Status: Work-In-Progress (not complete)
My goal is to be able to sync calendars between my own systems and share calendars with the other members of my family. I want to be able to be able to work both online & offline and have things updated easily.
I have the following systems:
- Home Laptop (shared calendar(s))
- Netbook (shared calendar(s) )
- Work Laptop (different calendar but visible on other systems)
Other Calendars / Family Members:
- Wife’s Laptop / Calendar (r/o)
- Son’s Laptop / Calendar (r/o)
I am looking at running a WebDav server (Ubuntu w/ Apache) on my home LAN and sync primarily at home. May use my broadband occasionally but primarily sync @ home. I would like to use Sunbird / Lightning. Sunbird has experimental caching and lighting does not seem to have any. I have not worked this out yet.
I am using subversion to sync another data file, so I might do that with these as well, but I don’t think that would be the best solution.
Things to sync
- Calendar / tasks
- Address book
- bookmarks (Firefox)
- kee database