Just want to recall that old topic, which still actual for some of us 🙂
So, I made iCloud sync with calendar and birthdays (the second point was a little bit tricky, but it works now).
But, the last stone still without any movement - iCloud reminders:
tried to do that with vdirsyncer: as result, I got an empty file without any reminder (tried many different setup)
tried to search for any other suitable ways: different scripts, etc. Nope.
means the following. Git shallow clone lets you pull down just the latest commits, not the entire repo history. So if your project has years of history, or history from thousands of commits, you can select a particular depth to pull.
I am building an app to control my mirror at a distance and am using MMM-Remote-Control’s API to perform actions on the mirror via HTTP requests.
I’d like to be able to, for example, send a request with a message in the payload and a region to display the message on. So I could send “Hello!” and have it appear in the bottom left, in the center, in the top_bar, etc.
Is there a way to easily display something at a position not declared in the config? Right now I’m thinking of making one fixed “module” for each position possible and then just sending the request to a specific module to display it at that modules fixed position, but I was wondering if y’all had any better ideas?
Thanks a ton,
Looking forward to building this thing
I would search for an npm progress bar module(there’s one for sure).
Then install it via npm.
Include it in your code via the getScript() method.
Use it in your code as described in the npm module.
From my point of view it’s the easiest way in this environment without doing all on your own.
In order to get anything onto my calendar, I’d need to have notification support, Please stand by, I’ll get it running as soon as I can.
In the mean time, You can show the module in a different way, and use something like MMM-CalendarExt2 to display an ICS with the school calendars in a list. In the image here, I have my public events listed in a couple of different ICS files, and shown here.
If you’d like to know how I did it, please let me know.
@MsHyper many people use a script to fetch the caldav as an ics with curl, into the calendar module folder
and use that file in a local url