On Fri, 2012-03-30 at 21:52 +0100, David Woodhouse wrote: > Since I've been using this "in anger" for my company email for the last > few months, and I haven't had cause to touch the code since the > beginning of December... I suppose it's about time I pulled my finger > out, called it a "release", and tried to import it into GNOME. So... > http://git.gnome.org/browse/evolution-activesync/ > git://git.gnome.org/evolution-activesync > For those who weren't aware: this is a basic implementation of the > ActiveSync protocol, in a standalone dæmon which is accessed by DBus. Wow, this sounds both awesome for users, and an interesting chunk of code to look at. > Clients of this dæmon include a Camel provider which is included in the > git repository, and a SyncEvolution plugin for calendar/contacts > synchronisation, which is shipped with SyncEvolution itself > We could add e-d-s back ends for direct access to calendar/contacts too. > The Camel provider supports Evolution 3.0 and 3.2; I've made a start at > updating it to 3.4 but won't finish it before I disappear for a week, > starting tomorrow. If any kind person feels like copying most of Milan's > commits f7dd1cd2 and 8cf26212 from evolution-ews, that would be much > appreciated. Otherwise I'll get to it when I get back.
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