I agree that the calendar needa work, but the addition of the day dot is a little step forward. The week view doea need to show five days at a min. The different colour event would have to associated to the calendars that they are added by. On the whole it does need bringing up to date and a new issue in github could be the answer to get things moving.
Assuming Kubuntu being a possible cause for the problem, I decided to try it out on Kde Neon and Ubuntu. Kde Neon again seemed to have the same problem of not wanting to install dependencies. So then I Installed Ubuntu and tried the same on it. only to encounter some other errors, here are a few ones.
sudo lxd init
in the question on default storage back-end to use, Ubuntu wouldn't take zfs for an option for some reason.
so had to then use the command
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-lxc/lxd-stable
this doesnt work either. instead one has to use
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-lxc/stable
After this there was no zfs option available at all.
so had to use this
sudo apt install -t xenial-backports lxd lxd-client
after all of this i am back to the same problem which i faced in the first step.
I am trying to follow the tutorial here and managed to install the new Ubuntu Sdk. When I run or build the app i get the following messages
in Issues> error: There was a error in the device detection of desktop, no IP address was returned.
in application output> Application failed to start: No private key file given.
As a last step will try compiling the clock app as mentioned in the Readme.Developers.
Also note it works a little differently now in the updated script. It will create an $HOME/UBports directory on the host which it will mount as the $HOME in the container. It also symlinks any ssh keys you might have on the host and copies over the .gitconfig. This way it keeps the container home seperate from host but can easily be accessed on the host. If you want to change the directory used for the container you can do
@tobisch I've been trying to get the builders of Get-Notes - my preferred note app, which I use all the time on the desktop - to build a version for touch. They say their experience lies with desktop apps though...
There was a similar app called "Réaltaí" in the Ubuntu App Store.
But it seems, that it isn't brought to the Openstore.