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KDE and OpenSource: CalDAV/CardDAV/GroupDAV Support for Akonadi

tags: KDE, Akonadi, CalDAV
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Another month, another new resource for Akonadi ;) Well, actually the resource has been started by Grégory Oestreicher 3 month ago and just recently I came across the code in playground and gave it a try. After some code cleanup (to simplify the later move to kdepim/runtime/resources) I started to refactor some parts of the resource to better match the design of Akonadi. Some of the features have been removed during that work (e.g. only reload data that ...

url: http://tokoe-kde.blogspot.com/2010/02/caldavcarddavgroupdav-support-for.html

type: article, format: blog


KDE PIM - Akonadi

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This diagram illustrates the basic aspects of the Akonadi architecture. It's built around a central storage which is accessed through a language and platform neutral protocol. On top of this protocol a set of APIs is provided which are used to access the PIM data in the storage. There are two kinds of users of the APIs. First, there are the applications like Kontact, KOffice or Evolution. Second, there are resources which transfer data between ...

url: http://pim.kde.org/akonadi/

type: article, format: wiki