Third-party Nextcloud providers aren’t recommended because there is no E2EE. However, it is recommended for users who can self-host. This same logic should apply to Nextcloud’s calendar sync, hence this post.
I think for calendar there are good options with E2EE. Why recommend something less secure and less private? This even let alone the stability issues of nextcloud…
It’s apples and pears in my opinion. For file sync simply not many options are available that’s why I believe Nextcloud has a spot. I assume when proton drive f.x. gets sync options there is no point really in recommending Nextcloud at all. Unless they step up their game, but i doubt it.
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