[Owncloud] [Usability] FLOSS alternative to Dropbox – GNOME + KDE collaboration?
allancaeg at gmail.com
Mon Mar 22 02:46:03 CET 2010
Do you mean Mairin and her Design Hub? That's a really great idea. The
alternative to dropbox, however, is somewhat different. I think,
Jan-Christoph was referring to the collaboration of GNOME and KDE to create
a FOSS dropbox alternative, which isn't meant exclusively for the
collaboration of designers and other parties involved.
I don't know what's been planned for the Design Hub already, but I think,
it's possible for it to have a FOSS dropbox alternative package as a
dependency. That way, we'll be hitting two birds with one stone :)
On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 6:43 AM, Mario Đanić <mario.danic at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am working with Miriam from GNOME/Fedora to make it a reality
> (hopefully for GSoC),
> and I have at least several times said that collaboration is the way to go.
> Thank you for repeating it, I really think there is a lot of potential
> in collaboration.
> On Sun, Mar 21, 2010 at 23:41, Jan-Christoph Borchardt <jan at inquata.com>
> > There seems to be a real need for a FLOSS alternative to Dropbox in
> > both GNOME and KDE. Google Summer of Code is approaching and both DEs
> > have a collaboration tool on their list.
> > GNOME has ideas for the front-end:
> > http://live.gnome.org/SummerOfCode2010/Ideas#Other_Ideas
> > (Collaboration server/client)
> > KDE focuses more on the back-end:
> > http://community.kde.org/GSoC/2010/Ideas#ownCloud
> > To have a DE-independent alternative to Dropbox (and Ubuntu One for
> > that matter …), wouldn’t it be great to collaborate on that project? I
> > didn’t know if either idea knew about the other, so here’s the update.
> > :)
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