Re: Stand-alone calendaring?

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CodeHeads wrote:
On Wed, 2006-02-15 at 09:16 -0700, Philip Prindeville wrote:

Couple of questions:  first, is there a searchable web page that contains
package descriptions that one can use to locate a package?  For instance,
if I wanted to locate an Image Viewing package, but I didn't know that
that was what "eye of the gnome" (Eog) did...

And secondly, is there a good standalone calendaring package?  I use
Thunderbird and I'm happy with it...  Ditto with Firefox.  I know that
Evolution has calendaring, but I don't want to use it for mail and web
browsing, etc.

Is there a smaller, lighter calendaring app out there?



Hope this helps:
Thanks for the link. The installation is xpi based and adds ctl+8 option to be able to launch the calendar. I like the calendar as far as programs of this type are concerned. I did have to launch mozilla from terminal su - to root for it to install with permisions.

Mozilla -seamonkey suite is my preference also. THe calendar is not available for seamonkey yet.


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