CGI-based event calendar that does not need a database
'CGI Calendar' is a CGI-based event calendar that does not require an SQL database and can run on any system that has a web server supporting CGI and Perl. It supports unlimited events per day that can be sorted by time and by summary. Events are editable and can be described using HTML. It features month, day, and single event views, password protection, a UI controlled by HTML templates and CSS, and support for multiple calendars with a single installation.
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released on 21 March 2007
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|GPLv2||Janet Casey||26 August 2004|
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