Re: Palm entries with no time

But isn't a todo object essentially a timeless event. I've read that
gnomecal supports vCal compliance with it's files (and it appears to). It
also supports todo items. It seems odd the other way. If I have something
that needs to be done sometime that day (phone call, turn in report, etc.)
but has no specific time associated with it, I make it with no time. If I
have something that I want all day, I would explicitly declare it. Also,
can't alarms, start/end dates, and such be associated with todo objects as

Also, I guess I should of asked first, what is Evolution? Thanks!


On Tue, 4 Apr 2000, Eskil Heyn Olsen wrote:

> On Mon, 3 Apr 2000, Ti Leggett wrote:
> > and couldn't find it. I was sondering why calendar entries with no time on
> > the Palm translate to an all day event in gnome-cal? Why not a todo
> > object instead of event? Thanks.
> Because gnomecal does not support timeless events, only all-day events.
> Also, translating them to todo items seems... odd. At least to me. 
> We've decided not to do anything about this, and just eagerly wait for
> Evolution.
> /dev/eskil
> ---

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