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Windows Live Calendar Gadget

Windows Live Calendar Gadget is a simple desktop calendar for Windows. It displays the events from internet calendars provided in iCalendar format.

DotNetNuke Event Publisher

A DotNetNuke module that allows you to sync events based on data retrieved from SQL queries or existing UserDefinedTable modules to your Google Calendars.


A small tool to keep the Google calendar in sync with the Outlook calendar (one way: Outlook -> Google). Doesn't need admin rights and works behind a proxy.


GMobileSync allows you to remotely synchronize Google Calendar events to your Windows Mobile 5.0/6.0 device using its local internet connection.

GJ Reminder

GJ Reminder is a reminder for everyone who don't want to forget things anywhere.

calblink - Blink(1) monitor for Google Calendar

Install Go, and plug your blink(1) in somewhere that you can see it.Bring up a command-line window, and create the directory you want to run this in. Set the GOPATH environment variable to point to this directory.

rooms - A simple Display for Meeting Rooms

This is a side project we built at Aerolab to show which meeting rooms are currently available (and for how long), as well as giving you the ability to anonymously book a room for 15' with a single tap. This is all based on Google Calendar in a typical Google Apps for Business package.The motivation behind this is that most meeting room software is needlessly complicated (and expensive!), so we built exactly what we needed as a Web App, which is then deployed to a bunch of cheap Fire HD 8 tablets (one per room) using a headless web browser. It's simple, it works well to let people know that they shouldn't use a specific meeting room, and it looks kind of cool.

meeting-room-display - A display to show the occupation of meeting rooms developed at Ultimaker

We (@jankeesvw, @davycardinaal and @rowanzajkowski) created this project as part of our research sprint in december 2016. A: We use a personal Google Account to access the data of the calendars, we ask Google for the calendars that our user can see. We only get the calendars our user has in the sidebar, so make sure all the meeting rooms are visible in the sidebar of https://calendar.google.com.

PHPCalFeed - A simple PHP script for providing calendar feeds for your website in a variety of different formats including iCalendar, RSS, JSON and XML

A simple PHP script for providing calendar feeds for your website in a variety of different formats including iCalendar, RSS, JSON and XML. Do you run a website with an events page? Does your site provide any kind of data feed for those events? If not, you might want to consider adding one. This allows users to have your events appear directly on their calendar as you publish them, simplifying the process of discovering, making time for, and attending your event.