Perl Web-based calendar: Plans Jul 2 2004
Plans is the nicest-looking web calendar.
Plans has several downloadable themes available.
CSS-based layout makes it easy to match the colors & fonts with your website.
Plans is licensed under the GPL. You can freely modify the code for your needs. Many organizations have done so.
One installation of plans can support many calendars.
Calendars can share information with each other.
Each calendar is managed independently (unique password, custom options, custom look & feel).
Multiple calendars running on the same installation of plans can be “embedded” in completely different websites.
Plans’ architecture allows add-ons and standalone programs to re-use its framework.
Plans supports multiple languages.
Weeks aren’t reqired to start on Sunday.
Plans supports arbitrary date formats (mm/dd/yy, dd/mm/yy, etc.)
Plans uses a powerful and flexible recurring event model.
Plans uses HTML templates to allow easy customization of the look & feel.
Each calendar can have its own custom template, even located on a different server.
Plans’ management interface is intuitive and easy to use.
Online help is built into Plans.
Plans can store data in flat files or an SQL database.
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