I think the canonical answer to FOSS file syncing is now git-annex
assistant. By far the most powerful and featureful system, based on
git, all FOSS, and funded for another year of development by Joey
Hess, a Debian Developer. Supports different topologies for syncing,
including peer-to-peer using XMPP, SSH and rsync to central repos,
encrypted repos, and even sneakernet-style with offline media.
On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 2:34 PM, Svenn Are Bjerkem
> On 20 August 2013 20:47, Charles Medcoff <cmedc...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>> ➢ I wonder if their is anything else available for peer-to-peer sync'ing -
>> apart from SFTP and SSH?
>> Why not use the built in support for version control? I'm using Bazzar
>> with an SVN backend.
> seafile can be configured to delete changes older than a specified number of
> days and by this keep the overhead on the server down.
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