Am I the only person that needs a simple calendar program with TODO items that I can access on Windows and Mac OS X and that synchronizes to a central server? I can’t be.
If I’m not, why the hell hasn’t Mozilla filled this need yet? It seems like every calendar program out there will let you sync to a calendar in one direction, but not both. Damnit, I need both! I use four computers regularly. Every single day. They need to be in sync. This is why I use IMAP for my mail, and Thunderbird for my mail client. IMAP lives on my Linux server and Thunderbird works everywhere that I do.
Hopefully Sunbird (or whatever the Mozilla calendar client is called these days) will fill this need soon. I feel gross sending myself emails with reminders and putting them in my TODO mail folder.
And don’t even get me started on contacts, bookmarks and notes.
— UPDATE —
Actually, hold up. It looks like maybe the newest version of the Mozilla calendar has rudimentary support for doing this over DAV. Sweet!