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On the road…

Busy times currently as we’re heading to releases of ownCloud. The syncing client I am working on plays a role for that and thus I was doing a lot of work on csync upstream and mirall to get that going. Meanwhile I succeeded to get mirall running under Win32, it was quite an experience for me digging through the mud of various compilers and environments and the different understandings of C standards, especially since csync is plain C and never run on Win32 before.

Last week I have been on CeBIT for a day, which is a huge and busy event. We had a nice preview running there with syncing between the web client and the desktop clients on Windows and Linux, as well as on an Android device. That already worked quite ok, nevertheless I got quite some bug reports since then. And I still have to work with csync upstream to get patches in there before we’re ready for a public beta.

This weekend I will be at the Chemnitzer Linuxtage together with friends from the openSUSE project. I will show some ownCloud syncing there as well, so if you like show up at the openSUSE booth for a demo and a chat 🙂

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  1. Florian Reinhard
    March 18, 2012 at 22:23

    Glad to hear mirall runs on windows! Can you give a short setup-guide (or list what is needed) to build mirall and hack on windows?

  2. April 2, 2012 at 16:06

    Good job! Glad to hear anytime that progress is being made on things that are associated with ownCloud!

  3. betterserviceblog
    October 16, 2012 at 12:39

    Just had a look at the OwnCloud site – that looks very interesting for businesses like mine where we need to make sure the server we use is in our country and under our control.

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