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I'm looking for a calender application, if it contains a contact module, that's just fine - but it has to be lightweight (Running it on a VIA C3 Ezra så I either need to be able to compile it rather qiock or the binary has to be i586 optimized or less) and it has to be able to sync with my Google Calender.

Any such applications around ?

asked 18 Sep '11, 14:27

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edited 25 Sep '11, 19:54

I'm quite fond of emacs' org-mode. It focuses more on a task-oriented aspect of calenders, but the agenda views will likely serve your purpose of a more conventional calender. You will need some time before being able to use it to its full extent, but its fast and lightweight.

Here's an instruction for using google calendar synchronization with org.


answered 20 Sep '11, 08:11

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Hmmm cool - you've given me something to work with - nice :)


answered 22 Sep '11, 15:08

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