Linux.com: Winzig: A Portable PIM that Understands Usability
Dec 07, 2006, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Winzig is a free, low-resource personal information manager
(PIM) written in Python. It fits address book, calendar, to-do
list, note-taking, and more into one small, fixed-sized
window--perfect for embedded devices, and if you care about your
screen real estate, good for desktop systems as well.
"Winzig 1.76 is distributed as a gzipped tarball; inside are
executable Python scripts. The package depends only on Python,
GTK+, and PyGTK, which pretty much any modern distribution
supports. Once you have downloaded and unpacked the package, there
is nothing to compile--just run ./winzig.py to get started..."