Download a dodecahedral calendar. You can choose between PostScript and PDF format. Choose PostScript format if you want to mark holidays and birthdays. The PostScript file explains how to do it.
*) Week numbering follows ISO 8601
**) PostScript software is available from http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/. PDF software is available via PDFreaders.com.
Once upon a time I made a PostScript program to print templates for generic polyhedra called polyeder.ps. This program was posted to comp.lang.postscript after a request for this kind of program. Andrew Rogers added code to polyeder.ps and turned the dodecahedron into a 12-month desk calendar and posted it to comp.sources.postscript.
I've made a few changes to Andrew Rogers' deskcal, and wrapped it into a script to make it more available for people without knowledge in PostScript.
I have reused Andrew Rogers' calendar generator, so you can get calendars on Nick Robinson's rhombic A4 units, and make a rhombic dodecahedron calendar. This variant is made without glue.
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