On Sat, 2010-10-30 at 17:49 +0300, Ville-Pekka Vainio wrote:
I've been using Fedora 14 for a while and I'd like to know if anyone
else is experiencing the same bug with the clock that I am. The clock
doesn't show any Evolution appointments any more. I've reset Evolution's
settings and imported my calendar appointments again with syncevolution,
but that didn't help. Is this an issue with the settings or a real bug?
I haven't reported this yet, but I could, especially if others are
seeing it as well.
I'm using Evolution 2.32.0 on Fedora 14.
I tested a little, and my appointments from Google Calendar show up in
the applet, but the ones in calendars on this computer do not. The days
with appointments are marked with bold, but they do not show up in the
list of appointments. Do you have a chance to test if remote calendars
show up in your end?
While testing I noticed another thing. It seems that there is a problem
with timezones that arises when double-clicking a date in the applet.
When doubleclicking on Oct 30, it seems that evolution is started with a
Note the datestring, which expresses midnight of 20101030 in my timezone
(CEST - GMT+2), but expressed with no timezone data.
Evolution will start on 29th of October.
I can't find any documentation on the correct syntax of the calendar:///
URIs, but experimentations seem to indicate that the date can only be
given in UTC, so Evolution should translate that into the current
Can anyone confirm this? I'll be reporting that bug later tonight or
tomorrow, I'll be sure to follow up with a bug number here.