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Mar 30 2017, 12:27 AM (237 w, 2 d)
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Apr 10 2018

EddieGP added a member for Wikimedia: EddieGP.
Apr 10 2018, 9:33 AM

Dec 21 2017

EddieGP added a comment to T11073: Allow the user to specify a date in a different timezone using date controls.

The apparent lack of support for scheduling in UTC in much more mature calendar software (Google Calendar / Calendar.app) further suggests that this is not an important feature for most users.

Dec 21 2017, 9:44 AM · KDE, Calendar, Feature Request

Apr 10 2017

EddieGP added a comment to T11073: Allow the user to specify a date in a different timezone using date controls.

Do you routinely schedule events in timezones other than UTC or your local time?

Apr 10 2017, 7:26 PM · KDE, Calendar, Feature Request
EddieGP added a comment to T11073: Allow the user to specify a date in a different timezone using date controls.

I'm just trying to understand whether this is a common problem that all users of Calendar software routinely experience

Apr 10 2017, 7:06 PM · KDE, Calendar, Feature Request
EddieGP added a comment to T11073: Allow the user to specify a date in a different timezone using date controls.

How do you currently schedule an event in UTC in other software?
I can't figure out how using Google Calendar -- I can't find any option in this dropdown which let me, but maybe I'm just overlooking it? There are approximately 9 million options. I looked for "International", "UTC", etc.

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Apr 10 2017, 12:25 PM · KDE, Calendar, Feature Request

Apr 1 2017

EddieGP added inline comments to D9599: [Draft] Make pushes to magical branches create diffs.
Apr 1 2017, 6:39 PM

Mar 30 2017

EddieGP added a comment to T11816: Calendar: Feedback and Suggestions.

I have noticed some strange behaviour with recurring events, which I've first documented at Wikimedias Phabricator. It's about what every programmer I know hates: Daylight saving times. Short version is: Phabricator locks time windows of recurring events to the time the event creator had in his time zone settings when he created the event, but does neither give an option to select another time zone to lock to nor does even show which time zone this is currently locked to.

Mar 30 2017, 2:09 AM · Restricted Project, Calendar