I’ve tried subscribing to the ICS calendar in Mailbox.org (which uses OX suite, recurrence docs). After correcting the date, the exception (08/10/2022) is not showing any-more
However, the addition (RDATE 22/10/2022) is ignored still. @femmdi Would you mind reaching out to Mailbox.org to ‘report’ that the addition listed above doesn’t work? I believe you’re a more-paying customer than I am
I also looked up SOGoand it seems that it doesn’t support RDATE. Last issue comment was a couple of years ago. EDIT: that bug report seems to be about RDATE within timezone blocks. @cos would you mind testing again if now just the exception is removed and the rest of the series continues?
It might still be interesting to report the ‘problem’ with the addition to your provider (if you’re not self-hosting) and see if they’re willing to work on this in/with SOGo
Haven’t tested in Thunderbird (I was convinced that it worked there via subscribing, although that would’ve been weird if the exception date was incorrect). Will do tomorrow.
My SOGo is self-hosted. It shows all events up until and including the exception date, but none following it.
If I understand 0004876: No custom recurrence possible correctly, I’m lucky to even see as much as I do with RDATE support being removed. Probably that means that SOGo does a bad job at parsing them, fails to properly sync them with other buggy software and thus refuses to allow creating them.
I successfully subscribed in Nextcloud. Trust it’ll work in other places as well.
Not ideal to have two separate calendar files, but I want to have something that the enthusiastic community members can subscribe to in their favourite (but broken) tool, while having a file to point to in the bug reports for these tools.
Will be merging tomorrow
And if there’s an alternative way to make the ICS file have ‘moved’ meetings in a way supported by more clients, I am all ears.