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Re: [O] Require feedback on an idea: move to a central server all my org

From: Eric Abrahamsen
Subject: Re: [O] Require feedback on an idea: move to a central server all my org file and edit from there?
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2016 16:30:36 +0800
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"Loris Bennett" <address@hidden> writes:

> Eric Abrahamsen <address@hidden> writes:
>> Thierry Banel <address@hidden> writes:
>>> Syncthing is your own cloud.
>>> Released under the Mozilla Public License.
>> Almost, but not quite: you still need your own always-on server
>> somewhere to make it work. I use the Syncthing app on my Android phone,
>> so that the phone kind of works as a "ferry" for getting files back and
>> forth between my laptop and desktop. It doesn't work reliably, though
>> (and I don't always have my phone with me).
>> I'm considering flashing a nice router to use as a home server, largely
>> just to make Syncthing work without my having to think about it.
> If you are going to run a home server, would ownCloud be an option?

I tried to put that on an Ubuntu server I've got hosted somewhere, and
gosh did it try to install a lot of stuff. Nor would it start up after
it was installed! It felt like a whole lot of bulk.

On the other hand, I've set up git repositories on that server (I don't
put Syncthing there because I'm syncing many, many gigabytes of data),
and a caldav thing with Radicale, and some HTML pages... Perhaps at some
point will make sense to just install an omnibus package like


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