kfr- | 26 Feb 22:23 2015
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Lightning 4.0a2

I am the meeting organiser. The meeting that I created had 5 invitations.

How can I see who accepted the meeting invitation in the calendar? If I double click on the meeting, it
doesn't show me who accepted.
kfr- | 24 Feb 23:45 2015
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Lightning 3.8b1 Email Invitation Acceptance is Missing

The ability to Accept/Tentative/Reject meeting invitations in an email are now gone with  TB 36,0B1 with
Lightning 3.8b1 on Mac 10.10.2

Can someone else confirm this on a different platform?
kfr- | 19 Feb 01:51 2015
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libical vs icaljs

Is icaljs the preferred library going forward?

The bugs i'm running into seem to be fixed with calendar.icaljs=true
kfr- | 19 Feb 01:47 2015
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Configuring Lightning automatically

So far, I have figured out how to install addons automatically on windows and linux desktops.

I'm wondering how I can configure lightning automatically with default calendars?
Philipp Kewisch | 12 Feb 01:31 2015
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Re: Asynchronous file synchronization of Lightning DB

Hi,

the sqlite stuff is provided by the Mozilla Platform, so there is only a
certain amount we control. I don't think there is any code that checks
if the file is overwritten.

You might want to subscribe to a local .ics file and synchronize that
instead (touch the file, then use File > Open > Calendar File).

Philipp

On 2/10/15 11:09 PM, fname-xml lname-xml wrote:
> I run several linux machines and synchronize my files using Unison
(http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/) on removable media.  I'm considering using Mozilla
Lightning on these machines and want to better understand synchronizing the Lightning DB
(calendar-data/local.sqlite).  I cannot keep my calendar in the cloud, so synchronizing with webdav or
Google Calendar isn't relevant here.
> 
> I'd tremendously getting your input on these questions:
> 
> 1) When local.sqlite is overwritten by file synchronization, will Lightning detect that event and
invalidate any in-memory caching?  Are there any integrity or concurrency issues here?
> 
> 2) Is it necessary to exit Thunderbird/Lightning before synchronizing?
> 
> 3) If my calendars get out of sync, is there a batch tool (not GUI) that dumps calendar-data/local.sqlite
to an .ICS, and a batch tool (not GUI) that imports a merged .ICS into calendar-data/local.sqlite? 
> 
> [Back story: Upon detecting a file hash/timestamp conflict, unison can launch an arbitrary merge tool. 
I'd write a script that dumps both Lightning local.sqlite files to ICS, invoke a text file merge tool like
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fname-xml lname-xml | 10 Feb 23:09 2015
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Asynchronous file synchronization of Lightning DB

I run several linux machines and synchronize my files using Unison
(http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/) on removable media.  I'm considering using Mozilla
Lightning on these machines and want to better understand synchronizing the Lightning DB
(calendar-data/local.sqlite).  I cannot keep my calendar in the cloud, so synchronizing with webdav or
Google Calendar isn't relevant here.

I'd tremendously getting your input on these questions:

1) When local.sqlite is overwritten by file synchronization, will Lightning detect that event and
invalidate any in-memory caching?  Are there any integrity or concurrency issues here?

2) Is it necessary to exit Thunderbird/Lightning before synchronizing?

3) If my calendars get out of sync, is there a batch tool (not GUI) that dumps calendar-data/local.sqlite to
an .ICS, and a batch tool (not GUI) that imports a merged .ICS into calendar-data/local.sqlite? 

[Back story: Upon detecting a file hash/timestamp conflict, unison can launch an arbitrary merge tool. 
I'd write a script that dumps both Lightning local.sqlite files to ICS, invoke a text file merge tool like
meld or ediff-merge, and generate a merged local.sqlite.

4) Am I missing an obviously better, cleaner, and incredibly simpler solution? 

Thanks for any thoughts!
Iacopo Benesperi | 16 Jan 06:50 2015

Lightning 3.6b4 (for SM 2.32)?

Hi,
I was wondering if Lightning 3.6b4 or however it's going to be called
that is compatible with the Gecko version of SeaMonkey 2.32 is going to
be released soon, as people are upgrading to the latest version of
SeaMonkey and fnding their calendar not working anymore.

Thanks,
Iacopo
NoOp | 5 Dec 04:05 2014

Showstopper: Lightning 3.6b1 crashes entire Gnome session

Please have a look at this bug report:

<https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1106034>
(Lightning 3.6b1 crashes entire Gnome session)

IMO this is a complete showstopper & should be upgraded to 'Critical' as
it destroys the desktop session.
cheekybuddha | 25 Nov 14:03 2014
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Lightning 3.8a1 not working with thunderbird-trunk on Ubuntu

Hi,

Using:
Ubuntu 12.04
Thunderbird Daily - 36.0a1 (2014-11-14) installed from ppa (https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-mozilla-daily/+archive/ubuntu/ppa)
Lightning nightly - 3.8a1 (from 2014-11-12 to 2014-11-24) installed manually from https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/calendar/lightning/nightly/

Have only just had time to test in fresh profile - no other addons installed.

Only one google calendar added (I normally have 6!) using caldav (not the provider)

I have a log of the error console with calendar.debug.log and calendar.debug.log.verbose set to true in about:config

First part is just the startup messages, then messages after right-clicking the calendar and choosing 'Synchronize'.

However, I can't find how to make an attachment through google groups, and posting the whole log in this
message gives an error on posting.

Anything I can do to sort this out? Let me know if I can send the log anywhere.

TIA,

d
Philipp Kewisch | 17 Nov 23:43 2014
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Re: Fwd: [Bug 1164856] New: thunderbird-lightning-gdata needs update to new version

To be honest, right now its only on AMO. Given the deadlines I haven't
gotten around to pushing this to c-c.

I hope to finally push the changes once I have that last bug figured out.

Philipp

On 11/17/14 8:03 PM, Orion Poplawski wrote:
> So -  where am I supposed to get the source for gdata 1.0.2 in order to
> package it?
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> Subject: [Bug 1164856] New: thunderbird-lightning-gdata needs update to new
> version
> Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2014 17:54:49 +0000
> From: bugzilla <at> redhat.com
> To: orion <at> cora.nwra.com
> 
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1164856
> 
>             Bug ID: 1164856
>            Summary: thunderbird-lightning-gdata needs update to new
>                     version
>            Product: Fedora
>            Version: 20
>          Component: thunderbird-lightning
>           Assignee: orion <at> cora.nwra.com
>           Reporter: dimitris <at> gmail.com
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Orion Poplawski | 17 Nov 20:03 2014

Fwd: [Bug 1164856] New: thunderbird-lightning-gdata needs update to new version

So -  where am I supposed to get the source for gdata 1.0.2 in order to
package it?

Thanks.

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: [Bug 1164856] New: thunderbird-lightning-gdata needs update to new
version
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2014 17:54:49 +0000
From: bugzilla <at> redhat.com
To: orion <at> cora.nwra.com

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1164856

            Bug ID: 1164856
           Summary: thunderbird-lightning-gdata needs update to new
                    version
           Product: Fedora
           Version: 20
         Component: thunderbird-lightning
          Assignee: orion <at> cora.nwra.com
          Reporter: dimitris <at> gmail.com
        QA Contact: extras-qa <at> fedoraproject.org
                CC: orion <at> cora.nwra.com

Description of problem:

Current repo version 0.32-5 no longer works with GCal.  GCal now seems to
require OAuth, which the current addons.mozilla.org version, 1.0.2, does
support.
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