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[Locked] Request - Gcal Applet
dlb54 English 3 fabounet [Read]
01 March 2013 à 00:15

dlb54, Wednesday 27 February 2013 à 23:23


Subscription date : 27 February 2013
Messages : 1
Google calendar integrated into a calendar applet would be nice.
It's the best calendar I've ever used.

fabounet, Thursday 28 February 2013 à 11:35


Subscription date : 30 November 2007
Messages : 17118
that could be a good idea, is there anything special about Google Calendar ?

matttbe, Thursday 28 February 2013 à 11:52


Subscription date : 24 January 2009
Messages : 12573
Hello,
I'm using calendar-indicator: => http://webupd8.org/2012/11/google-calendar-indicator-adds-options.html
But it can be nice to integrate this calendar into Clock's calendar (it already supports ics files and it's possible to have a "private" address to download ics files for each calendar from Google Calendar)

fabounet, Friday 01 March 2013 à 00:15


Subscription date : 30 November 2007
Messages : 17118
(it already supports ics files and it's possible to have a "private" address to download ics files for each calendar from Google Calendar

indeed, but you have to manually download the file, and you can't push it back to the google server
so going with the google API is needed, but maybe easier in Python

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[Locked] Request - Gcal Applet
dlb54 English 3 fabounet [Read]
01 March 2013 à 00:15


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