I'm wondering and searching a calendar for Linux (Centos). Here calendar means to save important notes and points by date and time in all days,for this purpose I'm asking this question. Is there any possible package is there for my environment or is there any other method to full fill my requirement?


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You can take a look at Gina Trapani's todo.txt. It's a todo list you can manage using the CLI. Add search remove items, order and re-order them, use date and time stamps, and you can add @location and +subject marks. Todo.txt stores it list in a plain text file and can be read and edited with any text editor.

As you can read I am a fervent user of todo.txt. I store my todo file in my dropbox and always have this light wighted todo list in sync. Just like your question, I use this to store notes in time and use it to recapitulate all things done for some kind of topic.

You can download the todo.sh as a bash script and just run it. There is no installation. Instructions and a video can be found on todotxt.com

  • how to install this todo.txt Mar 15, 2014 at 11:57
  • Most desktop environments have some sort of calendar application available. Your Google account has one, which you can synchronize with your Android phone's.
    – vonbrand
    Mar 15, 2014 at 17:44
  • @user3021349 Why the markup? Not needed. Mar 17, 2014 at 8:23

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