On Saturday, 2011-09-03, Bart Visscher wrote: > On Fri, Sep 02, 2011 at 01:26:53PM +0200, Luca Brivio wrote: > > In data marted? 23 agosto 2011 10:46:25, BasaBuru ha scritto: > > > On Lunes, 22 de Agosto de 2011 23:38:40 Dietz Pr?pper escribi?: > > > > I don't need one of these. Google sync was a nice try, right now I'm > > > > writing a Android sync that relies on something simple and not Google > > > > based. No, will never go official, just for personal usage for the > > > > moment. I only need a means to sync my phone to my desktop. Nothing > > > > more. And *no* remote storage. > > > > > > When you are publication the android sync? Is very interesting. > > > > I second that. Indeed, it's just incredible to me that nowadays most PIM > > suites don't even plan allowing any syncing with massively spread mobile > > platforms, other than relying on cloud services! > > I hope one day I will be able not to manually copy my contacts to and > > from my devices... > > There is owncloud, you can run it anywhere you like. And it supports > CardDav and CalDav, so you can sync between devices. It even has a web > interface for quick remote lookups. See for more information > http://owncloud.org/ use the development version, the current stable > version is to old. For direct syncing have a look at SyncEvolution. It can both be used for syncing with a server and with devices. See http://kshadeslayer.wordpress.com/2011/09/02/gsoc-update/ for KDE related news about it. Cheers, Kevin
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