Re: [Evolution] glib 2.54.1 requierd for 3.31 ?

On Wed, 2018-11-14 at 14:11 +0100, Milan Crha via evolution-list wrote:
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On Wed, 2018-11-14 at 12:18 +0000, Joakim Tjernlund wrote:
Nice, though I think glib-2.54 would be better.

that's only a minimum requirement. And the function in question was
nothing serious.

That is something else. I do got a gitlab account but Gnome projects
like Evo won't let me in anyway, insisting that I should create yet
another account.

It depends what you mean with the gitlab account. If an account under, then it's not what I'm talking about. GNOME runs its own
independent instance of the GitLab [1], and as much as it's independent
also the user accounts are independent. It's like the old bugzilla with
couple added features.

Oh, I see. I figured you used gitlab's infra. But then why did the migration
not inherit the old accounts ?

This is way worse than the previous github hosting.

GNOME was never hosted on github. There had been (and still is) a
mirror of GNOME projects there, but it was not checked by many
maintainers, thus it's really only a mirror and nothing else.

Sorry, I misremembered.

So I stay with email for now, hoping for the best.

Okay, no problem. Though solving issues by mail is something which will
probably not happen, because it'll get lost easily. I'd be also afraid
of other mailing list users not being happy to see any further detailed
investigation. Just saying.

Thanks for listning anyway. I have the opposite experience though(from the old bugzilla)
There are many reports there that are unfixed and I always had a hard time finding stuff there.

1) Moved meeting still pop up an reminder at the old/initial time.

Needs exact steps, like move by whom and how.

Moved by the Organizer, I get the usual calendar notice in my mbox and I choose
Update. The meeting is moved in my calendar but the reminder fired at the at old time.

2) In Calendar view(see Screenshoot) I see multiple entries for the
same person with just Status changed(Needs Attention, Accepted,
Tentative etc).

I do not see that here. List of attendees is provided by the server.

I see, but could could this list possibly contain the whole history of changes?
At first i just see Needs Attention for all, then as attendees reply, I see more
entries added to the end.

   Scrolling the Attendee window is broken when Theme adds arrows in
the scrollbar.

Broken? Does mouse wheel work? Does clicking the scroll up/down button
work? Can the scrollbar button be dragged? I'm afraid this is lower in
the stack, like in gtk+, when the place for the scrollbar is too small.
I'm only guessing.

Mouse wheel usually works but dragging the scrollbar does not, seems the scrollbar is to big now
so one cannot slide it up/down. Could be that there is a minimum scrollbar size and the
window is too small. Maybe if you added say 2 more lines in the window it would go away?

3) Attendee window cannot be resized


Any chance this can be fixed? It is quite difficult to navigate this window when many attendees.

4) Cancelled meetings remains but are prefixed Cancelled in Summary

Edit->Preferences->Calendar and Tasks->View tab->Hide cancelled events.
Its availability depends on the evolution version:

I have this fix, will try it.
As I recall(not 100% sure though), I got reminders from these Cancelled events,
will these be "hidden" too?

5) Opening a meeting always generates an error:
      "Event cannot be fully edited, because you are not the
   even though I haven't tried to edit anything yet.

Well, you opened an editor, where you can edit event details. Some
fields are disabled. Rather than cause a confusion "why cannot I edit
this field, while I can edit that field", user is warned with the
reason "proactively".

Well I just opened an meeting to look at stuff in it.
Suppose emacs( or your favourite editor) popped up an error window every time you open an readonly file ...


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