Message from discussion New Sports calendars - not sync able?
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Subject: Re: New Sports calendars - not sync able?
From: uPirate <brockbry...@gmail.com>
To: Google Calendar Data API <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I have to agree that pretty much worthless to not allow syncing with
3rd party devices for the Sports Calendars. When I'm seeing if I have
anything going on, where am I going to look...my phone, that's where.
Why? Because it's on me at all times and I have it synced to
everything I possibly can. So why, on God's green Earth, would you
offer such a great feature as the Sports Calendars..and then limit the
functionality of them? Please explain the reasoning behind such a
mistake in development? Thanks.
On Sep 19, 7:18=A0am, robdbirch <rbi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Well, that makes them significantly less useful!
> In fact, almost worthless.
> I guess people could form a friendly community and create their own
> and make them public via (CC)http://creativecommons.org/?
> I don't think Google the NFL, NCAA own the rights to calendar date
> On Sep 8, 6:46=A0pm, Trevor Johns <tjo...@google.com> wrote:
> > On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 10:28 AM, AK<alex...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > The new sports calendars don't seem to be sync able. Is this right?
> > > Why?
> > Yes, that's correct. You cannot sync the sports calendars, because we
> > don't allow any API operations to be performed on the sports
> > calendars.
> > --
> > Trevor Johns