[Owncloud] Not seeing Shared entries while using KDE Kontact/Kalendar
blizzz at owncloud.com
Wed Oct 16 10:52:22 UTC 2013
which KDE version?
When I used Kontact, I simply used generic *dav type to configure
ownCloud calenders and contacts, instead of the ownCloud type. All
calenders were shown, including shared ones. So far so good.
However, even in KDE 4.11 Kontact/Akonadi is so much unusable and has
(for me) many bugs in many places. Including displaying of
calendars/contacts/mails, searching Contacts etc. Eventually, I
completely got rid of it, because it was not usable in a productive way.
I am using Evolution now. It works. Though i don't like the application
too much, compared to Kontact it is usable and compared to Thunderbird
has a better UX imho.
P.S.: I am really really sad about this, because Kontact itself is an
awesome application, unfortunately never reached the stability in the
KDE 4 cycle that it had before. Would it not be dramatic showstopper, it
is superior to all the groupwares I know.
On Mi, 2013-10-16 at 10:54 +0200, Joerg Mertin wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I am trying to quit using Thunderbird and its calendar app, trying to get
> everything running in KDE Kontact. So far everything works as long as it
> concerns myself.
> However, for the sake of the family, we have some shared calendars
> controlled/shared by my wife.
> Setup of the system: it is running on a QNap NAS, Owncloud 4.5.13 at the
> moment. As every version change has done quite some problems with the apple-
> devices of the rest of the family (Using cyanogemod on a Nexus 7 myself), I
> tend to change to the next major version only when a feature is missing.
> In the lightning application (used with Thunderbird), I have to configure each
> and every entry manually (Means, each and every shared calendar).
> As the integration of the Kalendar is quite advanced (Even asks if I have an
> owncloud backend < 5), is there a possibility for having shared calendars
> showing up automatically ? or does this only work with Owncloud 5.x ?
> Thx for any hints.
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