Remind: The Ultimate Personal Calendar

If you have trouble remembering where you are going, this clever program can help you find your way.
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Big fan of Remind - can I use

Anonymous's picture

Big fan of Remind - can I use it with CalDav or will I have to use rem2ics as well?

Dan

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Remind

Anonymous's picture

That piece of software is worth its its bytecode-size in gold.

I´ve been configuring my calendar for about 6 hours and still finding new stuff to try out.

The only thing I´m missing is a omit for multiple days for like having holidays integrated. But maybe I will find something.

Great tool

Kenny Meyer's picture

I thought the calendar tool was good... but `remind' is actually better! It's really sophisticated (I was reading the man pages...), but you can keep it simple.
BTW this is a great HOW-TO... Thanks to your article `remind' convinces me now!

Cheers,
Kenny

Remind article

Anonymous's picture

What a great sounding tool. I wish I had run into it earlier.

The Remind Home Page

David F. Skoll's picture

The Remind home page is now http://www.roaringpenguin.com/penguin/open_source_remind.php.

-- David.

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