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- '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.
- 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.
- This is a candidate for deletion: 1. No files/source found '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.
- Annif is a small Web-based birthday (calendar) monitoring tool. Users can add and remove birthday dates and ask to be notified of birthdays. No other usual calendar features will ever be included. It has multi-lingual support, and currently has translations for English and French.
- Booby provides Web-based management for bookmarks/favorites, contacts, todos, notes, and news, allowing the user to import and export to common standards. It is fully themeable (by using phpSavant) and has support for multiple users and languages. As of August 3, 2005, this project is known as 'brim'. Please see that entry for the most recent information.
- 'brim' is a Web based information manager which manages bookmarks, agenda/calendar, contacts, tasks, notes, passwords, collections, and more. It is based on an MVC framework that uses items with a potential hierarchical relation as its base. It supports multiple themes, an unlimited number of items/folders, and has over 15 translations. 'Brim' was formerly known as 'Booby', but has been totally reworked.
- Calcurse is a text-based personal organizer which helps keep track of events and everyday tasks. It has a calendar and a "todo" list, and puts your appointments in order. The user interface is configurable, and you can choose between different color schemes and layouts. All of the commands are documented within an online help system.
- DataMelt (DMelt) is an environment for numeric computation, statistical analysis, data mining, and graphical data visualization on the Java platform. This Java multiplatform program is integrated with a number of scripting languages: Jython (Python), Groovy, JRuby, BeanShell. DMelt can be used to plot functions and data in 2D and 3D, perform statistical tests, data mining, numeric computations, function minimization, linear algebra, solving systems of linear and differential equations. Linear, non-linear and symbolic regression are also available. Neural networks and various data-manipulation methods are integrated using powerful Java API. Elements of symbolic computations using Octave/Matlab scripting are supported.
- Dlume is nice, gtk2-based addressbook. You can easily add, edit and delete records to/from database (but Dlume doesn't rely on an outside database - It stores your contacts in XML format). The Quick-search feature allows you find required entry in comfortable way. Export to CSV and HTML formats is also available.
- 'enotes' is a small GNU Emacs script to handle appointments. It stores a list of notes, each with a title, a date, a warning date, and optionally a long description and a reference file. A window pops up when a warning time is reached. It is simple (more than calendar and others), yet reliable and very practical
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