calendar ics?

Asked by Dana on 2018-04-19

calendar 3.22.4 came with debian 9.1 gnome desktop. congratulations for getting selected. is this garbage? is there documentation somewhere? i received an "ICS" file and tried to open with "calendar". zip. zero. nada. i looked for documentation. zip. zero. nada. why is this part of gnome desktop for debian 9.1?

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This is Ubuntu support, not Debian.
I suggest you post on the Debian forum

Dana (ubuntu189) said : #2

The "documentation" for Calendar leads here. Not my fault. Stop the garbage. It is a Gnome issue. Does Ubuntu install Calendar by default with gnome desktop? If so, then the question is appropriate here.

Then post on the gnome forum. There are distribution agnostic forums. This isn't one of them. You aren't using Ubuntu so it's not supported here. Dead simple.

Dana (ubuntu189) said : #4

Maybe you should request that Github not link to your forum for this "software". In the meantime maybe someone has an actual answer here. Heaven forbid.

Your distribution isn't supported here. Please post on the Debian forum.

Dana (ubuntu189) said : #6

So you want me to install ubuntu and have the same exact problem? Does ubuntu come with Calendar documentation automatically? I did use Ububtu for a while. My favorite ubuntu story is when i posted a question on an ubuntu forum and got an answer saying i had to use the "su" command and the moderator said that "su" was not supposed to be discussed in public forums. Idiots.

Using su is absolutely fine. Only Ubuntu is supported here.

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