I’ve played with calendar clients before, but mostly after a day or so, I find myself going back to the web interface. But I understand some people need dedicated clients. This looks interesting, but mostly it reminds me I need to try out Geary.
I also appreciate Jim’s thoughts that it’s OK for GNOME to give users options in terms of application selection:
“…the knee-jerk reaction that everyone in the GNOME community should be working on a single set of applications is not realistic nor a vision for growth. There’s nothing wrong with GNOME users having choices for their applications. Parallel development of applications even fosters growth as one team takes ideas from another, and vice-versa.”