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[opensuse-gnome] Request for adding deja-dup to default GNOME pattern
Hi!
I would like to request the addition of the file backup and restoration software Deja Dup [1] to the default GNOME pattern for openSUSE 13.1. From what I have used, deja-dup is a feature rich but easy to use and integrated nicely with the GNOME desktop, including setting up the excellent "Restore missing files" context menu item in nautilus. It offers several ways to backup files, including to Amazon S3, Rackspace, by means of WebDAV, FTP, SSH and to a local folder (for example, on a separate HDD), and can be configured for automatic backups and so on.

I believe there is space in the LiveUSB images to fill yet and deja-dup can be nicely accommodated [2] without hitting the 1 GiB limit that these images intend to be restricted to. Likewise this would also fit without any issues on the DVD as well.

Please let me know what you think.

Thanks a lot.


[1] https://launchpad.net/deja-dup
[2] On a vanilla installation of 13.1 M3, installing the application takes the following additional space:
``Overall download size: 2.7 MiB. After the operation, additional 14.4 MiB will be used''
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