fedora apps and mobile phone

Stephen Gallagher sgallagh at redhat.com
Fri Jul 23 12:04:17 UTC 2010


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On 07/23/2010 05:42 AM, François Patte wrote:
> Bonjour,
> 
> I am seeking for a mobile phone with calendar applications which could
> be easily synchronized with thunderbird lightning extension under fedora.
> 
> I use lighthing to manage a "central" calendar on IMP at my university
> and I would like to be able to do the same with a mobile phone, but, I
> don't want an "internet mobile phone", an USB port, or/and bluetooth
> or/and WIFI on the mobile would be enough for me.
> 
> Does anybody has some ideas (about the mobile phone (great)) or where I
> can ask such a question?
> 
> Thank you.
> 

Personally (while I know it's leaving data in the cloud), I find that
it's easiest to simply use a third-party like Google Calendar to handle
the synchronization.

Many smartphones these days have over-the-air sync with Google (Apple's
iPhone, all of the Android-based phones...) and Thunderbird/Lightning
has the Google Provider extension to sync with Google Calendar.

Also, with such a solution there's no hassle with getting the sync
application to work either (since there's no need to directly connect
the phone to the computer for syncing)

Of course, if there are reasons why your calendar data cannot be stored
in the cloud, then this is not the solution for you.

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