[Owncloud] ownCloud 3 planing
icewind1991 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 23 16:09:37 UTC 2011
The lack of svg support in a browser isn't a problem, svg images get
automatically replaced by png for those browsers, however these seems
to be a problem with the replacement of some of those images.
The jquery file upload will probably not fix the >2GB upload problem,
since it still does "regular" POST uploads in the background.
webdav works with big file uploads because it uses PUT instead of POST.
I don't think there really is an option to fix the >2GB upload problem
for servers having a issue with it.
- Robin Appelman
On Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 16:49, Martin Fox <info at mjfox.ch> wrote:
> On Fri, 23 Dec 2011 15:45:45 +0100
> Marc Muehlfeld <Marc.Muehlfeld at medizinische-genetik.de> wrote:
>> is there feature plan for new OwnCloud releases? Or a common way to
>> make suggestions for features?
>> The biggest problems we currently have with OwnCloud are:
>> - Fileuploads > 2GB are not possible through the Webfrontend. WebDAV
>> works fine. Because the WebDAV part is also PHP, there must be a way
>> to ship around this 2 GB/integer problem (we discussed the problem
>> already on the list, but without ending). Maybe a alternative
>> Flash/Java uploader should be integrated if there's no way by PHP.
>> - OwnCloud should work on all common browsers. Currently it's not
>> possible to use OwnCloud on XP, because there is only IE8 for XP,
>> which doesn't support SVG. Someone else said, that OC looks "not
>> good" in Opera, too. Supporting the most common browsers is a big
>> requirement for commercial users. And XP support is ending in
>> 04/2014. So there're still many home and commercial users running XP
>> until then. I also provided a suggestion here on the list, how to
>> make an easy workaround with the SVG problem - but haven't got an
>> answer yet.
>> This are two of my biggest feature requests for having OC in business
> I looked but could not find :
> Shared (Public) folders are missing vertical and horizontal scroll
> bars. This makes it impossible to have more than 20 or 30 files in a
> folder. It was noted in the mailing list a few months ago I think.
> thanks for a great product guys,
> Martin J Fox
> martin at mjfox.ch
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