Re: [Evolution-hackers] Want to post bounty for SyncML plugin (to use with eGroupware)


This is awesome. Thank you so much for the work.

About the link -- eGroupware changed the website about two days after I
posted my email. I knew about it, but couldn't change the original
message, obviously. I didn't think there was any real interest in doing
this, so I didn't bother to send an update to the list.

I'll post my bounty to turn your work into a plugin so that people can
simply fill in a few check boxes and make it happen. Right now it is
possible to do with MultiSync, but you obviously know that is a
less-than-optimal solution since you wrote SyncEvolution.

Again, thanks for the beautiful work,

On Mon, 2006-06-05 at 22:44 +0200, Patrick Ohly wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-05-25 at 13:33 +0900, Daniel Bo wrote:
> > I will post a bounty for a plugin to Evo for SyncML, and have asked for
> > help from the eGroupware community before I do. I would like input from
> > the potential programmers of the plugin on how to write the bounty and
> > whether there is a better API for the sync.
> I have a command line SyncML client nearly ready for testing with
> calendars, contacts and tasks. egroupware seems to use the Funambol
> SyncML server - this should work. There's no need to post a bounty, I'll
> release the client anyway. A version for just contacts has been
> available for a while now [1].
> However, I didn't intend to put it into a plugin because I wanted to
> avoid the learning curve for that - perhaps your bounty would motivate
> someone to work on that aspect.
> > Please look at the details on the eGroupware forums:
> >
> The URL above didn't work, but with a little searching I found:
> [1]

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