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Software News   Software News : AOrganiser version 0.7 released....
   posted by broadblues on 9-Jan-2010 13:57:38 (2818 reads)
I happened to notice during a "conversation" about something else entirely that version 0.6 of my AOrganiser had not been released (after over 3 years!) so I just uploaded version 0.7 to os4depot.

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AOrganiser is a diary / personal organiser system for AmigaOS 4.x

New features include support for AISS images, a additional view modes (2 day, week, month) and extended ARexx functionality. The docs could do with a little more pollish, but explain most of the currently implemented features. Feel free to get in touch and ask for more features or for advice in using the program.

Andy
    

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Re: AOrganiser version 0.7 released....
Posted on 9-Jan-2010 14:48:57
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Thanks. WIll test this later

EDIT: Normally i dont use organisers more then my Mobilephone but this app looks and feels good. Will be better with an addressbook. Nice to see another app from you :)

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I see it was inspired by Digita's Organiser - that was a great program, so this is surely worth a look.


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@broadblues

Is Google Calendar support something you're considering? You can download an xml, ics or html file which could be imported.


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@zerohero

Well the xml could be processed with python / arexx and imported that way.

I think supporting it via a script is probably better, than in the app itself, as the net based services have a habbit of moving goalposts.


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Well done, but for me it still lacks an address-book... I still use Digita-Organiser for the moment, but your project looks promising. Thank you !

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Most address books have a mini (or maxi) database server underpinning them. The only one I have on the Amiga is Twist, which is no longer supported and not a sensible basis for future development.

Is there another database server, ported or native Amiga, that we could use for such projects? I wonder if there is a mini-server doing duty in Workbench for some other purpose.

If there is something native Amiga with an AREX interface, we could do all sorts of simple DB-based programs and extensions to existing programs.

Of course, SQL would be nice

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Address book is on the todo list. I've found myself needing it more and more lately myself.


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I would suggest SQLite, I believe this has been ported already

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Well the xml could be processed with python / arexx and imported that way.

I think supporting it via a script is probably better, than in the app itself, as the net based services have a habbit of moving goalposts.


The problem with that is that with Google Calendars you need two way synchronisation for it to be really usefull, so you'd need to be able to post items as well.

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@Mark

From what I've seen Google Calendars are write protected anyway if you don't use the web interface. At least it used to be.


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They (google) provide an calDAV API (extention of webDAV) so a script could access that in principle. So google support is a 'possible maybe'


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No they have write access via both their Google Data API and a CalDav api as well (there a revarious extensions for Thunderbird/Sunbird that use it)

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