I am looking for a calendar widget. That is, a widget like you get in an calendar application like Outlook, KOriganizer and the likes, not just for picking dates like you can with Qt’s widget. I googled a bit, but so far I can’t find a useful widget. Does anyone know of one? It does not need to be open source. I figure people have probably already written a component like this, and I figure it would be silly to invest the time to write yet another one.
P.S. Does anyone know of places where 3rd party Qt components can be found? I know of Qt-apps.org and the showcase forum here on devnet, but those don’t have all that many components, nor are they very well organized it seems. If not, I may even try to start my own page for that…
This one [code.google.com] quickcalendarview/src was the winner of 2008 Pimp My Widgets Developer Contest and it is pretty :)
Thanks for the link. Do you know if there is English (or German, or Dutch) documentation available anywhere? A screenshot perhaps too?
I searched for them because I don’t know Russian my self, but that was the only source! Nokia has taken the contest websites down and I don’t know the reason, but I think you should try searching for it too using the QuickCalendarView keyword.
I really can’t download the sources, other than copy/pasting their contents one by one from the online SVN browser. I have send an email tot the author mentioned in the copyright notice in a source file, hoping that will lead to easier access and perhaps non-russian docs. If not, I guess I’ll try if our Russian friends [developer.qt.nokia.com] can provide some help with those docs…
Questions above are still current, in the meantime.
Like I said: he send me the sources directly (by email). I have not seen a website (other than the Google code site).
I will send him a email, asking about the state of things, and if I am allowed to share the code further or not.
I have looked at the code again, and it simply states the licence: GPL3. That should make it possible to share [dl.dropbox.com] it without further problems. The official site is a Google code website: QuickCalendarView [code.google.com] but the information on that site is in Russian. The author stated that the code was a basically a proof on concept, and that he thought it needed more work to make it really ready for production use. His contact details are in the source code.