Re: [gDesklets] Calendar help

Hi Ronny,

I thought you should just need the latest available of each.  I forget why
the Control throws that any case, I've removed the error in the
latest version I have on my computer.  Tell you what: since you're
interested, I'll see if I can get the Control checked in to the
desklets-basic repository today.  I'll let you know so you can test it out :)


On 01/28/2012 08:45 AM, Ronny Lorenz wrote:
> Hi Joe,
> I have some difficulties using your calendar display...
> When it is loaded, it complains about the following:
> year is out of range
> /home/ronny/.gdesklets/Displays/Calendar/Calendar.display
>   107     if (key == "ShowEvents"):
>   108         Prefs.EventsEnumeration.enabled   = value
>   109         if (not value):
>   110             ical.uri = None
>   111         else:
>> 112             ical.uri = path + EventSetChoosed
>   113         Prefs.EventColor.enabled          = value
>   114         Prefs.EventInfoLabelColor.enabled = value
>   115         Prefs.EventInfoLabelFont.enabled  = value
>   116
>   117     #
>   118     # Reaction to change in selected events list
> and then refuses to scroll through the months via mouse scroll wheel (this
> worked in an older version)
> I got the display from launchpad (gdesklets-basic) and the control from the
> homepage...
> Do I need any different modified version of either the control or the
> display to get it working again?
> greetings
> Ronny
> On 01/27/2012 02:44 AM, Joe Sapp wrote:
>> Hi Ronny,
>> I have made the changes necessary to integrate Calendar with iCalendarEvent
>> and have checked those into to the "Basic desklets" bazaar branch.  I hope
>> within the next week I will get iCE checked in as well.  The last few months
>> have been, uh, unusually busy. :)  Then maybe I can fix the latest open bug
>> and we can push out a release!
>> The good news is that you could start using it right away if you have the
>> Control installed already.  More good news: the latest version supports
>> CalDAV (I specifically tested it with Google Calendar).  I don't recall if
>> writing to calendars is supported completely...I think it's just writing
>> recurring events that isn't implemented (if you want to create a bi-weekly
>> event on Tuesdays and Thursdays, you really should use a full calendar
>> program to make it).
>> Finally, I've only converted most of the "general" events.  Mainly because I
>> can read them and they're implementable in the Gregorian calendar.
>> Joe
>> On 01/26/2012 07:24 AM, Ronny Lorenz wrote:
>>> Hi Joe,
>>> in the last days I also wondered about converting the nice Calender display
>>> to be capable of doing a lot more.
>>> Do I understand it right that you first want to convert the already builtin
>>> events into iCal format such that those
>>> events may be used by other programs as well? Or that other programs which
>>> are able to produce iCal format
>>> can be used to create the event list for the Calendar display?
>>> Because I was thinking at least one step ahead ;)
>>> I thought it would be quite cool to either use the already existing
>>> iCalenderEvent control or to program a new
>>> control capable of communicating via CalDAV with any calendar server. (even
>>> if it first just means to make
>>> external calendars readonly)
>>> This would enable the display to subscribe to multiple calendar sources
>>> (e.g. google calendar or any private
>>> calendar server). In my opinion and also for my purposes this should be
>>> somehow thought of (I already have an
>>> own calendar server that helps me synchronize my smartphone with my desktop
>>> at work and at home...)
>>> Are you also interested in features like this?
>>> greetz
>>> Ronny
>>> On 10/24/2011 03:25 AM, Joe Sapp wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I'm trying to convert the Calendar desklet (included in the gD
>>>> distribution)
>>>> into something more manageable, which means using the iCalendar (just RFC
>>>> 2445 [1]) format.  I'm looking for some volunteers to put together
>>>> calendars
>>>> with at least the basic, yearly recurring events found in events.script.
>>>> Don't worry about the "general" events list, I'm almost finished with it.
>>>> If it's more complicated than "every year on January 1" and you don't want
>>>> to dig into the RFC, just skip it and I'll try to get around to it.  I just
>>>> need some help getting started.  I don't care if you use Mozilla
>>>> Lightning/Sunbird, Outlook, Google Calendar, vi...just as long as it's
>>>> compliant with the RFC.
>>>> Let me know if you can help.  Thanks.
>>>> -- 
>>>> Joe
>>>> [1]

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