juh

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  1. First Update (2015-03-29) I published the first five ebooks with BitTorrent Sync and my technical experiences are quite good. I saw no issues when I changed to Sync 2.0. The folder is marked with 1.4 and is still syncing with my readers. Kudos to the developers to make this transition so smooth. The new setup seems to disturb my readers. When they click on my share link and Sync is installed they don't understand why they should share with their other devices. This is not what they want to do. So this step might prevent people to actually install Sync and sync with my ebook repository.
  2. Hi all! I am going to publish ebooks with BitTorrent Sync. From 1998 to 2014 I regulary published satires, essays and apostils on my blog http://www.sudelbuch.de In January I wrapped up these 600+ texts to a printed book (vol. 1/vol. 2) and an ebook. And then I decided to stop blogging and to distribute all upcoming texts as an ebook serial with BTSync. It's a technical and literary experiment and I have no idea what will happen. I switched from blogging to ebooks because I want to write longer texts. I observed that I don't like to read longer texts in the browser, so maybe my re
  3. But is there no way for getsync.com to get the part behind the # through some Javascript hacking?
  4. When I read all this: http://sync-help.bittorrent.com/customer/portal/articles/1628463-link-structure-and-flow I wonder whether bittorrent gets all informations to identify peers by using this link thing and could interfer their communication. juh
  5. After looking closer into the problem I discovered something strange. These files were duplicates. I found two files with the same name in the same directory with different timestamps. After deleting one of the files and renaming the other, btsync starts to sync again. Finally the sync of my working directory was complete I could verify that I can sync files with special characters in their names. I have an idea how I got these duplicates, but this is not related to btsync. So just regard my posting as noise. ;-)
  6. Hello, as I like the idea behind Bittorrent Sync I tried it out to sync a medium sized working directory on my desktop to my notebook. I discovered an issue that makes btsync unusable in non-ASCII-land. It cannot handle files with special characters in the filename. I discovered this because btsync does not sync'ed all files in the directory. (There is another thread in this forum about uncomplete syncing, and there I found a hint to filenames) I see the "rejecting until file info is unpdated" message with files which has special characters like äöü in their names. But btsync does not