gnome-calendar overcompensates time zone difference in web ics calendar
Upon adding a web ics calendar (via Evolution due to a separate bug), the events from this calendar were not properly time-compensated for my time zone. While Evolution and Gnome Shell displayed the time of my events properly, gnome-calendar displayed the events 7 hours in the past, likely attempting to compensate for my time zone (GMT -7).
Downstream bug in Ubuntu: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-calendar/+bug/1825227
Steps to reproduce:
- Open Evolution
- Add online calendar with web ics link
- Open GNOME Calendar
- Check calendar synced via web ics
- Calendar shows incorrect time offset by time +/- GMT, likely assuming ics calendar is set to GMT.