gdata moving to github

Magnus Melin mkmelin+mozilla at iki.fi
Sat Sep 21 18:20:28 UTC 2019


The existing translations can easily be transferred over. I would also 
assume the need for string changes is very minimal - there seems to have 
been only around 10 changes in total during the last decade. Either way, 
it's not Thunderbird's problem.

  -Magnus

On 20-09-2019 12:01, Onno Ekker wrote:
> You do realize that when you move out of comm-central, you’ll loose 
> translation of strings used in your add-on?
>
> For me as an extension developer it is very hard to get my extension 
> translated in many languages and to keep everything updated when new 
> strings are added in new versions.
>
> Onno
>
> On 20 Sep 2019, at 08:57, Magnus Melin <mkmelin+mozilla at iki.fi 
> <mailto:mkmelin+mozilla at iki.fi>> wrote:
>
>> I think whichever is less work for us, leaving it in or taking it out.
>>
>>  -Magnus
>>
>> On 20-09-2019 00:57, Geoff Lankow wrote:
>>>
>>> Will the code also be removed from comm-esr68?
>>>
>>> GL
>>>
>>> On 20/09/19 04:50, Magnus Melin wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Provider for Google Calendar (gdata) is going to move out of 
>>>> comm-central into github 
>>>> <https://github.com/kewisch/gdata-provider>. For historical reasons 
>>>> the source code for add-on has been in comm-central, but was never 
>>>> shipped with Thunderbird.
>>>>
>>>> What does this mean for its users? Nothing really, the add-on will 
>>>> continue to work just like before. We're not planning to do 
>>>> anything special with the gdata users. I'd like to make the 
>>>> Lightning built-in CalDAV access more discoverable, though that 
>>>> applies to all Google CalDAV calendars, not only Google Calendar.
>>>>
>>>>  -Magnus
>>>>
>>>> P.S. To subscribe to your primary Google CalDAV calendar, set it up 
>>>> in lightning by entering 
>>>> https://apidata.googleusercontent.com/caldav/v2/example@gmail.com/events 
>>>> (where example is replaced with your own address)
>>>>
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