- Upgraded the flatpak to qt 5.14 (hoping to get my hands on the new markdown support), which resulted in discovering a regression for QSet properties.
- The flatpak now employs a patch so the pinentry tool just uses libsecret as cache, which means if you run gnome-keyring you get password-less logins (and if somebody is going to finish ksecretservice that would of course work too). I have also looked into getting access to the host gpg-agent (which seems like the better solution), but that effort is currently stuck due to a missing feature in bubblewrap and because it’s not entirely clear if this will really be the way to go forward. Feel free to weigh in.
- Fixed a bunch of rendering issues in invitations and calendar.
More information on the Kolab Now blog!
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