Looks like the upcoming Gnome 3.14 release possibly will contain a new calendar app, that is called California. https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/California
Yes, totally new app, but perhaps in the future will be useful to have it as default app for ambassador schedule, and further tasks as desktop connection. Technically would be cool by FedoCal to provide .ics or .ical output that can be feeded by Evolution, or California, or by Geary. So the question is the following:
I'm not sure I understand all the questions here but
fedocal already provides an iCal feed for each calendar and one for all the calendars together (and this from the very first version). Just check the sub-menu of a calendar or the documentation: http://fedocal.readthedocs.org/en/latest/usage.html#ical-feed
iCal output is read-only, so even with integration into evolution or california, one will have to go to the website to actually update/modify fedocal
fedmsg is already sending messages announcing a forth coming meeting (if the meeting was set to send a reminder), see https://fedora-fedmsg.readthedocs.org/en/latest/topics.html#fedocal-meeting-reminder
Does this answer all your questions?
No reaction, so closing this ticket.
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