The k5n Desktop Calendar (k5nCal, for short) is a Java-based calendar application for your desktop. It shares features with applications like Apple iCal and Microsoft Outlook, but it’s open source (free) and cross-platform (Mac, Linux, Windows).
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- Simple and intuitive user interface
- Supports Mac OS X, Linux or Windows (requires Java 1.5)
- Import calendar data in iCalendar (RFC2445) or CSV (MS Outlook) format
- Subscribe to remote calendars (icalshare.com, etc.)
- Open source license: Use it free of charge , or download it and modify the source code.
Development resources from Github are used in the development of k5ncal.
For a list of developer resources, see the Developers page.
The k5n Desktop Calendar contains both custom code and 3rd party libraries. All custom code is licensed under the GNU General Public License, version 2.
For more information about this license:
Note: For those not familiar with the GPL, this license means that k5nCal is free to use.
3rd Party Libraries
The following 3rd party libraries are bundled with the k5n Desktop Calendar:
- Java Calendar Tools
- Joda Time
- k5n AccordionPane
- Google RFC2445
- Java CSV Library
- JCalendar Library