On Mon, 2014-06-09 at 16:25 +0200, Jiri Eischmann wrote:
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
common tasks and yes, they will probably cover most of what Evo
but I suppose Evo will stay around for those who need more out of
Yeah. Eventually, I'd expect even the various simple standalone apps to
integrate with each other in some way - for example "Create event" in
Geary to create an entry in the new California calendar app - it's
really useful. I understand that the different applications will benefit
average users that may only use a subset of the features that evolution
I can imagine that Geary will replace Evo as the default email
Fedora. But I'm testing Geary quite regularly and don't think it
be in a shorter time frame than 1 year from now.
Same here. I just tested Geary out, and I went straight back to Evo. I
was just worried because I've been regularly filing bugs against Evo and
was looking forward to the new fixes - the talk of replacing it caught
me a little by surprise. :)
Thanks all for the clarifications,
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