Anant Athavale | 1 Dec 05:13 2006
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Reminder mail Date is not in DD/MM/YYYY format.

Dear List:

I created an event and a set a reminder.

We have the following
setting in horde/prefs.php and locked.

$_prefs['date_format'] = array(
     'value' => '%d/%m/%Y',

In this scenario, I get the following mail as a reminder.

-----------------------------------
You requested to be reminded about Nilima's Birthday, which is on 12/01/2006
at 06:00.

------------------------------

Here, the Actual Date is in 01/12/2006 (DD/MM/YYYY).  But, in the mail  
it is MM/DD/YYYY format.  As per our settings, it should have come in  
DD/MM/YYYY format.

I feel this is a bug.  Should I file bug report.

Regards,

Anant.

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Chuck Hagenbuch | 1 Dec 05:17 2006

Re: Reminder mail Date is not in DD/MM/YYYY format.

Quoting Anant Athavale <asa <at> isac.gov.in>:

> Here, the Actual Date is in 01/12/2006 (DD/MM/YYYY).  But, in the  
> mail it is MM/DD/YYYY format.  As per our settings, it should have  
> come in DD/MM/YYYY format.
>
> I feel this is a bug.  Should I file bug report.

Only after searching the closed bugs for this issue - I believe this  
was fixed recently.

-chuck

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Anant Athavale | 1 Dec 05:41 2006
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Re: Reminder mail Date is not in DD/MM/YYYY format.

I only had filed a bug earlier.  But, it was for Start & End Date.  It  
was solved and issue was with iCalender.  This is different.

-Anant.

Quoting Chuck Hagenbuch <chuck <at> horde.org>:

> Quoting Anant Athavale <asa <at> isac.gov.in>:
>
>> Here, the Actual Date is in 01/12/2006 (DD/MM/YYYY).  But, in the   
>> mail it is MM/DD/YYYY format.  As per our settings, it should have   
>> come in DD/MM/YYYY format.
>>
>> I feel this is a bug.  Should I file bug report.
>
> Only after searching the closed bugs for this issue - I believe this
> was fixed recently.
>
> -chuck
>
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Regards,

Anant.
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Chris Stromsoe | 6 Dec 19:46 2006

partial hour appointments don't show up as a busy hour in freebusy

If I make an appointment that lasts from XX:00 to XX:50, the hour shows up 
as free in my freebusy, when really it should show up as busy.  This is 
with Kronolith 2.1.4.  Is this a bug or intentional behavior (since there 
is 10 minutes of time "free" in the hour)?

-Chris
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Frank Domina | 6 Dec 20:09 2006
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Time Zone Issues

This sounds like a bug to me:

    User 1 is configured with EST timezone.
    User 2 is configured with CST timezone.

    User 2 creates event starting at 10am.
    User 2 shares calendar with User 1.

    User 1 views calendar and sees event as starting at 10am, but it really starts at 11am in User 1's timezone.

It makes no sense to display event times based upon the calendar owner's timezone, instead of the calendar
viewer's timezone.

Actually, it's like the times are not being translated for timezones at all, because if an event is set up
for, say 10am with the user's timezone set to EST, then the user changes his timezone to CST and re-displays
the calendar, it still says the event is at 10am....but is should show it being at 9am.

Is there any server-wide configuration item causing this?  The hosting company I use says everything is set
up properly from a server installation perspective...so either they're wrong, or these are actual
Kronolith bugs.

Regards,
Frank

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Muskingum Web Manager | 7 Dec 01:15 2006

CVS Head Issue

I downloaded the December 06, 2006 CVS Head files for KRONOLITH, and I am
receiving an error that reads:

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Not Acceptable

An appropriate representation of the requested resource
/horde/kronolith/view.php could not be found on this server.
----------------------
Apache/2.2.2 (Fedora) Server at testsrv.cns.muskingum.edu Port 80

Any ideas? For now I'm rolling back to my previous update. I just took the
CVS files, popped in my conf.php file (which I promptly updated). No mods
have been made to the files yet. All other modules (Horde, IMP, Ingo, Jonah,
Mnemo, Nag, Sesha, Trean, Turba, and Whups) are CVS Head versions from
12-06-2006.

Regards,
Aaron M. Hall
Muskingum College Web Coordinator
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Chuck Hagenbuch | 7 Dec 06:13 2006

Re: partial hour appointments don't show up as a busy hour in freebusy

Quoting Chris Stromsoe <cbs <at> cts.ucla.edu>:

> If I make an appointment that lasts from XX:00 to XX:50, the hour  
> shows up as free in my freebusy, when really it should show up as  
> busy.  This is with Kronolith 2.1.4.  Is this a bug or intentional  
> behavior (since there is 10 minutes of time "free" in the hour)?

I'm actually not sure what the correct solution here is, but by  
instinct, I think anything >= half an hour should mark the hour as  
busy if the resolution is an hour.

-chuck

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Steven De Boeck | 7 Dec 10:24 2006

Notifications even if creating event in own calendar

Hi all,

I'm giving Kronolith a test drive for the moment and have a small but 
strange issue. In my Calendar options, I have chosen to receive 
notifications of new, edited and deleted events on my calendar. It 
works, I receive notifications by e-mail if someone changes something on 
my calendar, but I even get e-mails if that someone is me! So everytime 
I add something to my own calendar, I get an e-mail notification.
Is this intended behaviour? If so, can I turn it off? If not, any idea 
what's wrong? Configuration mistake?

Info: I'm using the HEAD version of Horde and Kronolith, did a checkout 
yesterday (6 December 2006).

Best regards,

Steven
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Muskingum Web Manager | 7 Dec 16:41 2006

Re: CVS Head Issue

Follow Up:

This was due to my Apache configuration having the mod_security features
enabled (Fedora Core 5 defaults, apparently). For now, I have disabled the
filtering in the /etc/httpd/conf.d/mod_security.conf file (location may
vary, obviously):

<IfModule mod_security.c>

    # Turn the filtering engine On or Off
    SecFilterEngine Off

    # Should mod_security inspect POST payloads
    SecFilterScanPOST Off
....file will probably have other settings, but these were the relevant
settings....

If anyone knows a better configuration that will properly address this, then
I'm all ears... otherwise, I recommend a note be added to the Kronolith docs
advising users of the potential issue.

Regards,
Aaron M. Hall
Muskingum College Web Coordinator
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Some people think it will happen,
Others make it happen."

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Muskingum Web Manager | 7 Dec 16:50 2006

Re: Time on Month View

I do not believe this to be the only or best way to accomplish this, but as
a quick fix you might try:

In file /horde/kronolith/lib/Views/Month.php on-or-about lines 185-195
(depending on your version, it's 194-195 in the 12-06-2006 CVS file):

                                $event->getLink($timestamp, true,
$this->link(0, true)) . '<br />' . 
                                date($prefs->getValue('twentyFour') ? 'G:i'
: 'g:ia', $event->start->timestamp()) . '</div>';

This will give you the results you're looking for. This has been asked for
this on bugs.horde.org and here on the lists previously, and I believe it
was discussed for making additional fields be added to the view as a
preference.

Aaron M. Hall
Muskingum College Web Coordinator
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Some people think it will happen,
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