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I would like to view a calendar for the current month, with each week having a week number against it. Is there an application to do this?

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The properties under the clock / calendar can be adjusted to do that. –  Ringtail Mar 18 '12 at 17:16
    
Please see this: askubuntu.com/questions/129985/… It works on my 12.04(Classic-gnome2) –  user1333445 Apr 16 '13 at 8:43

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The default time & calendar indicator applet has this built it - you just need to enable the option.

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Has the settings menu been dumbed down? I could not see such an option in Ubuntu 11.10 running Gnome Shell and hence I had to do askubuntu.com/a/226443/32792 –  k0pernikus Dec 7 '12 at 10:53

Running gsettings set org.gnome.shell.calendar show-weekdate true solved the problem for me.

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There's something missing here. Under both 12.04 and 12.10 this results in the error message: "No such schema 'org.gnome.shell.calendar'" –  fabricator4 Dec 7 '12 at 11:27
    
@fabricator4 I am running Gnome Shell instead of Unity. –  k0pernikus Dec 15 '12 at 21:15
    
Still works like a charm in Ubuntu 13.10 with GNOME (Shell) 3.10, with the exception of a slight misalignment of the numbers. –  Forage Feb 4 at 10:26

This is not acutally a calendar application, but it displays the week numbers: The Gnome-Calendar applet. A screenshot from Gnome2:

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On 12.04 after moving from unity to gnome-shell, I had to

gsettings set com.canonical.indicator.datetime show-week-numbers true

to have weeknumbers in the calendar notification applet.

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