baikal caldav server

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Baikal Server

Baikal is a Caldav/CardDAV server which is simple to install and compatible with OSX apps. It is a good choice if you want to run your own server. The latest stable version is 0.27; a 2.0 version has been in the workings for a while.

The URLs of the calendars can be found on the web-interface: look for the Calendar token ID, which is either default or a long alphanumeric string.

There is no downloadable ics that I am aware of.

Calendar-idCALENDAR_TOKEN_ID

Main urlhttp://BAIKAL-SERVER-URL/cal.php/calendars/USER_ID

CalDAV urlhttp://BAIKAL-SERVER-URL/cal.php/calendars/USER_ID/CALENDAR_TOKEN_ID

2016-12-01 21:43:48gstlouis

ref: http://ict4g.net/adolfo/notes/2015/07/04/determing-url-of-caldav.html

gstlouis
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2016-12-02 10:16:26

great web app
http://www.trbtr.de/pmw/pmwiki.php/Text/Baikal-caldavzap

info 

CalDavZAP

Use a text editor to open config.js in CalDavZAP's main directory.

  1. disable globalAccountSettings (this seems to be default now, so might be skipped)
  2. change globalNetworkCheckSettings to the URL for your server:
    var globalNetworkCheckSettings={href: 'http://your.server.xyz/bk/cal.php/principals/',... (leave or change other params as you like)
  3. enable var globalUseJqueryAuth=true;
  4. configure other params (language, startview, etc) as you like...
  5. Look for the file "cache.manifest" in caldavzap directory, on its 2nd line (starting with #V) change maybe the last digit of the following number. This is needed to make the browser flush the cache from last usage - there is also a script to do that, but it does not work for me.
gstlouis
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2017-10-09 22:03:51