By sebsto on mai 02, 2008
Just a couple of hours before flying to JavaONE 2008, I released the new version of JSCalendarSync.
Progress is doing well since a couple of months as Mark, the guy behind iClock, started to contribute a lot of code and many good ideas, so, once again, many thanks to Mark for taking the time to improve JSCalendarSync.
This new version allows users to synchronize Tasks, a.k.a. ToDo. It also includes a Preference Pane to set some rarely used, but useful, parameters. Last but not least it allows user to choose which Sun Calendar to synchronize instead of the default one.
On the bug fixes side, we should now get rid of the time zone issue for All Day events. I received positive reports form users in America/New-York, Australia/Sidney and Europe/Belgium time zones.
Please check the complete change log for more details.
You can download JSCalendarSync from the Sourceforge's repository. Please, continue to report feedback and issue as it helps to improve the tool.