Thx, seems that webdav was used by some apps for users that don’t want to install their own / non-cloud caldav server (e.g. icssync that is no longer maintained).
Found a chinese, closed source alternative (not reliably working, but am desperate):
Or setting up Baikal on Fritzbox, but then all mods will be gone after an update and I guess one is exposed to the internet:
Or google or the closed source, paid / beta https://generalsync.com/de/
All far from perfect, still think the use case of users wanting to sync with their local (ics) files is valid, to avoid the cloud.
However, thanks for the cool & solid DAVx⁵ & ICSx⁵ so far
Hm, I guess the problem is the unescaped ; in the X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION line. I don’t think there is an easy way to work around that. Creating a new calendar without that event like suggested by @devvv4ever is probably the best solution.
The issue with published Office365 Calendars is they do not include VALARM attributes - so, of course you won’t be able to sync reminders with ICSx⁵.
Here is an example of a published calendar, that (in Outlook,) has a 15 min reminder, which does not show up in the ICS document.
You can add reminders manually to the Android calendar (after the subscription pulls down events) - but the next sync overwrites these events, wiping out any reminders you may have set.
As a work around, would it be possible to add an option to not remove reminders that have been set manually (if the ics data does not contain VALARM attributes?)
@lajuga said in Unable to setup a subscription because of timeouts:
Isn’t it more that if the request is fulfilled after 5 seconds the user has had a wonderful experience of reactivity and everything is fine and a set timeout never came into play?
No, reactivity doesn’t mean that the desired result is achieved at all, but that it’s achieved in acceptable time. It is not acceptable to wait 1 or 2 minutes for a simple calendar to be refreshed, because this time is far too long for what is possible and indicates severe implementation problems.
Actually I very much would prefer the calendar data to be delivered at all, even if that would mean that I had to wait two minutes for it. Patience is a virtue and seriously: so what if it takes five minutes to update the calendar data?
Basically, there’s nothing wrong with that. Let me describe the situation: What whould you think about ICSx⁵ if it took 5 min to start (from the time you click on the launcher icon)? I could say, well it does important things, it calculates the calendar list and renders some colored dots, it takes 5 minutes. Wouldn’t you say that’s unacceptable and choose another app which launches immediately?
You are certainly right, that the server side seems to suck big time, but often - as e. g. in my case - there is simply no way to change anything there.
Which leads to an important question: Why does your server take that long? What do server admins/support say about that?