[owncloud-devel] [testpilots] New sharing arrived, who wants to give it a try?
Jakub.Moscicki at cern.ch
Mon May 5 14:43:57 GMT 2014
I have several questions:
- I think that many users actually appreciate to have a clean separation of shared and "normal" files provided by /Shared folder (and being able to find all Shared things in one place)
- what would be the impact on the efficiency of top-level PROPFIND with Depth=1 (especially on the database) if shared items are placed on the top-level?
- what would you do if a file/directory /X existed already and a file/directory with the same basename X was shared by a another user later?
What about having a separate folder pair on the client that would sync only the Shared items? For example, ~/ownCloud.Shared or alike. And a separate button (in the app tab?) to access shared items.
I understand the desire to integrated shared items seamlessly into the file system view but I think shared things are really different and for many reasons separating them seems a better option to me.
On Apr 29, 2014, at 5:48 PM, Bjoern Schiessle <schiessle at owncloud.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> last week we merged some large changes to the files sharing app to our
> development branch (master). Basically we removed the "Shared"-folder.
> By default shares are now stored in your root folder and you can freely
> move and rename them. So you can organize your shared files the way you
> It would be great if as many people as possible could test it, so that
> we can iron out the last remaining bugs before the next major release.
> If you are familiar with git you can check out the latest code directly
> from GitHub or simply download our daily tar file.
>  https://github.com/owncloud/core
> Looking forward to your feedback!
> Björn Schießle <schiessle at owncloud.com>
> Software Engineer
> ownCloud Inc.
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