Fixed in edb2a51d
REPORTED RESOLVED FIXED
When two starred events overlap, user could set a "priority", or a "interest".
This is a long term goal:
two uses could share their "starred" list for an event, via some undefined mean of communication, and maybe having them kept in sync by the software. The starred list page could show "starred by Bob" and "starred by Alice" lists, and talk page could show "Bob and Alice have starred this talk"
Right now Confy does not support timezones: if a timezone is defined in pentabarf or ics, it's dropped and date are considered in current system timezone.
To be correct, the timezone should be considered, and the user should have the option to change the timezone used to show all date/times. (eg, the event is New York timezone, but I'm following it online from Milan, I could have an option to show dates and times in "event timezone", "my current time zone" or "a specific timezone")
Right now when a talk is selected in stared list, the stack in talks list is emptied, the talk page is added and the view switch to it. This break the "go back" navigation assumption, as going back from talk page doesn't get the user back to starred list.
A stack should be added to starred view to allow correct navigation