ExchangeCalendar Extension: Publication on ATN
Bugzilla at quilty.org
Sat Oct 5 04:31:12 UTC 2019
Hi Phillip and all,
On 28/09/19 1:54 AM, Philipp Kewisch wrote:
> I'm wondering if we ever got anywhere with this.
> jwq would you be able to tell us which of the forks could be considered "latest", i.e. most likely to work in Thunderbird 68?
> Have you tried reaching out to the current authors on addons.mozilla.org?
The current definitive ExchangeCalendar repository is
<https://github.com/ExchangeCalendar/exchangecalendar> which was created
with the intention, as far as I can tell, of becoming a community resource.
ExchangeCalendar is currently not published on ATN but I have contacted
the current maintainers on GitHub, the primary discussion is in Issue
/Publish to Thunderbird Addon Directory/. ExchangeCalendar was submitted
for review on 2 September by Markus, the current maintainer.
There are two maintainers listed on the People
<https://github.com/orgs/ExchangeCalendar/people> page but Adrien
indicated in exchangecalendar#163
he is unlikely to contribute to the code in the future, so there is
effectively only one maintainer.
> I'm happy to facilitate in getting this resolved, maybe it would make sense to continue the discussion on a thread with Ryan, Christopher and me.
That would be great! I think we all acknowledge that Outlook Exchange
support is critically important but also that the resources available to
update and maintain the code are very scarce.
I must say that I'm not keen on the rewrite suggested by John Bieling,
for several reasons, the primary one being that a working add-on is
worth two non-functional rewrites in progress.
I'm much keener on the suggestion of getting Ben B on-board :-)
The obvious next step is to find out the results of the review, if they
are available. I added a comment to exchangecalendar#163
<https://github.com/ExchangeCalendar/exchangecalendar/issues/163> just a
few minutes ago, enquiring after the results.
Sent from my bugzilla account, which does not accept non-list email.
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