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Re: BackupFriend - new desktop application that uses rdiff-backup, all o

From: Guy Sheffer
Subject: Re: BackupFriend - new desktop application that uses rdiff-backup, all open source
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2021 22:10:15 +0300

Hey Eric,
Thanks, I was also hoping this would make more people make use of

I forked really just to maintain a set of patches that keep the ssh public
keys in a file, allowing sshd hosted in docker to use them.
I can still pull from upstream and intend to do so.
Merging back up is an option, and I will post in rdiffweb and see if it ikus060
is interested. It will indeed mean less resources for me.
I actually posted about it here in rdiffweb group:

Thanks again,

On Mon, Jul 19, 2021, 20:55 EricZolf <ewl+rdiffbackup@lavar.de> wrote:

> Hi Guy,
> welcome on board, it's good to see the ecosystem of rdiff-backup grow.
> I'm just curious why you created a fork of rdiffweb? You write yourself
> that you're lacking resources, and the author of rdiffweb, ikus060 aka
> Patrik, is active on this mailing list, so that nothing should speak
> against joining forces.

> Thanks, Eric
> On July 19, 2021 4:24:34 PM UTC, Guy Sheffer <guysoft@gmail.com> wrote:
> >Happy to release my new self-hosted backup solution that lets you
> >backup to
> >your with history from anywhere! All open source.
> >It uses rdiff-backup and rdiffweb fork, which you can sync with using a
> >desktop application I wrote with wxPython, runs on Linux, Mac and
> >Windows.
> >
> >Guide and link to builds and sources:
> >https://guysoft.wordpress.com/backupfriend
> >
> >Would appreciate your input, PRs and feedback :)
> >
> >Guy Sheffer

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