FAQ
On the Coldsync-Hackers mailing list, it has been proposed that a
repository be set up for coldsync conduits, which are written usually in
Perl. I suggested that they be put on CPAN. Are there any
recommendations as to naming for that directory?

In case you don't know, coldsync is software for syncing a PalmOS device
without using the Palm desktop software (usually on *nix machines, where
there is not a "real" Palm desktop app available.) Conduits are tiny
programs that are run by coldsync so that something actually gets done
with your data, rather than just making a backup of the files. For
example, there are conduits to send your email, synchronize your
calendar app with the Gnome calendar app, and so on.

At the moment, there is no one central place to get these conduits - you
have to hunt for them.

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