Sunbird Project Section Added to Mozilla Calendar Website
Saturday March 27th, 2004
Simon Paquet writes: "I just wanted to let you know that a Sunbird section has been added to the Mozilla Calendar website.
"These pages cover the Sunbird project and its goals, where one can download Sunbird and what its known issues are and how to build it.
"Please bear one thing in mind when referring to Sunbird: 'Sunbird' is just a project name at the moment and the name may change in the future. At the moment we do not have the resources to trademark the name and make it official, so that is mainly a legal thing. So whenever you talk or write about Sunbird please refer to it just as 'Sunbird' or the 'Sunbird Project'."
Sunday March 28th, 2004 12:10 AM
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The main goal of Sunbird "is to produce a cross platform standalone calendar". I'm wondering how many people use a calender by itself to make appointments.
From an organizational standpoint, when I send a memo to someone for a meeting, that is when I want to add it to my calender. I am completely fine with having the project be stand-alone, but PLEASE make it so that it can seamlessly be integrated (into Thunderbird) to send e-mails (for making appointments) and read e-mails (for verifying appointments in the calender).