(a prerequisite would be to have per-collection sync intervals.)
Then you could respect http header meta-information, e.g. when it tells you how long this resource may be cached or when its expiring (and then trigger a new sync).
This could help save bandwith and computing time on the long run if servers send correct headers.
I have a calendar which is shared by my wife.
She puts a lot of events with alarms/notifications in it.
It would be cool if davdroid allows to enable/disable alarms on each calendar.
I know that this could also be part of the server or even the calendar app on android, but as an user might use different server or apps, davdroid is the one single point which is used for all.
Thank you for your great software!
Just for completeness: On Apache you would rename the conf file so that the site you wish to be the base site comes first. So, in /etc/httpd/conf.d I have:
So I renamed owncloud.conf to aa_owncloud.conf so the listing now looks like
and now the correct certificate (after restarting apache) is delivered to non-SNI capable clients. Happy days. Perhaps I could put this info in a wiki somewhere. Is there one? I spent ages trying to get SSL to work with a self-signed cert before I read the entry in the FAQ about SNI support.