I can’t link to my personal install publicly, but I “discovered” a new piece of software called tasks the other day. You gotta love random searches on freshmeat. It’s done by one of the major contributors to wordpress (the software this site is based on). It is (in the words of Ferris Bueller) so choice. If you haven’t clicked on that link yet, it’s a “todo” program. Here are the major features that I use:
- Web Interface – nice for viewing the same tasks from multiple locations
- iCalendar emulation – it generates an iCal-compliant page that you can subscribe to with any program that supports the webcal:// URI.
- phpiCalendar – It comes with a copy of PHPiCalendar, which is a very nice web-based iCalendar display suite.
I did have some trouble getting it all set up at first, and I still don’t think I can use Mozilla’s Calendar program to subscribe to my DAV-enabled iCal (something I think is primarily due to my lack of understanding in the ways of mod_webdav), but I wholeheartedly support this software. To the point that if/when the author finishes the “pro” version, I’ll seriously consider purchasing a license. Those of you who know me understand what a supportive statement this is.