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  1. Hi everybody, i m looking for a small group of guy (20/30) that want to try to make a community of unknown that share part of their computer memory to keep data of other guys. A sort of peer-to-peer small cloud storage of unknown people. this is more a social experiment than a technological one. let me know if interested or for every kind of question. Mattia
  2. Sync apps for iOS and Android works great as a reader, which in turn makes Sync the perfect tool to publish an ezine. It provides anonymity for readers as there are no cookies involved and the content is encrypted between devices. Of course, the downside is that an ezine or a blog published using Sync will not be easily found via a search engine. Kind of like how a BBS worked. It usually got spread through word of mouth. I haven't published anything yet, but I am planning to give it a go. If you're interested in contributing, have a look here: http://dokterw.me/dottxt/
  3. Bittorrent hack - Virtual Private Network It always annoyed me a little, that sync providers have the mindset: “Either it all goes here, or it goes there…” Fact is I want remote control over my files from any device at any time, so this is the specification of how I have created my own VPN using BitTorrent Sync running as an OS agnostic background service… A Network Attached Storage. I have a 3Tb NAS with five folders: /BTsyncApp//BTsync/catalogue/BTsync/files/BTsync/shared/BTsync/devices/BTsyncApp contains the server application. It is not synchronized using BTsync. It is just the application
  4. 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
  5. A while back I was helping my uncle troubleshoot some problems on his PC. I had my uncle - the type of person that doesn't know what a right-click is - install a VNC server program on his desktop so that I could help him out a bit better. Having him install it and enable port forwarding was only half of the work, getting him to find his external IP address, as simple as it is, was the other half. Whenever I helped him, he would always have to find that external IP address since it would change every month or so. So BTSync is now helping me with this. The solution: instead of having a pai
  6. Hello, We are a software OS team trying to bridge different apps to work simultaneously. We have ported BitTorrent Sync so that it can be paired or grouped with other apps. You can try out live right from your web browser. demo.myprota.com Bittorrent Sync may not be available on demo but it is available on our OS for Raspberry Pi. You can download the OS image and run it on a Raspberry Pi so that you can have a private machine dedicated for your apps. You can find the OS image from below. https://shop.myprota.com/en/download.html We always welcome your honest feedback. Please s
  7. Hello All, Over new years I decided to create a service for anyone to request an "always online" peer with a click of a button. I called it UseSync.com -- http://www.usesync.com I basically creates a synced folder on AWS and gives you the read-write and read-only secrets. Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated Also, thank you for making BitTorrent Sync. I have been using it to transfer photos and videos from my mobile device to my desktop (as a USB cable replacement) and it works great. Omid
  8. Idea is: option to set 1 device as server so any client that starts syncing will upload to this device and from this device files will be uploaded to all other devices.I came out with this idea, because I have 2 devices on slow network and 2 on fast and when I want to sync anything on slow network it takes forever to upload the files.It just instead of uploading with full up speed to 1 device (50kbs-yes it's slow) it uploads files with 10/15kbs to these 3 other computers.Option to set something like syncing chain would be really useful.Please write if you know how to do this.I'm out of ideas.
  9. Hi everybody, i m looking for a small group of guy (20/30) that want to try to make a community of unknown that share part of their computer memory to keep data of other guys. A sort of peer-to-peer small cloud storage of unknown people. this is more a social experiment than a technological one. let me know if interested or for every kind of question. someone joined the group, we are in the "Sync Hacks" section Mattia
  10. I am wondering if it's possible to sync with BlueTooth? I have a computer running BTsync which is connected to the Internet. I have an Andorid device that is set to sync with that computer. I have a third computer that will not have Internet connection, but I want to sync the files from my Android Device(which is connected to Internet) onto it via bluetooth. Is this possible? Thanks for any insight. I didn't see any docs on if Bluetooth even works for BTsync.
  11. The object is to - Crete a user (linux user) on my raspberry (friend1) - create a BTSynch instance started by this user (in Ubuntu distibution we could have instance associated with a single user) - User login in and set his new password (linux passowrd) so only him know this passowrd - The folder in which the user is writing his data is encrypted (with encrypt fs or similar) with a password setted by the user friend1 (may be logging with ssh or similar option) - The user login on web interface of the right instance (using right port) create a secret key , the data will be saved in the ecnrypt