Re: Fixing calendars in GNOME

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On Thu, 2016-03-17 at 21:25 +0100, Alberto Salvia Novella wrote:
As you probably know, for one reason or other, scheduling
have important drawbacks in GNOME right now. And after studying the 
problem for a while, I came to the conclusion that the California 
application is the closest to do it right now.


Thanks for taking initiative with this. I agree, we need to roll out a
modern calendar app sooner rather than later.

Are you aware of the GNOME Calendar project, and if so, can you
elaborate on why you think California is a better bet than improving
GNOME Calendar? The applications look quite similar to me, but GNOME
Calendar is a very active project headed towards becoming a core GNOME
app, whereas California is completely dead.

The only reason GNOME Calendar is not in core already is that I've
found it's slow and awkward to select start and end time when adding
new events, as compared to doing the same quickly and easily in
Evolution. This is a problem, but I don't think this would be so hard
to improve.


P.S. You linked to Ubuntu's downstream bugtracker; California uses for bug tracking:

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