InfoScoop Calender is a light and intuitive scheduler for people who use groupware but only use the scheduling function. It can also be useful to people considering business system construction focused on a scheduler function.
Siberia is a calendar application that integrates with Google Calendar.
Waterstone Web OS is a Web application that uses the latest Web technologies to provide an integrated Webtop experience. Its features include a blog, application dock, image/video gallery, document search, MP3 Player, calendar, file manager, and a contact manager.
add-2-google-cal generates links to add events to Google Calendar. It takes as parameters the start and end dates, the title, and the location of a given event. It generates HTML for a link which will add the defined event to a Google calendar when the user clicks on the link.
Private Logistics is a partial personal information management (PIM) suite some highly useful tools such as a scratchpad, a calendar, and an option-rich todo list. All are designed to be sensitive to privacy and to keep your private data just where it belongs.
Microcal is a small, embeddable PHP calendar script which works in a pop-up mode, as a standalone script, and as an inline calendar.
Emaigos imports Google contacts and calendars into Emacs. Contacts are stored in a Big Brother Database (BBDB) file, which makes them usable with many Emacs email packages, like Gnus. Google calendars are stored as a single Org-mode file, so events may be viewed as a structured document and possibly shown within an Agenda view. With Emaigos, it's possible to use Google as a contacts and calendars manager, while having all the same data available within Emacs. The original Google contacts and calendars are not modified in any way by Emaigos. The name "Emaigos" is an acronym for "EMAcs Importer for GOogle Stuff".
The Java Swing Calendar Panel is a calendar component for your Java Swing applications. It is Maven and OSGi ready. It provides a calendar interface similar to Google calendar.
ITL itools is a collection of command line tools that mimics the development of the underlying ITL library (libitl) and is meant to always give the end-user simple means to access its functions. Available tools include ical (displays a Hijri calendar), idate (a multi-method Hijri/Gregorian date converter), ipraytime (a prayer times and Qibla calculator and schedule table generator), and ireminder (a prayer time reminder Perl script). This project is part of the Islamic Tools and Libraries project.
Pisi is an application for synchronizing all sorts of PIM data. Currently, mainly contacts from several sources may be synchronized.
Event Calendar started as a replacement for an antiquated script to generate meeting invites with attached ical. It has since grown to be a full fledged event calendar system for public events. Important to Event Calendar is the theory of multiple interfaces, where any data in the system should be accessible in a multitude of ways. For events, this means via nice HTML, iCal, XML, and JSON. Event Calendar also includes integration with Google Maps for directions to event locations.
Eortologio is a small utility to display fixed and
movable feasts of the Greek calendar. It is a console application only.
WallCalendar is a set of LaTeX wall calendar templates and utilities for managing them. Users can customize templates or create their own. It includes a template that produces Interior and Covers, which are ready to be uploaded to lulu.com for printing on demand. It also contains a calendar Web site example (generated using the txt2site utility) that integrates with a paper calendar via QR codes.