Re: GNOME Calendar plans for 3.22

I don't know how any of these topics are related to GNOME Calendar.

Please, reply to the appropriate thread instead.

Em ter, 29 de mar de 2016 às 22:49, Alvaro Kuolas <kuolas gmail com> escreveu:
I really love Gnome 3, but the most anti-feature It has (from my point of view) are:

 - Tracker installed and enabled as default (it should be optional)
 - Evolution integration with Gnome Desktop (again, this should be optional)
 - Gvfs and Nautilus seems to be under maintained (it is very slow for moving large files or many files)

It should be possible to be more modular and have a more light weight desktop with extras as optional and not mandatory?

I would gladly start working on these subject if there is no opposition to make them "modular" and "optional".

On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 1:15 PM, Georges Basile Stavracas Neto <georges stavracas gmail com> wrote:

as we release GNOME 3.20, it's time to start thinking about 3.22 features. Here's what I have in mind:

 - Week view: there was a mail thread about that, and I'm very happy to announce that Week view will happen in this release. Students (and I must say, strong ones) applied for working on this feature for GSoC/Outreachy. Mockups are available since last year [1][2][3][4], and the time to make them is now.

 - Edit dialog rework: Allan kindly reviewed the event editor dialog for Calendar, and we have a strong mockup [5] just waiting to be implemented. In fact, this work will add the ability to handle recurrency and alarms, long missing features.

 - Restyled date picker: this work will probably happen in Gtk+ side, but a reviewed version of the date picker (GtkCalendar widget) is available [5] and many other applications will benefit from this change

Suggestions are very welcome.


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