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Old 06-09-2010, 01:05 AM   #1
frenchn00b
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LINUX program combining for TO DO list + Gantt Diagram + Agenda ?


Hello,

It would be great if we had a similar program for Linux that combines for TO DO list + Gantt Diagram + Agenda ?

we have that but it doesnt show to do list nor has any Agenda capability
http://ganttproject.biz/

Thre is qtodo and gtodo but there is no agenda (like in kde kmail/kontact suite or outlook agenda) nor Gantt bar diagrams ways to make with sub categories

Best regards

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