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Yay! 🎉 We've developed an encrypted calendar in less than 2 months. 😃😍You can already check out the beta:
tutanota.com/blog/posts/free-e

@Tutanota damn. this is a killer feature compared to Protonmail now.

great job!

@Tutanota is becoming every day better and better... thanks guys ;)

@Tutanota Super! Ich habe schon ein paar Vorschläge: Es wäre schön, wenn es außer der Tages- und Monats-Ansicht auch eine Wochen- und Termin-Ansicht gäbe (habe die jedenfalls nicht gefunden). Außerdem wären verschiedene auswählbare Farben für die Termine toll 😇

@Tutanota how do I enable it? When will it be available in f-droid? Love your work 😀

@the_englishman @Tutanota it is available in the web client as one of the options in the menu. Will be on F-Droid as soon as they build it

@Tutanota
Can't find the source code of this calendar, same as with the backend.

Even facebook opensources more of their components without explicity advertising it as FOSS on their homepage

@succfemboi It's part of the repository, @charlag do you know where to find the calendar?

@Tutanota
Ok I take it back, but why the backend still hidden though. You might recieve code contributions from there as well
@charlag

@succfemboi @charlag We plan to release a small server for private users as open source. But as this is a lot of work, we have to focus on features first to increase Tutanota's overall competitiveness.

@Tutanota
Thanks for the response. It looks pretty well designed and functional but idk if pushing changes to github takes too much time though. Will the released backend be different from the one in use at on your service?
@charlag

@Tutanota Uuuuh!! That’s so cool! This could finally get me away from gmail and my beloved google calendar!

Please keep up the good work but don’t overdo yourself. ✨

@Tutanota
Toll!
Will it be accessible through WebDAV, for use with your own calendar app?

@MangoMonster @Tutanota no, it cannot be accessible through WebDAV because it's encrypted. We will see how much interop we can add in the future.

@charlag
Forgive me if I'm wrong, but doesn't Nextcloud implement it, even though it's encrypted?
@Tutanota

@MangoMonster @Tutanota there's an end-to-end encryption module for Nextcloud but it only encrypts data in the Files app (and it wasn't working with latest Nextcloud last time I checked).
To sync something, someone must be able to decrypt it and only you can do it.

Here's about our encryption:
tutanota.com/blog/posts/innova

@triF5 @Tutanota no, it cannot be accessible through WebDAV because it's encrypted. We will see how much interop we can add in the future.

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