One of the most intuitive ways to interact with an application is reproducing what we do in real life. Applications try to shorten the learning curve by using metaphores of real world objects.
We all know what GNOME Calendar is: a virtual calendar application. As such, using real-life calendars as a reference for it’s UI is mostly a good thing, except that we’d probably have an annoying time moving events around. In this regard, technology can improve what we do.
And that’s why GNOME Calendar now supports dragging and dropping events around.
Aaand… our traditional video:
Oh, did you noticed? Year view is much improved thanks to the awsome work of Isaque, who proved himself an amazing contributor and a good friend. And don’t forget, this summer we have an intern, Vamsi, working on the long wanted Week View.Calendar, just like Nautilus, is in it’s best moment.