Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:0.9.9+) Gecko/20020417 Calendar should be standard component of Mozilla in shortest possible time. That way you will receive more bug reports and feedback.
Calendar will go into the build system when it is ready, and after Mozilla 1.0.
Is there a tracker bug for integrating the Calendar into the standard Mozilla distribution ?
I would like to see it exists. :) I'm now using 1.2a.. Does this mean that I can reopen this bug <ggg> :)?
Ok, so lets create a tracking bug =) Which bugs do block calendar integration ? Last time I checked there was a libical-problem (maybe fixed by bug 117682), but I can't find much bugs here dealing with calendar anyway.
Why should the calendar be a standard part of Mozilla or Netscape. At most it should be installation option. I don't want, or need a calendar adding to the blui any more than I want AIM or a spell checker. These should all be install OPTIONS, selectable by the user (who should know best what he needs and how he works). The MOST frustrating thing about Mozilla/Netscape is that 'they' (the Mozilla development team) seem to think they know what their potential Customers want.
IMO it should be a component of the standard distribution of Mozilla, as in option in the installer. I don't think this bug is about integration as in type ahead find.
According to http://komodo.mozilla.org/planning/branches.cgi : Projects on Deck :: Calendar Adding in the calendar application to nightly builds. The calendar is already being built and can be installed via XPI at http://www.mozilla.org/projects/calendar/ Scheduled for Mozilla 1.3
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*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 182076 ***
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