Can you add the time of the last successful sync ?
Because right now we only know of the time of the last sync, successful or not.
It can be usefull if the server is down, and you don’t know who of you or your friends has the last updated calendar.
@rfc2822 well nothing that I know of. I tend to be rather conservative on what I install (mostly F-Droid stuff).
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?)
@armadillo Synchronizing events (and tasks) is a very complicated task and it’s not done with simple copy operations. All the complex operations and requirements are best covered by a separate protocol – as CalDAV.