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BORG Calendar

https://mikeberger.github.io/borg_calendar/
A Desktop Calendar and Task Tracking System

Modified from README.md: BORG is a combination calendar and task tracking system. The calendar supports all sorts of appointments and also a simple todo list. The calendar functionality is similar to that of other PIMs. The Task Tracker goes way beyond todo's and might better be called a project tracking system.



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version 1.8.3
released on 27 August 2017




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