@colona Ah I see. Yes as usual I forgot to push the tag.
cool tool, but it would be awesome to add an FTP url. I want to store my ICS Thunderbird calendar on my FritzBox NAS where I can access it via a ftp adress that can only be accessed from within my home network.
Unfortunately ICSx5 doesn’t let me subscribe to a ftp URL. It only says “invalid adress” if no http/https URL is specified.
Are there any plans to integrate plain ftp support?
At the moment, only HTTP(S) is supported and there are no plans to support the very outdated FTP. Can’t you publish it over HTTP on the FritzBox?
Indeed, there’s a function to publish a NAS file within my network.
However, I now just realized that ICSx5 is only read-only. Any plans to make it writable and sync in both directions ?
Please see https://icsx5.bitfire.at/faq/#does-icsx-support-two-way-sync for that.
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was used by some apps for users that don’t want to install their own / non-cloud caldav server (e.g. icssync that is no longer maintained).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