I finished a very beta version of the Tibetam calendar for year 2138 (Mar 2011 - Feb 2012) and put it at: http://www.kirtundercoffer.com/projects ... index.html
The calendar currently follows Buz Overbeck's application format except it is very bare bones right now (it lacks astrological information and probably always will, but it also lacks geographic settings, etc.).
I still need to go over the calendar data and make sure it is correct (it is correct for most days).
I wrote this under Linux and it looks okay on my Linux machine. However I'm not so happy with the look under Windows so I'll look into putting out a C# version. I have no way of checking out the look and feel under MacOS. I'd appreciate it if people would give it a spin and let me know how it works out on their machine.
I packaged the application and the libraries for it in one, single JAR file (a JAR file is a Java executable file): TibetanCalendar2138.jar
. Just download the file and double click on the icon that your system creates to run it. This will run under Linux, MacOS X and WIndows.
Within the next week I'll make several modifications as time permits but right now it's a minimally functional calendar.