This is Plasma Runner Plugin, which provides you ability to add new events or todos to your calendar from KRunner (Alt+F2). With this runner you may enter into KRunner something like following:
event Project deadline; 13.02.2010- create new event with summary "Project deadline" for 13.02.2010;
todo Complete my work; tomorrow 12:30; Business- create todo with given summary and deadline datetime with category "Business";
event Travel to mountains; from yesterday to 31.02.2010; Travel- create event with given time range and category;
event Something; 13:30- something at 13:30 today;
event Other event; yesterday
event Meeting; today from 12:00 to 14:00
todo Buy new phone; in 2 years
todo Complete site design; in 2 days after 10:30
- And others...
Besides of incident creation you may update existing incidences in some ways:
complete Buy new phone- mark selected task as completed!
complete Fix localization issues; 30- set task as 30%-completed;
comment Birthday party; It was cool!- append some text to task description.
Now following date/time specifications are available:
- Time format -
- Date format -
in 2 minutes/hours [after ...]
in 10 days/weeks/months/years [after ...]
from ... to ...
You can specify event categories as third argument like they are displayed in KOrganizer:
Installation from packages
If you are using Ubuntu Karmic you may install package plasma-runner-events from my PPA at https://launchpad.net/~alexey-noskov/+archive/kde
You can add this PPA to your system by adding
ppa:alexey-noskov/kde to your system's Software Sources
This PPA can be added to your system manually by copying the lines below and adding them to your system's software sources.
deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/alexey-noskov/kde/ubuntu karmic main deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/alexey-noskov/kde/ubuntu karmic main
cd /where/your/runner/is/installed mkdir build cd build cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=$KDEDIRS .. make sudo make install
(your $KDEDIRS is where you install your KDE 4)
kbuildsycoca4 kquitapp krunner krunner
Alt-F2 to launch KRunner and in the runners list you will find events runner.
Copyright © 2010 Alexey Noskov, released under the GPLv3 license Idea by SebastianHRO, published at http://forum.kde.org/brainstorm.php#idea85167