Broaden your selection: Category/Works-with
- The ACal Project is a Web-based event calendar made for everyone. It was designed to be simple to install and setup. It does not require a database server, and installing is as easy as drag and drop. It can run on almost any ISP's server that has PHP installed.
- ADX Addressbook
- Minimalistic but massively web 2.0 enabled address book running completely in your browser. How it works: XML + XSLT = HTML address book (XML file) is tranformed (XSLT file) by web browser to HTML,
- AWOL is an in/out board, similar to something you'd see on the wall of a lobby or desk of a switchboard operator, to keep track of who's in the building, when they'll be back, etc. It's accessable from the Web, so people can mark themselves in or out from their own desk.
- 'absence' is a CGI application designed to help keep track of people in a group. It is intended to do one thing: allow the user to display the plans of all people in a group in a way that makes it easy to see who's present and who's absent. It is not intended for anything else. The resolution is one day.
It could easily be adapted do handle reservations for any set of objects, as long as a resolution of a day is acceptable. An example of a possible use is reserving machines/computers in a laboratory.
- AbsolutePunch 2
- 'AbsolutePunch' is a Web-based application that allows a user to punch-in and punch-out from work. It serves the same purpose as a mechanical timepunch.
- 'Active' creates a set of Web pages that lets Web surfers contribute to a shared calendar, groups listing, and multimedia news feed with discussion. It's designed to be easy to use, and easy to read the results. The program is under ongoing development as the backend for indymedia.org, and active.org.au.
- Active Calendar
- Advance is an open source personal information management (PIM) system which is database-backed, Qt based, cross-platform, and includes support for KDE. Advance provides provides schedule, task and contact management.
- Agnostos is a simple Web-based tool for managing to do lists. It's designed to prevent the cerebral stack overflow that occurs when you try to keep track of several simultaneous projects by brainpower alone. You can prioritize tasks (optionally by date), and assign them to individuals, workgroups, departments, or any combination of the three. Tasks can be assigned priorities and due dates, and sorted by status, priority, or due date. The current release includes simple reporting facilities (which describe the progress on a particular project over the previous week) and an 'audit trail' for each task (time and date of each change of status and priority priority, or individual, group, or department to which it is assigned).
- 'Almclk' lets you set an alarm on your terminal. It sends a message to your terminal when the alarm goes off, and pops up a window if possible. If you are not logged in at the time, it sends you a customizable e-mail message which is also printed. Also, a 5-minute warning is sent to your terminal and popped up as a window if possible. If you wish to kill the alarm, a script is created for you to do so.
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