GNOME Schedule is an open source graphical software written in GTK+ and designed to act as a schedule maintenance utility, especially crafted for the GNOME desktop environment.
GNOME Schedule features support for the cron and at scheduling systems that can be found in almost all Linux distributions. Also, it aims to be as HIG compatible as possible.
The software supports custom icons and titles for tasks for easy tracking, support for templates, allows users to edit any user's crontab and "at" tasks, offers human-readable strings, as well as an advanced mode for crontab experts.
GNOME Schedule also provides a "panel applet" for managing tasks, predefined common expressions, and a calendar, which lets users to easily and quickly choose the day they want a task to be executed.
What is new in this release:
- Fixes minor bugs and translations.