An Ubuntu-Themed Calendar for Your Desk
Because nowadays we are able to do almost everything from our smartphone (including checking our heart rates), the idea of a desktop calendar might sound a bit too orthodox. It will probably shock you to know that desk calendars are still being distributed in offices in many countries around the world of which a good example is France.
It allows users to implement sticky note features and take advantage of board pins and markers while discussing what projects are to be worked on next. Yes, all that can be done with a nice-looking tablet but some people enjoy the old school.
Today, we introduce to you an Ubuntu-themed desk calendar that is free for you to print and set on your desk – FOSS style.
The calendar was designed by Oswaldo who has made it available for download in PDF form and can be downloaded from no other than the famous Deviant Art. It is available in three languages: English, Spanish and Portuguese and has a download size of 10MB.
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