Hi all, I think it is time to provide the list with some details about us and our project. I will give just a short overview here. If you'd like to know more details, please feel free to ask. About us The main developers for the evolution-kolab project are employees of two German conmanies.
Hey there, I'm the current evolution/eds/gtkhtml maintainer in Debian, and I'd like to ask a question. I recently enabled large file support in evolution-data-server in Debian. It seems that it leaded to the discover of some bugs on i386 installs (like
Hi all, in evolution-kolab, we need to provide full offline capabilities for working with Kolab 2 groupware data in offline mode. Evo 2.30 has an offline mode which works for IMAP email. If I understood correctly, email handling resides within Evolution presently , not E-D-S. For our
Hi Christian, You write-up sounds really exciting :-) On Thu, 2010-07-08 at 10:28 +0200, Christian Hilberg wrote: We will try to map as much of Kolab's functionality as possible onto Evolution whithout changing Evolution itself (other than providing a plugin, that is). Especially,
I finally finished converting Camel's error handling code to GError. CamelException is no more. I plan to push this later today after a bit more testing. It will debut in 2.31.5 along with another libcamel soname increment. As boring an announcement as this is, it's actually pretty important in
On Thu, 2010-07-08 at 16:01 +0100, Michael Meeks wrote: If Evolution staff will be willing to host our project sources within Evo git repo, we'll happily transfer our stuff there as soon as we have a first preview ready. Perhaps something to dicuss on #evolution (irc.gimp.net) - but
Hi Michael, On Thursday 08 Juli 2010 at 17:01:36 Michael Meeks wrote: [...] On Thu, 2010-07-08 at 10:28 +0200, Christian Hilberg wrote: We will try to map as much of Kolab's functionality as possible onto Evolution whithout changing Evolution itself (other than providing a plugin, that