Actually I didn’t have a particular client in mind when implementing this feature, but wanted it to be vCard 4.0
compliant. I think RFC 6350 is pretty clear that for URI’s which are used for voice communication TEL properties should be preferred, and the SipAddress data kind in Android is only used for voice calls AFAIK. (The SipAddress data kind is displayed as “Internet Call” in the standard contacts app “People”.)
What's the current state of DAVx5's Horde5 Caldav (Kronolith) & Carddav (Turba) support?
What’s the current DAVx support status for Horde 5’s caldav/cardav servers?
Specifically, ‘kronolith’ & ‘turba’:
The DAVx ‘test with’ page
is old (Dec 2018), and makes no mention of Kronolith/calendar support …
and makes no mention of Kronolith/calendar support …
When it was tested, there was already Kronolith/Turba, as far as I remember.
If you have up-to-date information about (maybe better?) CalDAV/CardDAV support of Horde, please let us know, so that we can update the page.
Unfortunately, I don’t. I’m looking for a reliable/lightweight, local, backend server solution on linux, that works well with DAVx android clients.
Radicale – a lightweight and functional local fave for a long while – is, unfortunately, dying a slow death of neglect.
Standalone SabreDav is a deployment challenge. fruux appears to be online service only? baikal might be alive again?
OwnCloud/NextCloud is bloated/overkill for such use … and devs don’t appear interested in use-cases other than their standalone-server ones.
Zimbra, Horde, Kolab, Cyrus, etc. all provide CalDAV/CardDAV options, but come with their own full-blown IMAP installs, iiuc. Again, overkill.
Of those, Horde appears? to be possibly the lightest weight … hence my question here.
I see. There are some options… Radicale, Baïkal, Calendar and Contacts Server should all work for you. Or of course you can use a bigger project like Nextcloud or SOGo. CalDAV/CardDAV support of Horde is not that great; it seems that it was not designed for that and so there are some problems (just search for Horde in this forum). But basically it works, so it’s absolutely possible.
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@r5l259, you wrote you consider the Radicale server project to be slowly dying. May I draw your attention to the fact that Radicale recently released an update to new version 3.0 with a rather big set of changes? Maybe what you have interpreted as being neglected has been just lots of work going on silently?
The v3.0.3 got released little more than a week ago, looks to me like this is moving again…