I’m a new openSUSE Tumbleweed user and am enjoying switching from Fedora Gnome. Everything is working well but I have found a bug with Gnome Calendar. The Gnome Calendar opens fine. It syncs my calendar from google the way it should, but when I attempt to move a month ahead it crashes. I can move a month behind and then back to the current month but trying to go to the next month it crashes. The version of the Gnome Calendar is 3.38.1.
Being new to openSUSE, how should I proceed to submit a bug report? Does openSUSE have any application to help out with that?
Thanks for that information that a fix is in the process of being pushed out. I’m still very new to this ecosystem and amd trying to get a lay of the land. I don’t want to bother you, I am sure you have a lot on your plate. But, how do we (I) get the fix? I assume that someone is working on fixing it and once that is done and approved it gets updated? Is that correct or is is a lot more involved?
I would have thought with the updates that came out yesterday evening that one of the applications to get updated would have been the gnome-calendar. But, it wasn’t. Do you have any idea as to the status of the updated application?
Information for package gnome-calendar:
Repository : Main Repository (OSS)
Name : gnome-calendar
Version : 3.38.1+7-1.1
I’ll add this perspective as an afterthought. I’ve not found Gnome Calendar consistently functional with my Google calendar for quite a while.
If instead I install my google account into Evolution, including following the link to sync my calendars during the account add process, the Evolution calendar works much better. Not just re switching months, but in a whole lot of other ways too.
Good luck. I hope they get that app happy with Google again at some point.