Please, add the possibility to change the first day of the week.
Moreover, the default setting for the day of the week should be
set according to the LC_TIME environmental variable. If this
variable does not exist, LANG environmental variable should be checked.
If even this variable is not set, English will be the default.
Thanks for your great work!
Mass-reassign all bugs from florian@ to goodies-dev@, thanks for the maintenance work! (and sorry for the bugmail spam..)
DateTime now sets the first day of the week according to the LC_TIME environment variable.
I placed export LC_TIME=en_GB.UTF-8 into .personal and got Monday as first day of the week after rebooting.
See also: https://askubuntu.com/a/558493/164341
This bug may be closed.
However, a GUI way of setting the first day of the week in DateTime would be desirable for less savvy users.
I am afraid we regressed into this bug again.
I have had "export LC_TIME=en_GB.UTF-8" in .personal for years, but now DateTime starts showing Sunday again as the first day of the week in its calendar popup.
Switching to "export LC_TIME=en_DK.UTF-8" did not help.
This is quite annoying for those who would like to stick to ISO 8601.