I am wondering where the file is that
gnome-calendar ("Calendar") stores calendar events in.
I have Ubuntu 20.04 on my desktop and my laptop and I use megaCMD from mega.nz to keep my most important folders in sync between the two devices by syncing those folders to same named folders on my mega root. I don't sync the entire
~ because I have slightly different configurations on the two machines. I want to sync the folder which contains the file that has calendar events for gnome-calendar, or if it is not in
~, copy it somewhere in
~ and sync that file, and then have a start up script to copy it to where the file lives. This way the events will be synced between the two devices.
I have tried using find, but only found the executable,
/usr/bin/gnome-calendar and the
/usr/share/doc/gnome-calendar/ directory which does not contain anything useful for this purpose. I have searched on duckduckgo and StackExchange for any questions related to this one and found nothing. Does anyone have any idea where the file is?
Note: I have no interest in syncing to a Google calendar as I do not use Google.