libecal documentation

I’ve started work designing a new calendar application using libecal. I’ve always wondered why more GNOME apps don’t use evolution-data-server/libebook/libecal. Given that it’s part of GNOME and PIM is quite an integral part of a desktop, you’d think that people would be jumping to use them, especially given the API is quite nice to use… Today I find out why: libecal has a serious lack of documentation :/ I don’t think I’d have the courage to do this if I hadn’t ported the calendar side of eds earlier this year. Working at OpenedHand has been great 🙂

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