Re: [Evolution-hackers] categories of resources

2014-03-31 Thread Milan Crha
On Sat, 2014-03-29 at 12:08 -0300, Daniel Hernández wrote: I have a feature suggestion for the evolution development. Now I can categorize calendar items and contacts. But the category set is shared. I think is not common to categorize a contact into birthday. Maybe this categories can defined

Re: [Evolution-hackers] categories of resources

2014-03-31 Thread Daniel Hernández
OK, I will send this feature request to bugzilla. Thanks! Daniel El lun, 31-03-2014 a las 10:28 +0200, Milan Crha escribió: On Sat, 2014-03-29 at 12:08 -0300, Daniel Hernández wrote: I have a feature suggestion for the evolution development. Now I can categorize calendar items and contacts.

[Evolution-hackers] categories of resources

2014-03-29 Thread Daniel Hernández
Hello, I have a feature suggestion for the evolution development. Now I can categorize calendar items and contacts. But the category set is shared. I think is not common to categorize a contact into birthday. Maybe this categories can defined in separate sets. Regards, Daniel

Re: [Evolution-hackers] Categories

2011-06-24 Thread Patrick Ohly
On Do, 2011-06-23 at 07:14 -0400, Adam Tauno Williams wrote: When saving a task or event over a CalDAV collection Evolution sends a CATEGORIES attribute like: CLASS:PUBLIC CATEGORIES:Favorites\,Gifts\,Goals/Objectives PERCENT-COMPLETE:0 Looking at RFC2445 I'm pretty sure this is wrong.

[Evolution-hackers] Categories

2011-06-23 Thread Adam Tauno Williams
When saving a task or event over a CalDAV collection Evolution sends a CATEGORIES attribute like: CLASS:PUBLIC CATEGORIES:Favorites\,Gifts\,Goals/Objectives PERCENT-COMPLETE:0 Looking at RFC2445 I'm pretty sure this is wrong. Shouldn't it be: CLASS:PUBLIC

Re: [Evolution-hackers] Categories

2011-06-23 Thread Andrew McMillan
On Thu, 2011-06-23 at 07:14 -0400, Adam Tauno Williams wrote: When saving a task or event over a CalDAV collection Evolution sends a CATEGORIES attribute like: CLASS:PUBLIC CATEGORIES:Favorites\,Gifts\,Goals/Objectives PERCENT-COMPLETE:0 Looking at RFC2445 I'm pretty sure this is wrong.