Discordian POEE Calendar
by: Ulrich Schonhardt • 66
DateFlux is a Discordian Calendar and ddate widgets.
Please see Principia Discordia (fifth edition) page 34 if you don't know what I'm talking about.
Divinely revealed by the Goddess Eris to Malaclypse the Younger, KSC.
If you are looking for ddate, look no further.
DateFlux will help you to stay disorganized.
Confuse your friends by sending your next party invitation as Discordian date.
When Eris sends new inspiration I'll add more features later.
Tap the Date for speech synthesis (Text-to-Speech engine).
It has some widgets also. Fnord.
My dear Fans and Followers of Discordia or Eris (if you're more into Greek):
Discordian / Erisian Holydays are fully recognized by the U.S. Government.
Especially in California where according to ancient texts this Religion was
discovered. The European Government in Brussels is still debating the issue.
I believe they've founded a subcommittee for Matters of Religious Minorities.
(I'm unsure about the state of Discordianism in other parts of the World.)
So next time when your boss is requesting you to do some actual work
instead of drinking coffee or surfing the internet, tell him that your Religion
forbids such nonsense, because when ignoring the will of Discordia / Eris
weird things can happen. Use your most sincere face and grave tone of voice.
Then perform The Turkey Curse:
Chant, loudly and clearly:
Gobble, Gobble, Gobble, Gobble, Gobble!
The Results will be instantly apparent.
My blog is also dedicated to Chaos, Discord and Confusion:
*** Known dependencies via Android Intent System ***
This app uses Text-to-Speech-engine, be sure to install this for voice:
For "Export to Google Calendar" menu action you need Google Calendar App:
It does not work with Samsung Calendar App.
*** Known bugs / Limitations ***
Landscape layout support is somewhat suboptimal.
I don't have 10 inch tablet. I'm pretty sure the layout looks ridiculous
on such a huge screen. Please be patient, somewhere in the future
I'll fix this.
Currently there only one (U.S. American) Locale, but here's a spanish calendar: