Re: Status of gncal development...

When last we left our heros, they were speaking of:
> "Justin C. Ferguson" <> writes:
> > 	What is the current status of the gncal/gnome-pim stuff?  Is it 
> > due to be replaced by Evolution, or is it still a viable application?  I ask,
> > because I'd like to do some work updating it, and produce some patches to add
> > some more functionality, but if it's due to be replaced by Evolution, I 
> > don't want to waste my time...  (Personally, I hope it's not being phased 
> > out, because I prefer the less-monolithic application, but I can accept it 
> > either way.)
> Gnome-PIM will get deprecated as soon as Evolution comes out.  The
> idea is that right now only absolutely necessary bug fixes will go in
> gnome-pim.

	Ok...that's what I wanted to find out before I spent time working on
the gnome-pim stuff, thanks.

> Evolution is not monolithic at all; it is built out of many
> independent components.  You can use them independently if you wish.

	Oh, good, glad to hear it.  I haven't had the time to download the 
alpha versions and do anything with them, and what little looking I did at 
it I for some reason got the impression it was one big app.  Maybe I will
grab it this weekend. 


    Justin Ferguson - Geek of All Trades - Technical Solutions Consultant   <> <JFerg at The Dot in .Net>
"learning sucks.  school sucks.  I want pizza."  "That, I think, is the  
    most concise description of my time at UMR that I've ever heard."

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