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A small no-nonsense personal digital organizer written in GTK2, featuring appointments, todos and notes. It uses iCalendar files as it's native backend, supports multiple alarms per appointment/todo and has recursive todos.
A simple diary for personal use
An easy way to export your Lotus Notes calendar to Google Calendar, specially for a fixed time slot. This is useful when, say you have a 9 AM meeting, but you are not in office at 8:30 to see the Notes reminder.
The WebOCS is an Web Based Online Communication System which integrates a variety of communication tools in one system allowing one to share information easily with coworkers or peers. Included: Webmail, File Uploads, Photo Albums, Chat systems, and more!
developing tracer methodology for behavioral medicine treatment planning
*yeaGTD* is an acronym for "*yaml* encoded approach to *getting things done*". It is a python script which extracts information from simple text project files and then produces nicely formatted summary reports. Repeated projects are supported.
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