On Thu, Jan 7, 2016 at 2:51 PM, Kai Hendry <kai.hen...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> Like many of you I'm putty more and more precious things like photos into
> git for safekeeping.
I've never heard of anyone using git for storing photos.It's like using a
wrench as a hammer: it does the job, but that's not what it is designed for.
> However the problem I have is how to sync it to a couple of remotes in a
> straightforward manner.
Why not just use rsync?
> Also I would like to "fsck" the remotes to make sure the remotes are not
> somehow corrupted.
> Ideally I would like to backup straight to S3 but this is a little clumsy
> with http://dabase.com/e/14002/
> * I don't want to run commands manually
> * I don't want to trump what's there in case my source is corrupted
> So I guess I am looking for more end points to push my git repo to. They
> can be public. Any suggestions? Please let me know.
> I'm aware of https://git-annex.branchable.com/ but I don't like how it
> mangles my filenames and such.
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