Ical sync webapp

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Hafiz Muhammad Hassaan S.Ayyaz G.Navdip K.Digvijay S.Sunaina G. have already sent a proposal.
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I want to build a ical synchronization service.
A website where the user can submit multiple ical calendar links and get 1 output ical link that is the total synchronized calendar from all the submitted ones.

let me try to explain.

One account holder in our site can have 1 property.
That property can then be listed at 2-2000 websites but what I think is most likely is that they will be listing their property in something like 5 websites and maximum 20 I think.

In this example, let's say the owner has listed their property in 20 websites.
The property owner will submit the ical link in our system to each of those 20 websites.
We will then synchronize all those 20 calendars down to our own ical calendar (the 21st calendar lets call this one the icalsync calendar).
This icalsync calendar is then the one that the property owner submit on each of the 20 websites to make sure that there are no double bookings and that the dates that are reserved with any website are then reserved on all the other websites.

Each of these websites has their own booking system.
So the person who like to reserve a night search on the website of their choice and for example they want to rent the house on the 20th of July until the 24th of July.
That website system then checks with the property owners calendar first and then with the ical that they have access to.

We will then show the website our 1 calendar, the icalsync calendar and not the 20 different calendars.

This initial version have a small budget but that is because the functionality is so limited, once we have launched the MVP we will add more functionality and then increase the budget

This is a fixed price project

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