Allow setting for First Day Of Week in calendar applet

Reported by Erlan Sergaziev on 2011-08-03
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Ayatana Design
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Wishlist
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Bug Description

There used to be a workaround by modifying /etc/default/locale, but that doesn't work any more.

Lot's of people prefer to have American English Locale, but Monday as the first day of week (google "gnome first day of week" for proof).

Such a setting exists in Windows, Mac OS X, KDE, XFCE, Evolution, Lightning and all other calendar applications I've used.

Hope for understanding from Ubuntu Devs.

Ted Gould (ted) on 2011-08-31
Changed in indicator-datetime:
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
status: New → Confirmed
forteller (forteller) wrote :

The fact that this isn't possible to change makes the OS feel unprofessional and also inconsiderate towards the huge parts of the world who has Monday as the first day (like China, which I understand is a growing market for Ubuntu). The international standard (ISO) also says that Monday is the first day: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601

This bug hasn't been touched for a year. I really hope you will look into this before 12.10!

Charles Kerr (charlesk) wrote :

Can't proceed without feedback from Design

Changed in indicator-datetime:
status: Confirmed → Incomplete
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