Patrick Ohly a écrit :
It has been a while that I posted anything here. Ironically, since I
started working on SyncEvolution full-time beginning of this year, I
seem to have *less* time left compared to the previous years when I did
it in my spare time ;-)
For those who haven't heard about it:
* SyncEvolution is a SyncML client synchronizing PIM data with
SyncML servers . The versions <= 0.8.1 are available for
Maemo  and work with the builtin address book and the Dates
* This year it became the sync solution in Moblin and switched to
the Synthesis SyncML engine , with the goal of using that
also as SyncML server on a desktop .
* We have direct client to server synchronization working in the
development branch, without depending on closed third party
I'd love to see the latest SyncEvolution releases packaged properly for
Maemo, and so do users . 0.8.1 still works fine on the older Maemo
releases it is available for, but 0.9 has several relevant improvements,
for example synchronization with Google Contacts and a GTK GUI.
I'm posting here because I hope that an interested developer or
maintainer will step up and take over packaging for Maemo. You can be
sure that this will have full support when it comes to merging patches
and including the Maemo port as first-class citizen in releases.
Eh, funny, I just posted yet another thread on talk
The syncevolution and libsynthesis packages have recently been uploaded
to Debian (I sponsored them) and I would really be interested to be able
to use them on both laptop and n900 (when I have one). So yeah, at one
point I may give a hand for that to happen.
Does the to-be-release 0.9.1 will do the direct sync without third party