I have a very limited knowledge in this field, but I would like
to point out that in Thunderbird such task is performed by
messages with attached ical files. So, why not to base meeting
creation on opening ical (existing standard) data (as a file, for
On 2018-03-13 16:11, David Woodhouse wrote:
As part of a conference protocol plugin for Pidgin (like the one for Lync), we have the ability to create meetings.We need to spawn a "new meeting" editor in the client of the user's choice, pre-populated with meeting dial-in information, conference- specific attendees, etc. I've implemented a plugin for Evolution which supports this: dbus-send --print-reply --dest=im.pidgin.event_editor \ /im/pidgin/event_editor im.pidgin.event_editor.CreateEvent \ string:"Organizer <dw...@infradead.org>" \ string:"Meeting summary" \ string:"Meeting location" \ string:"Meeting description" \ array:string:attend...@example.org,attend...@example.org Right now I'm shipping that Evolution plugin as part of my own code base, but I think it makes most sense to standardise the DBus API and split it out. Then it can be implemented in other calendar applications, and used from other places (like the Lync plugin for Pidgin, at least). Does it make sense for this to be a fd.o specification?
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