@criadoperez I should also mention that I do trust Apple a lot more than I do Google and don't really take any issues with file storage with them, even if the government can access it.
If I had data that I didn't want anyone seeing, I certainly wouldn't make it available on any cloud storage, even self-hosted.
@marquiskurt @nextcloud Looks like what I did with syncthing. I only use it in local mode, so when I either connect to my vpn at home or am connected to my wifi it'll sync documents. But this has a lovely interface and also does calendar/contacts it looks like!
I'm too scared to host anything over the net yet (outside of my one vpn entry point), because I don't trust my security skills!
@rjkershner @nextcloud Yeah, there's a calendar and contacts app available. I use it occasionally to track my classes and some personal events. Tried CalDAV sync with UT and my Apple devices. Apple requires HTTPS, and it works when I do some self-signed certs, but UT doesn't support it. So I have to use an insecure means of accessing CalDAV for it; that is, until/unless Let's Encrypt supports local addresses via Zeroconf.
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