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OSAF is a non-profit organization working on Chandler Project, a Note-to-Self Organizer designed for personal and small-group task management and calendaring. Chandler consists of a cross-platform desktop application (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux), the Chandler Hub Sharing Service and Chandler Server. Learn more at chandlerproject.org.
For a view into our daily work including detailed planning and Design and Developer Documentation, visit our Project Wiki.
- Create and gain wide adoption of open source application software of uncompromising quality.
- Carry forward the vision of Vannevar Bush, Doug Engelbart, and Ted Nelson of the computer as a medium for communication, collaboration, and coordination.
- Design a new application to manage personal information including notes, mail, tasks, appointments and events, contacts, documents and other personal resources.
- Enable sharing with colleagues, friends and family. In particular, meet the unique and under-served needs of small group collaboration.
- Demonstrate that open source software *can* serve a general audience in the consumer market.
- Offer a choice of platforms and full interoperability amongst Windows, Macintosh, and Linux versions.
- Leverage our resources by using an open source model of development.
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