> On 14 Mar 2016 2:20 p.m., "Michael Catanzaro" <
> > We do need to change it to launch GNOME Calendar, though...
> > moves into core.
> Presumably only if Evolution is also dropped, otherwise there'd be two
> calendar apps installed.
I filed https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=762329
but it was
I concur; I'd not want Evolution broken because a shiny new app duplicates
some of its functionality.
But as both apps use the same backend, this isn't a big problem
Back end isn't the issue, it's bad UX have two apps do the same thing.
One can specify a default calendar app anyway, so I guess no changes would
need to be made to Shell, but as long as Evolution is installed it makes
sense to use its calendar.