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Obviously the future is more open standards and less proprietary solutions, but it would've been nice if Apple had given us (and our users) a transition path to work with, instead of silently abandoning SyncServices and pretend it never existed.
Right now we're stuck either creating a solution from scratch, or figuring out how to use an existing implementation in another language and figure out a bridging for it - neither of which appeals to me.
It's abundantly clear now, with the near-total silence of this list for the last several months, that the SyncServices team at Apple consists of an empty room with a single server running this list. I fully expect that SS will be silently dropped from 10.7; I guess we'll know on Wednesday.
The only solution is to write your own CalDAV/WebDAV implementation.We spent a good month looking for answers but ended up doing just that. There's no API available to sync with the new Mobile Me Calendar.RegardsFahadOn 17 Oct 2010, at 21:56, A. B. wrote:_______________________________________________On Jul 28, 2010, at 4:47 PM, Brian M. Criscuolo wrote:> Comments from the Sync Services team would be welcome as well.>Apple's silence is deafening.
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