Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2001 06:30:11 +1100 From: Jeff Waugh <jdub perkypants org> Hi all, Here's a missing feature from the GNOME desktop that I've been yearning for whilst doing release management for GNOME 2.0. Difficulty: Low-Medium. Knowledge: Bonobo, Applets, GNOME 2.0 platform. Release management means hounding and hassling people, and meeting up with them. Because GNOME is a very, very international project - and partly because I'm in Australia ;) - getting times together is troublesome to say the least. Having an international time viewer as part of the standard clock applet would be incredibly good, so you can quickly pop up a world map and browse for times (a more advanced utility would let you mark out times and scan for an appropriate meeting time, but this is out of the scope of the clock applet).
I'm interested in working on this. How exactly do you see it working though, your description kind of confused me?
Now, whether this can be done in time for GNOME 2.0 is another question entirely, but there are quite a few weeks to feature freeze.
I don't know if I can get it done in time. I guess we'll see though :)
Hope someone is interested in picking up this minor, but exceptionally useful feature! Thanks, - Jeff
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