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Welcome to Syncthing’s documentation! — Syncthing v1 documentation
As a new user, the getting started guide is a good place to start, then perhaps moving on to the FAQ. If you run into trouble getting devices to connect to each other, the page about firewall setup explains the networking necessary to get it to work.

As a developer looking to get started with a contribution, see how to build, how to debug and the contribution guidelines. This documentation site can be edited on Github.
syncing 
8 weeks ago by HM0880
My Journey to SyncThing - Developer Daniel
Daniel    Discovery Technology    January 29, 2019  |  4
SyncThing is an open source, cross platform, decentralized, secure, folder sync solution. In short, it allows you to sync complete folders peer-to-peer between your computers with ease. The setup is easy and does not require any server to be available 24/7 (hence decentralized). Moreover, you DO NOT need any internet connection once you install it on your computers (unlike other solutions).

The Journey Begins Here –
In order to fully understand my necessity in SyncThing, I’ll take a step back and explain. My typical development environment in the organizations I work for includes a Windows machine and another Ubuntu machine. While I develop on Ubuntu, the organizations heavily use Microsoft and Windows-based products. I find emulating or finding a substitute for them on my development machine a hassle.

There are certain files I need to share between both machines – from code, to documents to configurations. Lately I also had to compile the code from my Windows machine on the Linux machine. I was looking for a way that will allow me to benefit from both machines by sharing the files one way or another.
syncing 
8 weeks ago by HM0880
Syncthing
Syncthing is a continuous file synchronization program. It synchronizes files between two or more computers in real time, safely protected from prying eyes. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, whether it is shared with some third party, and how it's transmitted over the internet.

Get Started
Grab one of the downloads and start syncing!
Check out the getting started guide for some tips along the way.
syncing 
8 weeks ago by HM0880
xBrowserSync - Browser syncing as it should be: secure, anonymous and free!
Browser syncing as it should be: secure, anonymous and free!
Download xBrowserSync now and start taking back control of your data!


Secure
Your data is encrypted and decrypted on your device. No one but you can read it.


Anonymous
No sign up required and no personal data is collected. Just install and sync.


Free
There are no charges for using xBrowserSync and you’ll never see a single ad. Ever.
syncing 
8 weeks ago by HM0880
Readwise
Here's how Readwise works
Sync
Sync your highlights from Kindle, Instapaper, or iBooks
Rediscover
Review the best parts easily through a daily email & app
Consolidate
Remember more and grow your knowledge over time
amazon  ebook  kindle  reading  tools  sync  syncing 
11 weeks ago by sebbi
git-annex
git-annex allows managing files with git, without checking the file contents into git. While that may seem paradoxical, it is useful when dealing with files larger than git can currently easily handle, whether due to limitations in memory, time, or disk space.

git-annex is designed for git users who love the command line. For everyone else, the git-annex assistant turns git-annex into an easy to use folder synchroniser.

To get a feel for git-annex, see the walkthrough.

key concepts
git-annex man page
how it works
special remotes
workflows
sync
the details
encryption
key-value backends
bare repositories
submodules
internals
scalability
design
other stuff
testimonials
privacy
what git annex is not
related software
public git-annex repos
thanks
sitemap
use case: The Archivist
Bob has many drives to archive his data, most of them kept offline, in a safe place.

With git-annex, Bob has a single directory tree that includes all his files, even if their content is being stored offline. He can reorganize his files using that tree, committing new versions to git, without worry about accidentally deleting anything.

When Bob needs access to some files, git-annex can tell him which drive(s) they're on, and easily make them available. Indeed, every drive knows what is on every other drive.
more about location tracking

Bob thinks long-term, and so he appreciates that git-annex uses a simple repository format. He knows his files will be accessible in the future even if the world has forgotten about git-annex and git.
more about future-proofing

Run in a cron job, git-annex adds new files to archival drives at night. It also helps Bob keep track of intentional and unintentional copies of files, and logs information he can use to decide when it's time to duplicate the content of old drives.
more about backup copies

use case: The Nomad
Alice is always on the move, often with her trusty netbook and a small handheld terabyte USB drive, or a smaller USB keydrive. She has a server out there on the net. She stores data, encrypted in the Cloud.

All these things can have different files on them, but Alice no longer has to deal with the tedious process of keeping them manually in sync, or remembering where she put a file. git-annex manages all these data sources as if they were git remotes.
more about special remotes

When she has 1 bar on her cell, Alice queues up interesting files on her server for later. At a coffee shop, she has git-annex download them to her USB drive. High in the sky or in a remote cabin, she catches up on podcasts, videos, and games, first letting git-annex copy them from her USB drive to the netbook (this saves battery power).
more about transferring data

When she's done, she tells git-annex which to keep and which to remove. They're all removed from her netbook to save space, and Alice knows that next time she syncs up to the net, her changes will be synced back to her server.
more about distributed version control
git  syncing  review 
11 weeks ago by HM0880
Seafile - Open Source File Sync and Share Software
Seafile is an open source, self-hosted file sync and share solution with high performance and reliability. Sync, access, and collaborate on files on your own server or private cloud.
dropbox  filesharing  syncing  storage 
november 2019 by andreaskoch
Synchronization problems / Problems with Timelime for iPhone / Discussion Area - Timelime Support
In others, I have to delete all the data, relogin to Dropbox, and hope things work fine. This I have to do every 3-4 months, whenever one of the macs cannot synchronize. I'm guessing a synchronization problem (connectivity or conflict) in one of the devices creates a problem in all the devices.
syncing  time-management 
october 2019 by foliovision
Mudflat Software
DropSync is a versatile Mac App for working with collections of files in different locations. Whether you're pushing edits to a webserver or backing up a huge photo collection, DropSync helps get the job done with a minimum of fuss.
syncing 
october 2019 by foliovision
Trello: Empower GitHub with Project Management Features – Unito Help Center
You can either choose to sync with a new Trello board or with an existing Trello board. This is interesting if you have other tasks in Trello that are also part of the project, this way all your local tasks (Trello) and imported issues (GitHub) will coexist.
syncing  trello  github 
september 2019 by foliovision
calcurse: a text-based calendar and scheduling application
calcurse is a calendar and scheduling application for the command line. It helps keep track of events, appointments and everyday tasks. A configurable notification system reminds user of upcoming deadlines, the curses based interface can be customized to suit user needs and a very powerful set of command line options can be used to filter and format appointments, making it suitable for use in scripts.
cli  linux  programme  calendar  syncing  webdav 
september 2019 by archangel

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