General discussion about rclone.
The forum looks like a great idea to me, but the timing is bad…I’m leaving town for a few weeks so I won’t be able to post the list of questions I have until I get back.
On the other hand, maybe I’ll think of more questions.
Great initiative with the forum! It’s good to have a convenient way to chat about rclone with the developers and other users. Two things come to mind right now:
Is there a way to get an RSS or Atom feed for the forum topics? I (and I suspect., many others) do most of our forum reading via a feed reader, so this would be most convenient.
Is there a way for users to donate money to rclone? I for one am so happy with it that I would like to donate a small amount right away.
I think discourse has some RSS feeds - I saw somewhere something about adding ‘.rss’ to URLs.
As for the other thing: http://rclone.org/donate/
Thanks again for your great work on rclone.
Regarding RSS, I managed to get a RSS feed of this page with https://forum.rclone.org/t/general-discussion/23.rss. and for the rclone category https://forum.rclone.org/c/rclone.rss
If you have any hints please let me know., but nothing serious. I think monitoring just the first two above will do nicely.
Received - thank you very much
I think the discourse developers are working on better RSS according to the issues I looked at, so hopefully it will support it better soon.
I found rclone on Google. I have a question about it. Is it possible to sync to SharePoint ?
Not currently - see this issue: https://github.com/ncw/rclone/issues/382
Thanks for responded!
Its so sad ! My company is using SharePoint and they wanna use SharePoint as a storage place their data. I have a solution which is syncing from linux server to SharePoint by mapping a path to SharePoint from server disk but it failed. It seems the Sharepoint not support WebDav or related.
This is more than sad, I would call it just plain crazy: a company using a proprietary product/format “as a storage place [for all] their data”?! And a product from MS, which is known to abandon products right and left when they become less profitable than desired? Oh my, I predict a not-so-distant future where all your company’s data will have to be migrated in a hurry to something else because Sharepoint suddenly got “retired”…
If I were in your place, I would either (a) try to convince your company’s decision makers to choose a more open/industry standard product to bank all the company’s data on, or (b) start looking for some other place to work (perhaps both).
Thanks for your opion.
Storage the data on Sharepoint is only a mirror place. We have 2 storage place other as local server and AWS. I mean I want to setup a sharepoint as a storage place and I created a mapping path from server to SP. I tried with davfs2 but not success. Anyone have an idea for this solution ?