ExchangeCalendar Extension: Publication on ATN
john.bieling at gmx.de
Fri Sep 27 14:06:03 UTC 2019
The most recent version is here:
But it does not work with TB68. This is the corresponding issue
I looked at the code once and it was not pretty, I was not able to work
with that - and I think that is the main problem. It has grown over years.
To be honest: I think that needs a rewrite. I am running at my personal
limit and cannot take on another one, but I would like to see a that
reborn as a provider for TbSync (as you can imagine). I will try to
assist any effort in that regards - but I guess I have to turn my
provider stuff into a solid webextension API first - and that will take
I think we should get Ben B onboard as well.
FYI: Documenting is a PITA, this is what I was able to put up for the
provider doc so far.
On 27.09.2019 15:54, Philipp Kewisch wrote:
> Hey Folks,
> I'm wondering if we ever got anywhere with this.
> The reason there are different authors is that this extension has changed hands a few times.
> 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?
> 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.
>>> On 20. Aug 2019, at 12:44 AM, Jörg Knobloch <jorgk at jorgk.com> wrote:
>>> On 19 Aug 2019 14:25, jwq wrote:
>>> There are, I understand from that Issue, likely to be some problems listing the extension because it uses an add-on identifier which is already on ATN (I've already confirmed that the 5.0.0-alpha3 xpi fails the validation test on this point) and because the extension may fail code review. I don't know how much of a problem it will be to resolve these issues.
>>> I do know that ExchangeCalendar has been identified as a critical extension on this very list (2 May 2017 02:40:46) and so I'm raising it here as an extension that might to be seen to be an important for future planning.
>> I'm a bit confused.
>> You're not one of the authors, are you? They seem to be Markus Weiland (advancingu) and Adrien Dorsaz (Trim).
>> So why don't the authors change the add-on identifier and submit the add-on to ATN. Then some reviewer can take care of it.
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