I think most people would agree that one of the drawbacks of picking up a new program is learning how it works. That much is assumed.
I would add another impediment in how it’s configured — and not just because I suspect the greater portion of my failures in this little adventure to be ascribable to my failure to configure things properly.
But it does stand out when a program — no matter how small or insignificant — takes the wise step of borrowing a configuration from another application, especially if it is considerably influential.
And after that, it becomes a piece of cake to use. minder knows its directory, the date and beyond that can show you anything you need.
It’s a little wordy though; days with no events are shown in the same fashion as busy days.
And it doesn’t have color. I do like color. 😦
minder comes from the same author that penned (typed?) brinance, which you might remember from months ago.
minder is already a decade old and shows no signs of obsoleteness or breakage. So if you’re looking for a program to sponsor in AUR, or something painless-slash-effortless to add to Debian, this could work.