[chandler-users] Organizing projects and contexts in Chandler
G.J.Perrin at bton.ac.uk
Fri Jul 17 02:56:45 PDT 2009
Fritz Meissner wrote:
> Graham Perrin has done quite a lot of work on interoperability with other
> systems, so he might chip in here also.
Hello all :)
Recent discussion in the mozilla.support.calendar Usenet group:
Highlights from one piece of recommended reading from within Chandler Wiki:
FWIW I think that a key principle should be to increase usability and
without bolting on (or bolting in) new features or new concepts. Whether/how
we go about that is totally open to debate.
My gut feeling at the moment is that a FAYT approach to filtering
collections might be the most practical/realistic way of moving things
forward. Subject to available resources, developer time etc..
More about FAYT at <http://n2.nabble.com/-tp3007748p3274461.html>. I bundled
the FAYT idea with the more exotic bird's eye view idea, but the two could
> In my experience, it is important for people to realise that Chandler is
> not a replacement for an e-mail client - the biggest disappointments seem
> to happen when people assume from the Outlook model that to-do list and
> e-mail always go together.
The following diagram is not really ready for publication, but here goes:
(That's a temporary location for work in progress, don't expect it to be
there forever. One thing that's currently wrong with that diagram: iPhone OS
3 and Chandler Hub not communicating as expected.)
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