The GNOME Calendar app is to gain support for recurring calendar events in GNOME 3.26. Developer Yash Singh is working to add the relevant code necessary to support recurring events as part of the Google […]
GNOME Calendar is one of the few decent desktop calendaring apps available on Linux — and it's going to get better.
It’s been at the top of many an early Ubuntu Phone users’ wishlist — and now it’s finally happening. Yes, the native Ubuntu calendar app is to add support for the leading open standards for exchanging […]
You will finally be able to drag and drop events in GNOME Calendar in its next major release, the app's maintainer Georges Stavracas says.
Following on from last month's update to Geary and Shotwell, Yorba is back with a new release of their California calendaring application.
Want to install Yorba's new calendar app 'California' on Ubuntu? You can; the non-profit has added builds for Ubuntu 14.04 to its daily PPA.
Windows, Mac, iOS, Android... All of them come pre-loaded with a calendar application right out the box. But Ubuntu? No, Ubuntu doesn't.
A recent update to Ubuntu 12.10 has brought subtle improvements to the default "date and time" applet. The Indicator Datetime menu has supported the listing of "other locations" for several releases, but it's only with this update in Ubuntu 12.10 that an options to choose how they are sorted has been available.