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Scoutplans is a software package that allows organizations to put their calendars on the web. It is aimed at scouting organizations (boy scouts, girl scouts, etc.)
Cost: Free (GPL)
OS: Unix, Win NT, MacOS
Calendar displays whole month on screen with any event for a given day headlined
This is a template based calendar system that can be customized. It provides views such as daily, weekly, monthly and yearly. Its features are ability to allow events to be grouped by categories, events search and many more.
OS: Unix, Windows
This web based group calendaring system allows you to co-ordinate and schedule events in an organization. The package includes a calendar server, an email reminder system, a task manager, a diary system, a contact list manager and a notes manager.
Cost: Free (GPL)
OS: Unix, Linux
This is a fully customizable event publishing solution. It provides you with a ready solution for a calendar of events to meet the needs of your company, intranet, club, organization, family or personal web site.
By using FrameCal you can maintain multiple calendars. It offers a number of formatting options to customize the look and three different levels of access restrictions that can be implemented.
OS: Unix, Windows NT
An Online Information Management System for Shared: Appointments, Contacts, Documents, Tasks etc.
Cost: $299AUD(1-2users) - $999AUD(6+ users)
OS: Linux, Windows 98, Me, NT4, 2000, XP, 2003
Basic Calendar is a simple calendar script that displays a monthly calendar on your Web page. You can use this script with or without SSI.
This is web based multi user group scheduling system. It allows users to ascertain the most suitable times for meetings by seeing who all shall be available at a given time. It also allows you to see requests for meetings sent by others to you.
PerlCal is a Web calendar which offers secure online updating and is managed by CGI scripts. This offers multiple calendar and user scheduler options. Its integrated calendars share a common home page.