The point is: adding that “feature” to every app doesn’t scale. Other apps implementing it nonetheless doesn’t mean it is a good feature. Here is another solution which might fit your needs better since it keeps your server hidden from the internet:
Give your server a DNS name which is only resolvable in your home network. Then if you’re on the go, the domain will not resolve and there is no connection to a wrong server.
Display VEVENT Url property as text in description?
A VEVENT entry can have a URL associated with it. Unfortunately, the Android CalendarContract.Events has no URL property.
Because icsdroid’s events are read-only by design, icsdroid could maybe append the value from the URL to the description, so that the URL shows in android calendar apps (in the description box)?
(From my tests, some android magic will make the URL a clickable link again)
@kralo Thanks for this suggestion. This could also be used for DAVdroid.
Seems like the
URLproperty is not used as a general-purpose field, but its purpose is:
This property may be used to convey a location where a more dynamic rendition of the calendar information can be found.