Julian F. Reschke | 1 Nov 11:31 2002
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Re: Mozilla Calendar 2002103013-cal

Same here.

"Nikita" <jen1444 <at> hotmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:aprnuf$q5i2 <at> ripley.netscape.com...
> Mike,
>
> I've uninstalled Mozilla completely, and reinstalled it fresh, along with
the calendar.  As of right now, I'm running "Mozilla 1.2b Mozilla/5.0
(Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.2b) Gecko/20021016" with calendar
"Mozilla Calendar 2002103109-cal".
>
> The two errors below still come up, and closing Calendar crashes Mozilla
as before.  Do you have any ideas on what to try?  I'd rather not roll back
to Mozilla 1.1 + Calendar 0.8, as I would lose out on a month worth of
features.
>
>
>
> Please help,
>
> -Nikita
>
>
> Mike Potter wrote:
>
> >Installing on Windows XP, Mozilla 1.2b and the latest calendar builds
> >shows no problems for me.
> >It may be your version of Mozilla I guess.
> >Mike
> >
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Mårten Svantesson | 2 Nov 17:29 2002
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Re: syncML & xCal, shall we ?

f95-msv <at> f.kth.se (Mårten Svantesson) writes:

> Davamundo <davamundo <at> netscape.net> writes:
> 
> > syncML (http://www.syncml.org/) and xCal
> > (http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-calsch-many-xcal-02.txt)
> > 
> >   seem (to me) to be established, portable, and oh-so extensible
> >   standards. Is the MozCal team considering adoption of either ? (or
> >   both ?)
> > 
> > 
> > Would this route not give us the most universal solution(s) to our
> > present calendaring challenges ? Would they not help us overcome
> > multiple OS / PDA / browser display headaches ? Does Mozilla not
> > already contain the XSLT mechanisms to transform the resulting files ?
> 
> To call xCal an established standard is not to stretch the truth a
> little. It's ripping the truth apart ;-) SyncML on the other hand is
> actually an established standard. ICal or VCal is often used with
> SyncML, so instead of the combination SyncML + xCal the combination
> SyncML + iCal seems the natural choice. On the other hand I reckon
> that if you have implemented one combination, the other would be easy.

I forgot to mention that vCalendar and iCalendar actually are
specified in the SyncML standard as the formats for syncing calendar
information. Unfortunately it's still vCalendar that is specified as
the mandatory format. ICalendar is recommended. And for tasks
iCalendar isn't specified at all, vTodo is. That seems like an
editorial glitch to me... On the other hand the standard has probably
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Marco Röben | 2 Nov 18:57 2002
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calendar start parameter

Hi!

Is there any start-parameter for mozilla to start the calendar?
Something like mozilla.exe -mail for the mail client.

regards
Marco

Brant Langer Gurganus | 2 Nov 21:05 2002

Re: calendar start parameter

Marco Röben wrote:
> Is there any start-parameter for mozilla to start the calendar?
> Something like mozilla.exe -mail for the mail client.
Yes, it is -calendar.

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Mozilla Technology Evangelism

Davamundo | 2 Nov 21:10 2002
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Re: syncML & xCal, shall we ?

Mårten Svantesson wrote:

> Davamundo  writes: 

blablabla

>
> >snip<
>
> To call xCal an established standard is not to stretch the truth a
> little. It's ripping the truth apart ;-) 

Of course, your're right !
What was I going on about ?

vCal is an established standard
   +
iCal is (simply?) a merging of vCal and vTodo
   +
xCal is (simply?) an expression of iCal, in XML
   =
xCal is an established standard ??

of course not ..
.. it's an evoloution !

perhaps the defacto Calendar/ToDo standard matured ?
It's still a good idea, right ?

thanks for the clarification !
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Peter Lairo | 2 Nov 22:01 2002

events from next month

it confuses the heck out of me that events from next/previous month are 
not visible in month view, even though those *days* are visible this 
month. :(

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Regards,

Peter Lairo

'What we're seeing with Web sites that are viewable only with IE is the 
privatization of the Web.'
(Mitchell Baker)

Wilbur Pan | 3 Nov 01:08 2002
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Deleting single instance of recurrent event

Hi,

I was wondering if this feature had been discussed for Mozilla calendar. 
  A search on google groups turned up no information.

I would like to set up a recurrent event (a weekly staff meeting, for 
example).  For times that I am unavailable for the meeting, or times 
when the location of the meeting is changed, I would like to delete or 
edit a single instance of the event without deleting the entire series.

This function is available in MS Outlook 2000 and on my Palm.  If I 
delete/edit an event that is part of a recurrent series, a window pops 
up asking if the deltion/changes apply to the entire series, or to the 
current instance.  This does not seem to be available for Mozilla.

Thanks,
Wilbur

Brant Langer Gurganus | 3 Nov 03:05 2002

Re: Deleting single instance of recurrent event

Wilbur Pan wrote:
> I would like to set up a recurrent event (a weekly staff meeting, for 
> example).  For times that I am unavailable for the meeting, or times 
> when the location of the meeting is changed, I would like to delete or 
> edit a single instance of the event without deleting the entire series.
You can add an exception to the series.  However, I do agree that we 
should get a dialog asking whether we want to delete that event (which 
would add an exception) or delete the series (which would delete the 
series).

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Brant Langer Gurganus
Default QA Contact, Europe: West
Mozilla Technology Evangelism

Marco Röben | 3 Nov 18:19 2002
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Re: calendar start parameter

Brant Langer Gurganus wrote:
> Marco Röben wrote:
>> Is there any start-parameter for mozilla to start the calendar?
>> Something like mozilla.exe -mail for the mail client.

> Yes, it is -calendar.

Thanks!

Nikita | 3 Nov 19:38 2002
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Re: Deleting single instance of recurrent event

Definitely a feature worth having.  I suppose the first thing that would have to be done is to be able to select
a single even from a recurrence.  Now, when one instance of an event is clicked, the whole recurrence is selected...

-Nikita.

Wilbur Pan wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I was wondering if this feature had been discussed for Mozilla calendar. 
>  A search on google groups turned up no information.
> 
> I would like to set up a recurrent event (a weekly staff meeting, for 
> example).  For times that I am unavailable for the meeting, or times 
> when the location of the meeting is changed, I would like to delete or 
> edit a single instance of the event without deleting the entire series.
> 
> This function is available in MS Outlook 2000 and on my Palm.  If I 
> delete/edit an event that is part of a recurrent series, a window pops 
> up asking if the deltion/changes apply to the entire series, or to the 
> current instance.  This does not seem to be available for Mozilla.
> 
> Thanks,
> Wilbur
> 


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