Sat, Feb 9
This would be 'Epic'.
Tue, Feb 5
Wed, Jan 30
Tue, Jan 29
Jan 14 2019
fwiw, memory-hole also breaks threading (because those headers are also encrypted).
Jan 5 2019
Jan 2 2019
Dec 28 2018
We now execute "kill $(pidof sink_synchronizer)" at the end of the wrapper script to hopefully avoid running multiple synchronizer instances in parallel.
Dec 27 2018
This should be fixed as of bd1ec892f40b24092dcb52a39fd7ffb2e22f5fde
I updated gpg related stuff and we're building sasl ourselves. Seems to work just fine.
Dec 26 2018
Note that clang seems broken, but gcc builds everything fine.
I believe the reason is always if we start a gpg-agent inside the container without the necessary options, which makes the broken default lookup pick the wrong pinentry: https://github.com/flatpak/freedesktop-sdk-images/issues/70
Dec 25 2018
Nov 11 2018
restarting the flatpak can still result in:
Oct 30 2018
Why not use include(ECMEnableSanitizers)?
Oct 25 2018
Oct 16 2018
Sep 7 2018
We still get this but with a different backtrace:
Sep 6 2018
Aug 31 2018
Aug 28 2018
Aug 27 2018
For the time being we're using the approach that sets dtend to the recurrence end (calculated for 10 years).
This seems to work well enough for the time being.
Aug 26 2018
Aug 25 2018
An alternative approach would be to redefine dtstart as the end date of the overall recurrence.
Aug 24 2018
Aug 23 2018
Revert and rename only in the UI
Sorry if I wasn't clear enough in the first message.
Renamed the "GMail" account to "Google". It seems that those who already have a Google account can remove their account from the command-line only, and then add it again from Kube
Aug 22 2018
Let's figure out why carddav doesn't work and rename in the Ui only to Google.
Aug 21 2018
I think the only usable approach will be to decrypt messages as they arrive. Otherwise things like search etc. break.
To re-secure the indexes we *should* probably encrypt the indexes using AES or something else that is fast, but for an initial implementation I don't care too much.
Use full-disk encryption if necessary.