Computer Systems Laboratory Colloquium

4:15PM, Wednesday, January 29, 2003
NEC Auditorium, Gates Computer Science Building B03

Chandler: An (Inter)personal Information Manager

Mitch Kapor
Chair, Open Source Applications Foundation
About the talk:

Mitchell Kapor will speak about the Chandler project, an open source Personal Information Manager now under development. In addition to innovations in the handling of email, calendar, and contact management, Chandler will emphasize sharing and collaboration and is targeted to information-centric users.

About the speaker:

Mitchell Kapor is the founder and Chair and of the Open Source Applications Foundation. In 1982 he founded Lotus Development Corporation and designed Lotus 1-2-3, the "killer app" which made the PC ubiquitous in business. He co-founded of the Electronic Frontier Foundation in 1990, an organization working in the public interest to protect privacy and free expression on the Internet.

Contact information:

Mitch Kapor