mozilla.org Announces Calendar Project
Thursday October 25th, 2001
mozilla.org today announced that OEone, makers of the Penzilla Linux device that uses Mozilla as its shell, will be offering a significant portion of their calendar code to Mozilla. For more info on this, check out Gerv Markham's post by clicking the Full Article link.
#28 Re: Netscape Calendar?
Friday October 26th, 2001 1:53 PM
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Netscape Calendar was developed by CS&T, now Steltor (<http://www.steltor.com>). They have continued to develop the program as CorporateTime. It's not free, but it's very good, and it's extremely cross-platform (clients for Windows, Mac OS/OS X, AIX, HP-UX, IRIX, Solaris and Linux x86); it syncs with Palm on both Windows and Mac, as well as WinCE; it has a Web client; and it's been really reliable in my experience.
A competing product (with mostly the same support, though I think no Unix clients) is Meeting Maker.
Of course, free would be better, but that's a lot of work. :)