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Scheduling and calendar managament of classrooms and other rooms that are placed in one or multiple buildings. The aplication also provides the automatic confection of schedules from the data inserted in the same act to reserve a classroom.
Caddress will be an Open Source Cross-Platform Calendar and Address Book with native sync support. It is configurable through predefined profiles, and supports add-ons.
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MiVida is "some kind of life-organizer software". It aims to be a "fairly simple to use, yet very powerfull" solution to task-management stuff events-remembering, "to-do platform", personal agenda, birth-reminder, or anything you can come up
Nikita is a peer-to-peer PIM. It will offer all the same benefits of the standard PIMS (such as Outlook or Chandler) but will not require a central server. Items can be marked as Calendar, Task, Email, etc... or any combination of those. Silos be gone!
Time and project management for personal use.
plugin adds capabilities to publishing/subscribing features of Apple's iCal
This applicationt gathers weather details for events in your iCal calendar, and as the event approaches, the forecast is updated. Results are shown in your calendar and/or sent to an email address or list. Will be done in objective-C or Applescript - TBD