p> make calendar pages to go with them to make a wall calendar
p> ... choose the 12 pics, specify the year and voila?
) comes with a
nifty utility called 'rem2ps', that draws a PostScript calendar
from remind's output. It could be a good starting point for
To get an idea what the output looks like, see
Then you have to either manually paste in your pics, or (if your
postscript skill are top notch) inject the appropriate postscript
code (see rem2ps's -p option).
Since I don't want to do it manually and lack the skills to do it in
PostScript, I usually convert both the calendar pages and the pics to
PDF and then run a small script file containing a few pdftk commands
to scale and merge pages as needed.
To get a 1-month calendar:
$ remind -p1 /dev/null | rem2ps -l -i -e -m Letter > mycalendar.ps
To get a 12-month calendar:
$ remind -p12 /dev/null | rem2ps -l -i -e -m Letter > mycalendar.ps
If you have a reminders file, replace "/dev/null" with its path and
all your important dates will also be marked on the printed calendar.