I like finding software that is maintained and actively pursued. Far too often I find a tool I like, check over its home page, and realize it last saw attention around the same time Zaire was a nation. 🙄
Not enough to enthrall you? How about two different approaches to task and event management?
etm in two flavors, e.py and e.pyw, showing much the same information but with a different tack. For the visual learners in the crowd, a nifty diagram and calendar on the left, showing when and where and for how long.
And on the right, the information-oriented get the same rush, but in list form. And for people like me, who just like lots of colors. 😀
etm is sufficiently detailed that you should take time to read about the flags and switches that control displays and output.
Maybe this goes without saying, but I would assert that your satisfaction with etm — in either layout — will depend a lot on how much time you take to learn it.
That being said, this might be a practical calendar tool for you, if you need (or just prefer) something with two different faces on it. 😉