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Wyrd is a curses front-end for Remind, a powerful calendar and alarm application. The display features a scrollable time table suitable for visualizing your schedule at a glance. Wyrd integrates with an external editor of your choice to make editing of reminder files more efficient, and provides hotkeys to quickly access the most common Remind options. Other features include extensive configurability, Mutt-like interface design, and minimal resource requirements.

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RSS Recent releases

  •  03 Feb 2013 18:40

Release Notes: This is a maintenance release that fixes some corner-case crash bugs and addresses a build problem with OCaml 4.0.

  •  23 Oct 2010 20:53

Release Notes: This release adds support for the "reminder directory" capability of Remind, and fixes a bug that prevented entry of "quick reminders" containing UTF-8 encoded text.

  •  22 Feb 2008 04:54

Release Notes: This release fixes a vulnerability due to insecure tempfile creation.

  •  18 Aug 2007 02:16

Release Notes: This release adds compatibility with Remind 3.1.0. Advance warnings of reminders can now be displayed within the Wyrd interface, if enabled via the configuration file.

  •  26 May 2007 01:56

Release Notes: The dependence on bash shell extensions was eliminated. UTF-8 encoded reminders are now properly rendered. The selection cursor can automatically track the current time, and reminders can be added from the command line.

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31 Mar 2013 04:25 Avatar elkrolf Thumbs up

Just awesome.

20 Mar 2013 06:11 fcbxf4 Thumbs up

I use wyrd nearly daily and have been doing so for years. Works across all my linux and Mac machines and all I need to do is pass around a text file. Combined with automated email message reminders, Remind and wyrd have been far better to use than Apple's iCal, the Thunderbird calendar plugin, Emacs cal and appt., and the multiple on-line calendars/organizers I've tried. Thank you for keeping wyrd available and for the bug fixes!


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