EteSync: e2e encrypted calendar, contacts, tasks, notes etc.

  • This is something that is starting to become a pretty interesting fully end to end encrypted alternative to CalDAV etc.
    Especially with the recently released 2.0 version that offers a more flexible platform similar to Firebase. They offer a free tier for developers, but it can also be fully self-hosted.

    The web-client apps could probably be easily made to work on UT, and one could probably get the CalDAV to etesync bridge working as a deamon for tighter integration.

    But IMHO, maybe this is something that could be supported natively in UT? There is already KDE and Gnome support for it, so Lomiri is lagging behind 😛

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