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Month: April 2016

Re: kdeconnect alternative?

From: deloptes <deloptes@...>
Date: Sat, 16 Apr 2016 10:29:57 +0200
Michele Calgaro wrote:

> On 04/16/2016 07:29 AM, Diego M. Vadell wrote:
>> Hi,
>>     I'm replacing my old KDE4 desktop with the lastest release of
>>     Trinity.Does
>> anybody knows an alternative to kdeconnect, to sync files, notifications,
>> etc. with tablets and smartphones? I wouldn't like to reinstall KDE4 for
>> it.
>> Thanks!!
>>  -- Diego.
> Not sure what you can find in tde regarding that. There is some work going
> on from one of the new developers on syncevolution integration in TDE, but
> don't know the exact state. Worst case, you could try running kdeconnect
> inside Trinity, hopefully you will not have any conflicts. Otherwise you
> would have to look for other programs that do something similar. Cheers
>   Michele

I read the question twice to understand what Diego is looking for, but it
was not clear to me. Putting different things together did not make it very
clear either and I don't know the kdeconnect. 
All together there is not such thing in TDE that he's looking for. However
partially might be. There is Card/CalDav integrated in TDE by Tim, but I
never tried it out. I also did not try out other syncevolution capabilities
except the syncml and the file part.
I'm not sure if Diego is at the level to understand what is happening in the
background and I decided to keep silent on the subject.

Diego, can you explain what is your goal - ex.: what kind of protocols you
are targeting?