QUOTE(danboid @ Jul 6 2007, 06:05 AM)
I'm presuming from the lack of responses that nobody is using gpe-calendar then so I'm presuming it is still broke.
I don't need anything amazingly powerful and it doesn't need to sync with anything either but
a) It must work reliably
b ) It must support alarms and waking the Z up from suspend if necessary
c) Must be able to backup and restore the calendar
I originally asked for possible solutions running under Angstrom, pdaXii13 or cacko but it sounds like Angstrom isn't quite ready to replace pdaXii13 for me yet so I'm just looking for a working calendar app for pdaXii13 now.
I tried gpe-calendar. But the version available for Angstrom (which I was using at the time) was not the same as that on my desktop (debian), and the file formats were incompatible. So, I could not propagate calendar entries from one machine to another. Then, with the next update of Angsstrom, the new version of gpe-calendar would not read the calendar files from the previous version. That ended my experiment with gpe-calendar. Changing formats -- and not even providing upward compatibility, makes the damn thing unusable.
If you switch to xfce4 for your window-manager, you can use orage, which is what I am now doing (using titchy/debian on the Z).