A quick addition to my previous message: It would also be an adequate
enough solution to perform wifi-sync between more than 2 devices. Then I
wouldn't need any seperate server software.
On Monday, 19 September 2016 11:02:26 UTC+2, Robert wrote:
> Hi Andrey,
> I really like MLO, but I'm one of those people who cannot trust any other
> (US) company with my data. MLO's wifi-sync solves this problem -ish, since
> it can only sync between 2 devices. I run 4 devices, depending on where I
> am and what I do at that specific moment.
> This means I'd be very interested in running my own Private MLO Server.
> Can you tell me if (or when) this is possible?
> On Sunday, 5 September 2010 12:47:44 UTC+2, Andrey Tkachuk (MLO) wrote:
>> Yes we are thinking about such a product. I will let you chow when we
>> have a decision.
>> On Sep 5, 1:28 pm, Yevgen Fedorenko <fun...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi Andrey,
>> > Are you planning to release (possibly commercially) the server-side
>> cloud component so that we can install that on our own private servers?
>> > No offense but I think there are quite a few out there who, like me,
>> can't trust you with their sensitive data either by will or by law.
>> > Thanks.
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