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September 01, 2007


Follow-up to Syncing Evolution Contacts/Calendars from The Utovsky Bolshevik Show

In my search for a synchronisation solution for Evolution, I’ve stumbled across Conduit . This is basically an application designed to synchronise data from a data source to a data sink. It’s pluggable, so the general definition holds.

It’s still fairly basic, early in development as it is, but it looks like it could be very cool. Even more exciting, it’s written in Prothon. \o/

On a side note, having just checked ‘svn log’, there is one ‘jonnylamb’ who has just got commit access…

August 31, 2007

Syncing Evolution Contacts/Calendars

I’ve recently started using the Calendar and Contacts features of Evolution. However, I regularly use three different systems1 from which I’d want access to whatever I add as part of these. I’ve asked in #wuglug on and the general outcome was that I should use LDAP or somesuch. However, LDAP is several orders of magnitude more complicated than should be necessary2 for this. I’d appreciate it if anyone who has any ideas (even if they were suggested in #wuglug previously, I’ve probably forgotten by now) could either drop me a comment or an email or somesuch.

Also, it should be noted that I hate PlanarPlatypus for this .

1 My desktop, my laptop and the DCS machines.

2 And I have an unpleasant past testing it.

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