[owncloud-devel] ownCloud Desktop Client 2.1.1 released

Jos Poortvliet jospoortvliet at gmail.com
Sun Feb 14 17:40:29 GMT 2016


On Saturday, February 13, 2016 6:29:46 PM BRST Mark Ziegler wrote:
> Am 13.02.16 um 15:19 schrieb Carsten Schiefner:
> > Hi Mark,
> >
> > On 12.02.2016 20:55, Mark Ziegler wrote:
> >> Am 12.02.16 um 20:08 schrieb Carsten Schiefner:
> >>> I can't assess whether - and if so, how much - this is related to the
> >>> above fix - but also the just released Win client 2.1.1 still creates
> >>> remote files (aka. downloads them from the server) with the RO bit set
> >>> by default - as being discussed on this list in thread "windows readonly
> >>> attrib", started on 6 Jan 16 by W Evans <wfevans14 at yahoo.com> at
> >>> 13:42:19 -0800.
> >> There have been betas and release candidates.
> >> Why did you not test and report feedback?
> > fair enough.
> >
> > However, I didn't - and still don't - really feel like an Beta and/or RC
> > tester, as I am using - as a one-man self-employed business - ownCloud
> > only productively and not in any testing environment.
> >
> > Furthermore, I think there are many others around here with a much more
> > detailed understanding of the ownCloud client. Not to mention the fact
> > that this malfunction has been prominently discussed here, including
> > some "official" bug reporting on github.
> >
> > Best,
> >
> > 	Carsten
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> Hello Carsten,
> 
> many of us are one man armys.
> For sure there are many others around.
> But everybody is focussing on his personal issues.
> And it would be appreciated if you test your issues to make sure they 
> are fixed in next final release.
> 
> And keep in mind that ownCloud is open source/open community driven.
> Nearly all people invest their leisure time.
> 
> Testing means all to releases.
> The more "we" test, the more each one get.

Mark is absolutely right in the sense that there is only one way to be 100% sure your problem has been solved: help test. It isn't as much work as it seems, there is a special testing client available you can install next to your existing client so you don't risk your data.

> Cheers,
> Mark
> 
> 

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