- @johnpmayer @Colarusso I've had a version of QnAMarkup up on a @caliorg dev server since last fall. It's interesting, lots of potential. in reply to johnpmayer 12:36:17, 2015-04-28
- RT @caliorg: CALI Conference Keynotes, News and Updates – http://t.co/5HeSzhHimh 13:33:44, 2015-04-28
- Kong – Open-Source API Management Layer http://t.co/4pqmuCHL75 14:14:11, 2015-04-28
- My Twitter Digest for 04/27/2015 http://t.co/Y4LMlL8m9V 15:30:17, 2015-04-28
Syncthing replaces proprietary sync and cloud services with something open, trustworthy and decentralized. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, if it is shared with some third party and how it’s transmitted over the Internet.
Interesting. Unlike the open source ownCloud that does rely on a central server this appears to use a peer to peer strategy to sync data between devices you select with no hub server. See Syncthing’s Getting Started page for more details. The whole thing is open source and available on Github.