Mozilla Sunbird Standalone Calendar Project Launches

Thursday July 17th, 2003

Henrik Gemal and Simon Paquet wrote in to tell us about Mozilla Sunbird, a standalone version of Mozilla Calendar.

Simon writes: "Mozilla Thunderbird and Mozilla Firebird get a new little brother: Mozilla Sunbird. Sunbird will be the standalone version of the Mozilla Calendar application.

"At this moment, there are no builds available, but evidence of Sunbird's existence can be found in these two checkins."

Henrik has a weblog posting about the new project.

#4 Re: about time

by krisn

Thursday July 17th, 2003 7:59 AM

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You've got a good point there, all this will be much simpler once the GRE is ready. I think due to the fact that Seamonkey will be "abandoned" soon and in the abscence of the "new" GRE, this is a compromise to give development a kick start. As a Firebird user I've held off making contributions to the Calendar because to get a "proper" development environment I would have had to download Mozilla. Just my initial thoughts.