March 5th, 2007 by Keith

Plans 7.9.2 – Web Calendar

Posted in Business Software, Development Software, Fun Stuff, Linux, Site News, Utilities, Web Apps


Making your plans online can be a useful thing especially if you are collaborating works with others. Plans is a powerful and flexible Web calendar that has features like recurring events, merged calendars, event icons, custom themes and templates, MS Outlook export, SQL or flat-file data storage, and browser-based management.


  • Multiple Calendars: 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.
  • Recurring Events: Plans uses a powerful and flexible recurring event model.
  • International Support: Plans supports multiple languages. Weeks can start on days other than Sunday. Plans supports arbitrary date formats (mm/dd/yy, dd/mm/yy, etc.)
  • Database Support: Plans can store data in flat files or an SQL database.
  • Sharp-looking: 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.
  • Open Source: Plans is licensed under the GPL. You can freely modify the code for your needs. Many organizations have done so.
  • Extendable: Plans’ architecture allows add-ons and standalone programs to re-use its framework. Plans can export events to other platforms, including MS Outlook and Palm.
  • Template-based design: 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.

The application is available free, and is downloadable from the link below.

Download Link
Plans 7.9.2

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