also sprach Cory Myers <c...@panix.com> [2009.05.13.1747 +0200]: > One of the neat things about Dropbox, actually, is that every > machine you link to your Dropbox account has a complete copy of > your data. Even if you unlink a computer, it keeps its copy. The > Dropbox folks would have to actively *delete* all the data in all > accounts for you to lose any of your local copies.
Do they do anything other than remote storage and synchronisation based on modification times? How else do they or would they do it? What happens if you modify the same document in two places? How does it deal with conflicts? -- martin | http://madduck.net/ | http://two.sentenc.es/ "durch frauen werden die höhepunkte des lebens bereichert und die tiefpunkte vermehrt." - friedrich nietzsche spamtraps: madduck.bo...@madduck.net
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