Timezone extension for GNOME Shell

I’d like to share with you my first GNOME Shell extension, Timezone: It helps people like me, who work in a distributed (global) team and need to know where and when their coworkers are.


It reads a JSON file containing all people data and renders them into a nice overview organized by timezone. See all relevant information on its page: https://github.com/jwendell/gnome-shell-extension-timezone.

Please, install, test it and report any issue you find. Hope it’s useful to anyone as it is for me 🙂

2 thoughts on “Timezone extension for GNOME Shell”

  1. The UI is great, it could help having a background in black (night), grey or yellow(day) o a sun/moon icon to add a graphical view of the time-in-the-day. Other improve would be to use the info from Empathy to make it automatic (at least on XMPP the client can publish the localtime).

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