ATN compatibility data for post-ESR60

Ryan Sipes ryan at
Wed Jan 23 22:24:35 UTC 2019

I, for one, couldn't agree more. If people don't want to use calendar
features, we should give them a way to shut it off. But let's make it a
part of Thunderbird. The expectation of our users is that it will be there.

Ryan Sipes
Community Manager

On 1/23/19 9:53 AM, John Bieling wrote:
> On 23.01.2019 17:47, Matt Harris wrote:
>> /I think there is a simple solution.  we integrate it not bundle it. 
>> Thunderbird is probably the only mail client still in development
>> that has no calendar integrated as part of the application./
> That is what we should do.
> The current situation is not only bad for Linux users, but for Windows
> users as well. If I (for what ever reason) remove Lightning using the
> AddonManager, I cannot get it back using the AddOnManager. I have to
> do some magic with the advanced configuration. This cannot be right.
> To improve UX:
> - get the right version on ATN
> - include it directly, not as addon
> Jon
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