2009/11/20 Roberto Suarez Soto <r...@allenta.com>:
> El día Fri, 20 Nov 2009 11:18:01 +0100, Svenn Are Bjerkem
> <svenn.bjer...@googlemail.com> escribía:
>> I have been using Unison for syncing my zim notebooks (and also other
>> work files) for a while. http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/.
> I used unison long time ago, but discarded it because of problems
> similar to yours. Now I use Dropbox (http://www.dropbox.com), though it's
> proprietary. It gives you transparent synchronization between boxes, it's
> multiplatform (so you can use it with Windows or OSX) and can be used for
> free with a 2GB account. If someone wants to try it, tell me; Dropbox has a
> referral feature by which you can have 250MB more if a current user
> invites you, and the current user (that'd be me) also earns 250MB more. It's
> a viral way of introducing people to Dropbox :-)
> I'd like to have something that I could use like Dropbox, but with
> Open Source software. The rsync-backed-storage-thingy is the piece that I'm
> lacking. Using Conduit (http://live.gnome.org/Conduit) I can have transparent
> synchronization using ssh, but as I said before, that's not very efficient.
Can you access Dropbox via SSH yet? That is the feature that I am
waiting for. Why install a proprietary protocol?
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