Pascal Rigaux | 24 May 10:30 2016
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Events longer than one day do not display correctly when they have recurrence

Hi,

I was looking at issue https://bugs.horde.org/ticket/4438 :
In kronolith dynamic view, events longer than one day do not display correctly when they have recurrence.

I know the issue "Recurring events overlapping days incorrectly shown" is complex
( https://bugs.horde.org/ticket/12488 )

But I still think a cleanup could fix the weekly dynamic view on non overlapping events:

Kronolith::addEvents() with $covertDates:

- for recurring events : uses Kronolith::addCoverDates()

- for non recurring events : uses code similar toKronolith::addCoverDates(),
   but for days in between the start and end day, the range is midnight to midnight,
   and for the edge days it's start to midnight, and midnight to end.

I see no reason why recurring events should return a different kind of value.
This breaks badly the display in dynamic view (cf screenshot).
(NB: non dynamic view works correctly)

The following patch ensures recurring and non recurring events are treated equally:
https://github.com/prigaux/horde/commit/926601bd7a7b5527262ee0f74ac3b4c4b95f99c6

This fixes weekly dynamic view.

WYT?

cu
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Fernando Duarte | 23 May 15:47 2016
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calendar statistics

hello all,

I want to know if my users are using/sharing calendars. Some basic
statistics.

How can i find the number of active calendars? and fraction of shared
calendars?

thanks in advance.
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krono | 23 May 10:32 2016

Call to a member function write() on null

Hello kronolith list,

I have an installation of horde using
bitnami-horde-5.2.14-1-linux-x64-installer.run on ubuntu 16.04.
As for the custom mail server I toggle between 2 almost identical setups:
1. dovecot/postfix on ubuntu 12.04
2. dovecot/postfix on ubuntu 16.04
The toggling is done by updating the hostspec and host in imap section of
/opt/horde-5.2.14-1/apps/horde/htdocs/imp/config/backends.php and
restarting the stack - everything works fine.

I was creating an event in the calendar of a user while connected to the
mail server of ubuntu 12.04.
When I update the horde backend to the ubuntu 16.04 installation, and
try to login, I get the following web message:

A fatal error has occurred
Call to a member function write() on null
Details have been logged for the administrator.

and a message pops up on the console:
HORDE[15202]: [imp] Call to a member function write() on null [pid 15202
on line 4429 of
"/opt/horde-5.2.14-1/php/lib/php/Horde/Imap/Client/Socket.php"]

This happens only when I try to login to that specific user while
connected to the 16.04.
No problem when the backend points to the 12.04 and no problem to login
to other users when the backend points to 16.04. I also created a
calendar for another user on the 16.04, just to verify that 16.04 is
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Michael J Rubinsky | 16 May 20:57 2016
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Re: Calendar syncing issues


Quoting John H. Bennett III <bennettj <at> thebennetthome.com>:

> Quoting Michael J Rubinsky <mrubinsk <at> horde.org>:
>
>> Quoting John H. Bennett III <bennettj <at> thebennetthome.com>:
>>
>>> Quoting "John H. Bennett III" <bennettj <at> thebennetthome.com>:
>>>
>>>> Quoting Michael J Rubinsky <mrubinsk <at> horde.org>:
>>>>
>>>>> Quoting Michael J Rubinsky <mrubinsk <at> horde.org>:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Quoting John H. Bennett III <bennettj <at> thebennetthome.com>:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Quoting Simon B <simon.buongiorno <at> gmail.com>:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> On 14 Apr 2016 05:35, "John H. Bennett III"  
>>>>>>>> <bennettj <at> thebennetthome.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>  Quoting bennettj <at> thebennetthome.com:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>  
>>>>>>>>>>      -------- Original message --------
>>>>>>>>>>    From: Michael J Rubinsky <mrubinsk <at> horde.org>
>>>>>>>>>>    Date: 4/5/16 8:11 AM (GMT-06:00)
>>>>>>>>>>    To: kronolith <at> lists.horde.org
>>>>>>>>>>    Subject: Re: [kronolith] Calendar syncing issues
>>>>>>>>>>     
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Philipp Faeustlin | 13 Apr 14:20 2016
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Changing event start date/time

Hi,

I think found an fault or at least an unwanted behaviour.

When editing an existing event start to empty fields and saving that event.

The results is an event that starts probably at day 0 in year 0. I 
didn't scroll back that far, but the database entry for that event says 
event_start = "0000-00-00 00:00:00".
The problem now is, as user your don't have a possibility to resolve 
your mistake, because you're unable to edit or remove this event.

As admin I had to change the event_start on database layer, to be able 
to edit the event again.

I think it shouldn't be possible to save an event with empty date, or it 
should automatically save an working date (for example midnight same day).

Regards

Philipp

PS.: Tested with current firefox, chrome and up-to-date version of horde.

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Christoph Haas | 5 Apr 18:34 2016
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horde/rpc.php/principals/user/ empty since some releases


Hello,

these days I wanted to setup a new smartphone for DAV-sync of  
calendars, contacts and tasks. But I did not succeed.

Investigations via web-browser revealed that the  
horde/rpc.php/principals/user/ was empty.
Thus the directories horde/rpc.php/calendars/user etc. are filled with  
the correct data.
user here is a placeholder for the real username.

I have the same results on two different Horde-installations. One  
upgraded to 5.2.12 since horde 4, the other a brand new installation  
with horde 5.2.13.

I saw there was a long time ago tickets 12246 and 12275 in which the  
subject were empty principal-directories also, but I know the  
principals worked for me about 1,5 years ago, where I configured  
another smartphone for sync.

Has anybody a clue what happened and how to fix this situation? Of  
course as a workaround I can configure calendars, addressbooks and  
tasks seperately, but with working principals this was much more easy  
:-(

TIA
Christoph.

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Michael J Rubinsky | 5 Apr 14:06 2016
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Re: Calendar syncing issues

Re-adding the mailing list in CC for the remainder of the discussion.

Quoting John H. Bennett III <bennettj <at> thebennetthome.com>:

> Quoting Michael J Rubinsky <mrubinsk <at> horde.org>:
>
>> Quoting John H. Bennett III <bennettj <at> thebennetthome.com>:
>>
>>> Quoting Michael J Rubinsky <mrubinsk <at> horde.org>:
>>>
>>>> Quoting John H. Bennett III <bennettj <at> thebennetthome.com>:
>>>>
>>>>> Hello all,
>>>>>
>>>>> I am having an issue getting my calendar to sync, correctly.  If  
>>>>> I add an event using kronolith, then that event won't sync to my  
>>>>> mobile device.  I will still get the event reminder, and the  
>>>>> event will be shown in the daily agenda email.  If I add an  
>>>>> event using my mobile, then that event will sync just fine to  
>>>>> kronolith.  I've no idea how this get into this state.  Things  
>>>>> had been working just fine until the last set of updates, but  
>>>>> I'm not sure if those updates are really the cause.
>>>>>
>>>>> If it will help, I can provide a sync log showing when I add an  
>>>>> event to my phone, then sync, and when I add with kronolith and  
>>>>> sync, which hopefully would show something.
>>>>>
>>>>> I appreciate whatever help can be given to me.
>>>>
>>>> You don't mention what protocol you are using to synchronize.
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John H. Bennett III | 1 Apr 03:39 2016

Calendar syncing issues

Hello all,

I am having an issue getting my calendar to sync, correctly.  If I add  
an event using kronolith, then that event won't sync to my mobile  
device.  I will still get the event reminder, and the event will be  
shown in the daily agenda email.  If I add an event using my mobile,  
then that event will sync just fine to kronolith.  I've no idea how  
this get into this state.  Things had been working just fine until the  
last set of updates, but I'm not sure if those updates are really the  
cause.

If it will help, I can provide a sync log showing when I add an event  
to my phone, then sync, and when I add with kronolith and sync, which  
hopefully would show something.

I appreciate whatever help can be given to me.

Thank you,

John

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daniele ponzoni | 17 Mar 12:45 2016
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sending unsolicited e-mails

HI all
sorry for my English ^_^
I have the problem with krnonolith

i have installed horde webmail  in a debian 8 jessie

when the horde users accept one invite at event whith outlook

the calendar send an email to all meeting invitees as if he were the
creator of the meeting while it is only an invitee

It has happened to someone ?

Thanks

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Torsten Kockler | 12 Mar 18:12 2016
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Empty line at the beginning of .ics files

Hi!

If I access the ics-file from the WebDAV/ICS subscription address, the file 
always starts with a newline '\n' before the  "BEGIN:VCALENDAR".

0000000  nl   B   E   G   I   N   :   V   C   A   L   E   N   D   A   R
0000020  cr  nl   V   E   R   S   I   O   N   :   2   .   0  cr  nl   X

Unfortunately this breaks the parsing of the file in my Android-Phone App (ICSSync).

horde                        5.2.9   stable
kronolith                    4.2.15  stable
php5                           5.6.17+dfsg-0+deb8u1
apache2                        2.4.10-10+deb8u4

If this is a misconfiguration maybe you can give me a hint where I can start 
digging.

Thanks
Torsten
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Dominik Erdmann | 6 Mar 12:44 2016
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InvalidArgumentException: Key must match the attendee's ID

Hi!

I'm using the latest git version and getting an error when accessing the 
CalDAV
address:

<d:error><s:sabredav-version>2.1.7</s:sabredav-version><s:exception>InvalidArgumentException</s:exception><s:message>Key 
must match the attendee's ID</s:message></d:error>

I run the SQL statement:

SELECT `event_attendees` FROM `kronolith_events` WHERE `event_attendees` 
!= 'a:0:{}'

But don't know how to interpret the result (see attachment).

Can someone help me?

Thanks
Dominik
"C:23:""Kronolith_Attendee_List"":6:{a:0:{}}"
"a:2:{s:18:""email2 <at> address.com"";a:3:{s:10:""attendance"";i:1;s:8:""response"";i:1;s:4:""name"";s:20:""Name1"";}s:19:""email3 <at> address.com"";a:3:{s:10:""attendance"";i:1;s:8:""response"";i:1;s:4:""name"";N;}}"
"a:1:{s:34:""email1 <at> address.com"";a:3:{s:10:""attendance"";i:1;s:8:""response"";i:1;s:4:""name"";s:16:""Name2"";}}"
"a:1:{s:19:""User1"";a:3:{s:10:""attendance"";i:1;s:8:""response"";i:2;s:4:""name"";s:19:""User1"";}}"
"C:23:""Kronolith_Attendee_List"":6:{a:0:{}}"
"a:1:{s:19:""User1"";a:3:{s:10:""attendance"";i:1;s:8:""response"";i:2;s:4:""name"";s:19:""User1"";}}"
"C:23:""Kronolith_Attendee_List"":6:{a:0:{}}"
"C:23:""Kronolith_Attendee_List"":6:{a:0:{}}"
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