Month view (but not agenda view) appears to be missing:
- any holidays which occur on a Sunday by definition, and
- any holidays which happen to fall on a Saturday (with one unexplained exception, see below)
STEPS TO REPRODUCE
1. Enable holidays, in this example: German (Germany)
2. Inspect month view, in this example: throughout the year 2022
The following holidays, which occur on a Sunday by definition, are missing:
- Beginn der Sommerzeit (27.03.2022)
- Ostersonntag (17.04.2022)
- Muttertag (08.05.2022)
- Pfingstsonntag (05.06.2022)
- Beginn der Winterzeit (30.10.2022)
- 1./2./3./4. Advent (27.11.2022, 04.12.2022, 11.12.2022, 18.12.2022)
The following holidays, which occur on Sundays in 2022 (and 2023) by accident, are SHOWN:
- 1. Mai (01.05.2022)
- 1. Weihnachtsfeiertag (25.12.2022)
- Neujahr (01.01.2023)
The following holidays, which occur on Saturdays in 2022 by accident, are missing:
- Heiliger Abend (24.12.2022)
- Silvester (31.12.2022)
As a strange exception, the following holiday on a Saturday in 2022 by accident, is SHOWN:
- Neujahr (01.01.2022)
Linux: Kubuntu 22.04 (dev preview)
KDE Plasma Version: 5.24.3
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.92.0
Qt Version: 5.15.2
korganizer 5.18.1 is not affected by this bug. It was discovered while investigating Bug 451700, which affects 5.18.1, but not 5.19.3.
Whatever resolved Bug 451700 somewhere between korganizer 5.18.1 and 5.19.3 is probably closely related to this bug.
The month view only shows holidays that are defined as "public" holidays.
The definitions for "German (Germany)" are given at
Neujahr is public, so it appears regardless of the weekday;
Beginn der Sommerzeit is seasonal, and never appears.
This is, arguably, odd behaviour.
(In reply to gjditchfield from comment #1)
> The month view only shows holidays that are defined as "public" holidays.
> The definitions for "German (Germany)" are given at
> holiday_de_de .
> Neujahr is public, so it appears regardless of the weekday;
> Beginn der Sommerzeit is seasonal, and never appears.
> This is, arguably, odd behaviour.
Also, it's an unexplained change from previous behavior (see Bug 451700). Ideally, the user should have a chance to configure which holidays are shown.