Hah! I use NextCloud Box! $130 bucks or so and I have a local cloud backup. Be
forewarned though, once you sync a folder from your computer, NextCloud
considers ITSELF the master, and unchecking a subfolder in that folder
structure will DELETE THAT SUBFOLDER FROM YOUR DESKTOP!!!!! Suck!
Much discussion has been had and there is a very long thread about having an
option to NOT auto-delete unchecked items. The devs seem a little defensive
about it. They seem to think this is how all cloud based mirroring works or
ought to work anyway.
Still, it makes a decent unattended versioning local backup.
> On Aug 9, 2017, at 12:19 , Richard Gaskin via use-livecode
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> There's good value in taking full advantage of automated periodic incremental
> backup systems like Time Machine (Mac) or DejaDup (Ubuntu).
> Even better, Nextcloud triggers backup to your own self-managed cloud on
> save, maintaining a definable number of versions while also providing
> flexible sync for all your computers (I sync my LC Plugins folder and client
> work folders with it so I'm always working on local copies of the latest
> stuff no matter which machine I switch to).
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