RFC: Add Working Week and Day of Pray to KLocale

Ingo Klöcker kloecker at kde.org
Tue Nov 4 10:59:35 GMT 2008

On Tuesday 04 November 2008, John Layt wrote:
> Going further, I'm sure many users would want to see their locale's
> public holidays displayed as well in things like the panel
> clock/calendar, and even their full PIM data.  I feel this would be
> too much for the kdelibs widget to support, especially as
> KOrganiser::KoDayMatrix already supports all this, and apps/widgets
> can choose to use that instead.  The problem here is that while
> KHolidays is in kdepimlibs, KoDayMatrix is not, so for example the
> panel clock cannot rely on it.  The obvious answer is to move
> KoDayMatrix/KoDateNavigator to kepimlibs, but I don't know if that is
> even possible?  Alternatively, a kdepim plasmoid could be provided
> that a user can choose to switch the panel clock to.  I'm not sure
> what kdepim has planned in this area?  A compromise would be for 
> KDateTable to dynamically detect if kdepimlibs is installed, and if
> so display the relevant holidays.

AFAIK nothing is planned in this area. We have more than enough work 
with getting the KDE PIM apps use Akonadi. So, if anybody wants to work 
on John's ideas/questions, you are very welcome to do so.

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