Calendar Remote

My hosting provider does not provide Webdav.  Is there a way I could just 
publish the .ics file on my webhosting server and synch it so that my wife 
and I can share a calendar?
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Bob
2/17/2006 11:52:05 PM
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Bob wrote:
> My hosting provider does not provide Webdav.  Is there a way I could just 
> publish the .ics file on my webhosting server and synch it so that my wife 
> and I can share a calendar?

You can also use FTP (read-write) or HTTP (read-only) to subscribe 
and/or publish to your online calendar:

ftp://username:password@server/filename.ics
http://server/filename.ics

For more information look at http://calendarhelp.mozdev.org/open.xul 
under "Sharing Calendars - URLs".
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Jef
2/20/2006 10:31:23 AM
Jef Driesen ecrivait le 20/02/2006 11:31:

> You can also use FTP (read-write) or HTTP (read-only) to subscribe 
> and/or publish to your online calendar:

I've the same problem.
I can read but it is impossible to update my calendar on a ftp server.
I've the write permissions !
The errors doesn't occur with calendar Firefox version.
Thanks for any help.

Thunderbird 1.5 + Calendar 2006-01-16 (stable)
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FrekoDing
2/22/2006 1:07:37 PM
On Wed, 22 Feb 2006 14:07:37 +0100, FrekoDing <frekoding@9online.fr>
wrote:

>Jef Driesen ecrivait le 20/02/2006 11:31:
>
>> You can also use FTP (read-write) or HTTP (read-only) to subscribe 
>> and/or publish to your online calendar:
>
>I've the same problem.
>I can read but it is impossible to update my calendar on a ftp server.
>I've the write permissions !
>The errors doesn't occur with calendar Firefox version.
>Thanks for any help.
>
>Thunderbird 1.5 + Calendar 2006-01-16 (stable)

The Calendar extension relies on the FTP support of the 'host'
software. The extension running with Firefox uses Firefox's FTP
support, but Thunderbird lacks FTP support, hence, you cannot use the
Calendar extension with Thunderbird to sync remote calendars.

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Ernie
2/23/2006 12:48:23 AM
Ernie ecrivait le 23/02/2006 01:48:

> The Calendar extension relies on the FTP support of the 'host'
> software. The extension running with Firefox uses Firefox's FTP
> support, but Thunderbird lacks FTP support, hence, you cannot use the
> Calendar extension with Thunderbird to sync remote calendars.

Thunderbird and Firefox are based on Gecko, no ?!
The FTP fonctionnality are differently implemented ?
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FrekoDing
2/23/2006 1:41:19 PM
On Thu, 23 Feb 2006 14:41:19 +0100, FrekoDing <frekoding@9online.fr>
wrote:

>Ernie ecrivait le 23/02/2006 01:48:
>
>> The Calendar extension relies on the FTP support of the 'host'
>> software. The extension running with Firefox uses Firefox's FTP
>> support, but Thunderbird lacks FTP support, hence, you cannot use the
>> Calendar extension with Thunderbird to sync remote calendars.
>
>Thunderbird and Firefox are based on Gecko, no ?!
>The FTP fonctionnality are differently implemented ?

That is my understanding from the article "FTP not working with TB
extension?" (http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=228454)


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Ernie
2/24/2006 11:47:26 AM
FrekoDing wrote on 23.02.2006:

>> The Calendar extension relies on the FTP support of the 'host'
>> software. The extension running with Firefox uses Firefox's FTP
>> support, but Thunderbird lacks FTP support, hence, you cannot use the
>> Calendar extension with Thunderbird to sync remote calendars.

> Thunderbird and Firefox are based on Gecko, no?!

Yes.

> The FTP fonctionnality are differently implemented?

No, but when compiling these applications one can choose whether he
wants to build with FTP support (as is the case with Firefox) or
without FTP support (as is the case with Thunderbird).


-- 
Simon Paquet
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Simon
2/24/2006 4:30:47 PM
Ernie ecrivait le 24/02/2006 12:47:

> That is my understanding from the article "FTP not working with TB
> extension?" (http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=228454)

Yes.
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FrekoDing
2/25/2006 10:53:29 PM
Simon Paquet ecrivait le 24/02/2006 17:30:

> No, but when compiling these applications one can choose whether he
> wants to build with FTP support (as is the case with Firefox) or
> without FTP support (as is the case with Thunderbird).

Thanks for your help.
I'm not familiar with Xul and Mozilla programming...
Do you know where I can find a calendar version with FTP support (for 
Thunderbird) ?
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FrekoDing
2/25/2006 11:08:55 PM
And on the seventh day FrekoDing spoke:

>> No, but when compiling these applications one can choose whether he
>> wants to build with FTP support (as is the case with Firefox) or
>> without FTP support (as is the case with Thunderbird).
>
>Thanks for your help.
>I'm not familiar with Xul and Mozilla programming...
>Do you know where I can find a calendar version with FTP support (for 
>Thunderbird)?

No, I don't know that.

You will have to build Thunderbird with FTP support for yourself or find
someone who does this for you.

Please keep in mind, that there is a reason why Thunderbird does not 
support FTP. As a mailreader it simply does not need it. Enabling it 
for Thunderbird would open the application for potential security 
attacks against Gecko's FTP implementation.

Simon
-- 
Sunbird/Calendar Website Maintainer:
http://www.mozilla.org/projects/calendar
Sunbird/Calendar blog: http://weblogs.mozillazine.org/calendar
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Simon
2/26/2006 12:04:57 AM
Bob <Robertt@qmail.com> wrote in
news:Xns976DBFEF85832bobthebrownscom@216.196.97.169: 

> My hosting provider does not provide Webdav.  Is there a way I could
> just publish the .ics file on my webhosting server and synch it so
> that my wife and I can share a calendar?

Ok.  To round this thread up to my original question I will tell you what I 
have done.  I installed the php app, Webcalenda, on my server.  It is 
running quite nicely and it has a URL for remote subscription and one for 
remote publishing.  I then installed Firefox Calendar, I am running FF 1.5 
+.  I was able to subscribe to my remote Webcalendar app with no problem.  
It downloads all of the events in my Webcalendar app.  On the other hand, I 
have been unable to publish any changes to the Webcalendar app.  Am I 
missing something or does this just not work yet with Mozilla Calendar?
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Bob
3/1/2006 5:24:52 PM
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