Do you have any advice for me as to how this can be implemented. I am not
talking of coding here, but about how the IlohaMail code is managed, eg.
where would I discuss coding issues, where would I post patches, etc.
Am 18.8.2005 schrieb "Andrew Alderwick" <andrew@...>:
>I think it's a great idea. As the calendar shows only one week, it's
>handy if the "sophisticated" method were employed since it's easier
>to check when someone's birthday is. I also believe that the second
>method would also be easier to implement: but all this is just MHO.
>On 18/8/2005, "Martin Waschb=FCsch" <Martin@...> wrote:
>>To clarify what this is about: I want to discuss whether you think this
>>is a feature IlohaMail *should* have or not.
>>I do have sort of a feature request, but I do not know where to post
>>that? Anyway, it seems best to discuss it here first:
>>There is a 'simple' and a 'sophisticated' approach to what I want:
>>Simple: Add another Calendar entry type 'anniversary' that as a
>>starting date but no ending date, is repeated annually and is being
>>displayed along with the number of times it already occurred. This way,
>>you can add a birthday or anniversary and not only know when it takes
>>place, but also how old that person will be or how many years they are
>>Sophisticated: Add another entry 'birthday' and 'anniversary' to
>>contacts that will, if filled in or changed, automatically create or
>>adjust a corresponding calendar entry.
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