Linux.com: Micro-Evolution: Dates and Contacts
Aug 13, 2006, 16:00 (0 Talkback[s])
[ Thanks to lh8
for this link. ]
"The developers at Opened Hand have released a pair of
lightweight, low-resource applications for calendaring and address
book management. They were designed to run on small embedded
systems such as Nokia's 770 Internet Tablet and the Sharp
Zaurus--but that doesn't mean you can't use them on your desktop
Linux box just as easily.
"Both Dates and Contacts (the calendar and address book,
respectively) are built to interact with Evolution Data Server
(EDS). EDS was originally written for Ximian's Evolution
email/calendar/addrebbook/tasklist client to expose Evolution's
database of contacts, calendar events, and email desktop-wide, thus
allowing easy integration with other applications..."