14:48 UTC (Fri) by MarkSwanson
Parent article: A grumpy editor's calendar search
ScheduleWorld works great on Linux (the ScheduleWorld services network runs on
Linux, and the client was primarily developed under Linux).
The ScheduleWorld client and server are free to use. It's based entirely on open
standards, interoperates with Exchange/Outlook, and recently started to provide
schedules for weather and tv-listings. It also has a timesheet scheduling feature that
is geared to help all you Linux folks working on "the next big thing" keep track of your
time so you can get back some of your investment in the form of R&D tax credits.
It's written in Java, so works great on Linux, Windows, OS/X, and Solaris.
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