[email protected] helps desktop users to easily design cron and at jobs. It is designed to let power users implement their own type of tasks for scheduling. This is made possible through a plugin approach and a strong API for coding new task types. It is also designed to provide a very easy-to-use GUI to let non-Unix users plan system tasks with a few mouse clicks. For example, the user does not have to care about the difference between cron jobs and at jobs, since [email protected] provides an abstract view of both.
Vcron is a graphical interface to cron and at, allowing to view, modify, delete and add programmed actions. You will no longer have to cope with the cron/at horrible syntax. Vcron is written in tcl/tk , it is a very easy to use multilingual application, with an inline manual. It has been tested on RedHat and Slackware, but it should work without problems on other platforms
GNOME Schedule is a system schedule maintenance tool. It has support for the cron and at scheduling systems. It aims to be as HIG compatible as possible. The target is to provide any sane desktop user with a tool to maintain the scheduling of his or her desktop tasks, while not requiring an understanding of the cron or at subsystems.
phpRecEvent is a Web-based application to help schedule and execute recurring events. It consists of some PHP scripts to create the user interface plus an (optional) cron script written in Perl to mail users the new event information once a week. It supports per-event template files for both the interface pages and the emails which can be easily translated into other languages. All HTML pages are customizable via CSS. Other features include grouping of participants, priority-based scheduling of the access of the Web pages, auto-enrolling of some participants for the event every week, a mail messenger on the Web pages, and ability to edit the template files via the browser