Access maya via date & time indicator

Bug #1040359 reported by 982c80311320c1b
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I assume this bug would actually need to be filed for the indicator, but I guess you will patch it. Could you please mark the the correct project as affected?

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Niels Avonds (niels-avonds) wrote :

Since we're past feature freeze, I'll target this to Luna+1. We'll relocate it to the correct project (if it already exists) then.

Changed in maya:
milestone: none → 0.2-luna+1
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Corentin Noël (tintou) wrote :

Can you be more precise regarding the expected feature, if you are talking about a menu link to Maya, I think that we removed this feature because it was redundant, if you want to easily access to Maya, the only way is to create a launcher in Plank.
But if you are talking about Maya integration as it's provided for Evolution, I think that it's something we should looking on.

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982c80311320c1b (alexander-wilms) wrote :

I only vaguely know how it works with Evolution. I imagine it should show appointments, lets me open Maya with the current date selected and add appointments by clicking on a certain in the indicator.

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Joan Jimenez (joajimenez) wrote :

+1 to Alexander.

Changed in maya:
status: New → Confirmed
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quequotion (quequotion) wrote :

Ways we could get this done:

Either way, Maya needs a means to export the calendar data (contractor?).

One way: The calendar data is exported as an emulation of the Evolution method and indicator-datetime doesn't know the difference.

Another way: Patch indicator-datetime to import the calendar data (via contractor?) from Maya natively.

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