[Owncloud] basKet and ownCloud

Alessandro Cosentino cosenal at gmail.com
Mon Dec 26 22:44:01 UTC 2011

On Mon, Dec 26, 2011 at 1:02 PM, Frank Karlitschek <karlitschek at kde.org> wrote:
> On 26.12.2011, at 12:06, Alessandro Cosentino wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I was using BasKet, a very nice note taking app of KDE, and I felt the
>> need of synchronizing my notes with the ones on my office computer.
>> Is there some easy way to do this by using basKet + ownCloud? I have
>> already tried to set the ownCloud network folder (via webdav) as the
>> folder where the baskets are collected and it didn't work.
>> I found something regarding synchronization basKet at the bottom
>> section of the following page:
>> http://basket.kde.org/roadmap.php
>> The section's title is: Sync Using the BasKet Sharing Server.
>> It seems no one is taking care of that part of the project and I think
>> it would be a good idea to adopt it under the ownCloud umbrella.
>> What do you think?
> Hi,
> I´m not familiar with the basKet internals.
> But I see two possible ways to do this from an ownCloud perspective.
> basKet could store files with notes in a folder which is synced with ownCloud.
> This has the advantage that you can also access and edit the notes with the ownCloud ACE editor as long as there are normal text files.
> The other option for basKet is to use the ownCloud key/value storage. This requires to use the libattica and the OCS api to store data in ownCloud. This has to be implemented in ownCloud of course.
> I´m don´t know what the best option is. This is something the basKet developer have to answer.
> Cheers
> Frank
> Frank Karlitschek
> karlitschek at kde.org

Hi Frank,
thanks for the answer.
What do you mean by "folder which is synced with ownCloud"?
Right now I use webdav to access files on the owncloud server, but
it's not an actual synchronization.


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