Favorin Time is a client-server group calendar for Linux using the KDE desktop. The Free/Open Source calendar client is available for stand-alone or networked use. The commercial server provides calendar management and scheduling for teams and organizations.
|Tags||Office/Business groupware Scheduling|
Release Notes: National holidays were added. Information about working days, working hours, and holidays is now shared between the users. Importing from and exporting to iCalendar was added. Attachments are supported. XML importing was implemented. Main window layout options were added in the preferences. Limit displayed hours in day or week view. Many printing improvements were made. Various minor bug fixes and improvements were made.
Release Notes: This release adds event and task printing, enhances month and list views, and drag and drop and clipboard operations were added to month and list views. Reminders were fixed, and new reminder types were added. Favorin Time now uses the locale setting for the first day of week, and there are several other fixes and enhancements in the GUI and in printing.
Release Notes: This is the first public beta release.