Contact sync and calendar sync with Nextcloud have been a repeated conversation. There are some 'almost ready' apps like UBsync and the Nextcloud webapp. How much development effort would be required to have a nextcloud friendly calendar and contact sync?
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RE: Ubuntu Touch Q&A 42 - Saturday, January 5, 2019
RE: Ubuntu Touch Audiocast (UTA) Episode 39 - Discussion
should we dare publish 'the tutorial'? :-0 Let's see how it goes for Uncle Wayne with his new digitizer on N5!
Ubuntu Touch Audiocast (UTA) Episode 39 - Discussion
EPISODE 39 - DOGFOODING
Looking for a place to agree or disagree with Wayne and Joe about what they said on the Audiocast? You've found it, friend! Let it all out (well... maybe not all)!
If you haven't listened UTA 39, or read its show notes already, follow this link
RE: New Audiocast Available Now!
@libremax hey! people are talking! nice. Thanks for that. I like to talk, talk talk...
We all have the same mic. It's a audio-technica ATR-2100.
then we all record to audacity
then we use Mumble to connect real-time.
then... poor Joe deals with the pain after. But.. your compliments keep him motivated!
good work on that painful editing, Jobot...
RE: A possible Dash replacement
i have some comments. first, very nice work on this. I'm now witnessing the 'familiar' feeling of 'push-hold-move' of apps.
however, i might not be properly understanding the functionality because in my opinion, all we need is to take exactly what we have now, and then add the 'push-hold-move' functionality so you can move the apps around the 'home' screen like other OS designs.
We have the launcher for 'favourites' and showing what is open and accessing quickly.
I think the problem is that currently it's operating as an 'app' but if it was built into core, then all of this would make more sense for me?
I see that even with "sprint" running now I can still access the launcher which is great.
In fact, it seems like this should work great. The only thing I feel is missing in this version is the ability to swipe to the right/left so you can access 'empty desktops'
Again, I think if this was built in as core OS operation this would all make sense?
RE: Ubuntu Touch Audiocast (UTA) Episode 37 Discussion
Great discussion here!
Wayne: "hi, Wayne, how are you doing?"
Wayne; "Great thanks, and you?"
Wayne: Not bad, man. Not bad.
Wayne: "Cool....hmm... where is everyone else? Even Joe?"
Wayne: No idea. I think they don't like us. They think we suck.
Wayne: Well... we do..
Wayne: Right! That!
Ubuntu Touch Audiocast (UTA) Episode 36 Discussion
Hi. We are UTA.
We thought it might be nice to slap a post right here that is specifically to discuss this episode 36. Then, we could do a stand-alone entry for each episode so a historical chit-chat could exist.
We'll post a link to this post here into the shownotes each time (if you like the idea) and we can carry on ideas and stuff.
So... check back here later and see if anyone does anything.
And... I'm totally using markdown here and this forum supports it, yay me, yay forum!
RE: "5 minute" tasks
here is a cool one. Check out this idea which could also be a '5 minute task' too
RE: "5 minute" tasks
@doniks this seems really useful. are you part of the matrix bootcamp group? If not... probably you could be and should be since myself and a few others are trying to learn to become a developer there. I'm baby beginner but i'm trying with about 15 minutes a day. your list here could be really practical. I will post this to the group and see if it helps them. thanks for this practical one :)