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[openFATE 308621] file sharing, Backup System like DropBox/Ubuntu One
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  • Date: Wed, 12 May 2010 12:30:32 +0200 (CEST)
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Feature changed by: Michael Löffler (michl19)
Feature #308621, revision 13
Title: file sharing, Backup System like DropBox/Ubuntu One

openSUSE-11.3: Evaluation
Priority
Requester: Desirable

Requested by: Frank Bechstein (currios)

Description:
File sharing Service like Ubuntu One. For Example it could be done with
Novells Ifolder Software, so the only thing that OpenSuse would need to
get it done would be a Server.

Discussion:
#1: Pavol Rusnak (prusnak) (2010-01-06 17:58:42)
Packages nautilus-dropbox and dropbox-cli are in Contrib repository.
DropBox is superior solution to Ubuntu One. Also there is iFolder
available ...

#2: Luis Medinas (lmedinas) (2010-01-06 18:22:38)
I also agree with Pavol what you can request is for openSUSE or Novell
to sponsor a server for ifolder.

#6: Vincent Untz (vuntz) (2010-02-10 19:05:58) (reply to #2)
Just wondering out loud: would it make sense to partner with a company
(dropbox, spideroak, or any other one) here? I know that you can
already get some free space, but we could possibly have a better
integrated experience in some way...

#7: Frank Bechstein (currios) (2010-02-13 10:43:04) (reply to #6)
Could be but I think novelle has a really good Software on the start
this topic, too. And of course it would be a Marketing feature for
OpenSuse also.

#3: Frank Bechstein (currios) (2010-01-10 02:40:59)
Right an IFolder Server for OpenSuse would be great!

#4: Drew Kwashnak (dragonbite) (2010-01-10 04:48:16)
What about modifying the iFolder client to work with
Dropbox/UbuntuOne? 
With UbuntuOne, the innovation is not the online storage, it is the
integration *using CouchDb?) to synchronizing Evolution contacts,
Firefox bookmarks and Tomboy notes so if set up right one could hop
between two or more configured computers and have their systems
automatically synch up with any changes.

#5: Frank Bechstein (currios) (2010-01-11 22:32:07) (reply to #4)
So nobody has to invent the wheel twice :)

+ #8: Michael Löffler (michl19) (2010-05-12 12:28:06)
+ We are in conversation with spideroak. They now offer an openSUSE
+ package for download, https://spideroak.com/download/ Next step is to
+ get this into the non-OSS part of openSUSE Factory and to sign a
+ redistribution agreement between Spideraok and Novell. So this is work
+ in progress.



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openSUSE Feature:
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