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manipulate Evolution, KCalExtended/mkcal, QtContacts PIM items via uniform command line

The current development version of SyncEvolution, the one which will become 1.1, has some new features which may be useful for command line aficionados like myself: query and manipulate items in the d

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SyncEvolution 1.0 released

After several betas and lot of testing, it's finally time to announce the end of the 1.0 development cycle: SyncEvolution 1.0 is released and replaces 0.9.2 as the stable version.

0.1 was released over four years ago. It has always bee part of the long-term vision to bring "personal SyncML" to desktops. Thanks to the Synthesis engine and Intel's support for the project, this goal has been reached and this release really deserves the magic 1.0 label.

For those not familiar with the project, SyncEvolution synchronizes personal information management (PIM) data like contacts, calenders, tasks, and memos using the SyncML information synchronization standard. Up to and including 0.9.2, a third-party SyncML server was required. In 1.0, SyncEvolution itself is able to act as a SyncML server, both via HTTP and Bluetooth (direct sync with phones).

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SyncEvolution 1.0 beta 2 released

SyncEvolution 1.0 beta 2 is available. Binary packages are provided, including Bluetooth support this time. Major improvements:

  • easier setup of a phone with the sync-ui and GNOME Bluetooth plugin
  • prevention of slow sync enabled by default and integrated into sync-ui
  • recovery dialog and restore from backup in sync-ui
  • database dumps and comparisons more efficient

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FOSDEM 2010

To learn more about SyncEvolution, come to FOSDEM 2010:

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SyncEvolution 0.9.2 and 1.0 beta released, support Maemo 5/Nokia N900

SyncEvolution 0.9.2 and 1.0 beta are available. 0.9.2 replaces 0.9.1 as the official stable release. Binary packages are provided. Changes in both releases are listed below.

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SyncEvolution 1.0 alpha 1 released

Today we are releasing SyncEvolution 1.0 alpha 1, a development snapshot, "because we can" :-)

In particular, we can:

  • synchronize directly with a phone over Bluetooth/OBEX
  • accept Bluetooth/OBEX connections in cooperation with obexd 0.19
  • run SyncEvolution as a rudimentary HTTP SyncML server
  • be reasonably sure that it compiles and runs as well as 0.9.x because it passes the same nightly testing without known regressions

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SyncEvolution 0.9.1 released

SyncEvolution 0.9.1 is available. It replaces 0.9 as the official stable release. Changes since that version are listed below. Changes made between beta releases (for those who helped testing them) are documented in the beta release announcement.

There are some known issues, see below. The more issues get reported and fixed, the sooner there will be a 0.9.2 maintenance update, so keep the reports coming. If you want to report something or get involved, then contact the team.

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SyncEvolution 0.9.1 beta released

SyncEvolution 0.9.1 beta 2 is available, release after fixing all issues which were found in beta 1. It is going to replace 0.9 as the official stable release soon, so this is the chance to find and report problems before they sneak into the final 0.9.1 - die, bugs, die!

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SyncEvolution 0.9 released

SyncEvolution 0.9 has been released! The 0.9 version replaces 0.8.1 as the stable version on Linux desktops. Mac OS X and Maemo have not been updated and remain at 0.8.1 (hint: volunteers wanted).

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New SyncEvolution Web Site

The SyncEvolution team is pleased to announce our new web site and place to interact with the SyncEvolution community. Most of the content and documentation from our previous site (http://estamos.de) has been migrated here. Let us know what you think!

For Users

The documentation gives an overview of the project. It describes how to install SyncEvolution on different platforms and configure and run it. This is a summary in a few simple steps. The full documentation of the command line is also on-line.

The compatibility page explains what platforms SyncEvolution runs on and which servers it works with. Known limitations are documented there as well as in the list of known issues.

If you need help, then please let us know.

For Developers

The development section of this site hosts the more technical information about SyncEvolution. It also describes how work is organized in this project and how to engage with the core developers.

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