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Re: [Fwd: System task scheduler]



ty den 11.01.2005 Klokka 13:24 (-0500) skreiv Paul Nasrat:
> The author has asked me to forward this.  I know some people here were
> looking at similar problem space, maybe you could liase.

I, and some others, have also been working on a project like this.
gnome-schedule, http://sf.net/projects/gnome-schedule

You can find it in gnome cvs, as the module gnome-schedule.

> email message vedlegg, "Forwarded message - System task scheduler"
> ty den 11.01.2005 Klokka 13:24 (-0500) skreiv Paul Nasrat:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > some weeks ago my teacher from university written mail to you about this
> > project. I developing a project with name: tasche (TAsk SCHEduler) and
> > release his first more stable as unstable version :)  (ver. 1.3). Program 
> > is released under GPL license and you can download it from website:
> > http://alfa.intrak.tuke.sk/~komornik/tasche/
> > 
> > This program is parallel developing under fedora and debian
> > distributions. 
> > This program require: pygtk2.4, cron, at, python-newt
> > 
> > Program can run under Xserver and console.
> > 
> > Please, check this program for his usage and send me response with your
> > advice and observations.
> > 
> > P.S.: Excuse me for my english!
> > 
> > Bye komo;
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