Ankur Sinha píše v Po 09. 06. 2014 v 16:35 +1000:
On Sun, 2014-06-08 at 19:57 -0003, Diogo Campos (cadastros) wrote:
> Another thing: now that we have California (calendar app), GNOME
> Contacts (contacts app), Bijiben (notes app) and GTG (tasks app), is
> time to preinstall Geary instead of Evolution. Right?
Just curious - is this the plan? Is evolution going to be replaced with
a set of applications that provide the same functionality? It'll be good
to know, so that some of us that are quite dependent on evolution can
start to slowly migrate away from it.
I don't think Evolution is going away. I don't even think they compete
with Geary. It's a feature-rich groupware client for enterprise
deployment, not an email client for an average user even though it can
serve that quite well, too.
I think that the plan of GNOME is to bring simple apps to cover all the
common tasks and yes, they will probably cover most of what Evo covers,
but I suppose Evo will stay around for those who need more out of email,
I can imagine that Geary will replace Evo as the default email client in
Fedora. But I'm testing Geary quite regularly and don't think it should
be in a shorter time frame than 1 year from now.