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Re: Online storage


Ok everybody, we should get back on topic.
There are many possibilities, i myself use a bazaar repository over SSH and
am quite happy with it.

But that is not what i intended to discuss. For example, in my case, i have
to manually commit and push the changes to the remote branch, i'm kind of ok
with that but i don't think that is very intuitive for a less tech savy
person. Also, it could be cool to set it up once and forget it. first thing
we need is working implementations, then we can worry about whatever
services are out there suporting those technologies and how accessible they

So, at the very least a page would be saved once the user either navigates
to another page or quits zim. I believe the saving process happens more
often than that. Jaap, can you jump in the discussion and drop a quick
briefing of the basics on zim data storage?

On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 8:00 PM, Svenn Are Bjerkem <
svenn.bjerkem@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> 2009/11/20 Dotan Cohen <dotancohen@xxxxxxxxx>:
> > Svenn, can you share some commands or scripts? I have played with
> > unison in the distant past and discounted it, but if you have a
> > working solution I'd love to see it.
> Unfortunately, I am using Unison the hard way, by the GUI. This is
> mainly the reason why syncing happens too seldom in my case. The FAQ
> recomend to use a star topology, with one common server.
> The GUI version is fast and fires up my favourite merge tool when
> needed, but that doesn't help when I forget to use it.
> --
> Svenn
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