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[Discuss] drop box software

On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 04:20:58PM -0400, Peter Doherty wrote:
> I've been using Sparkleshare for a few months now.
> Also it's git on the backend, so it stores everything twice, once in the
> local repo, and once in the working copy.  (origin, master?  my git vocab
> isn't that great) So if you drop 20GB of binaries into Sparkleshare you
> use 40GB of local disk.

Apropos of mostly nothing, this project looks pretty cool for version
control of binaries:


lisp doesn't look any deader than usual to me.         <david thornley>

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