[tomboy-list] Question about syncronization
jeffschroeder at computer.org
Wed Nov 30 09:09:55 PST 2011
On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 8:24 AM, Pedro <pedro100 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> I need to synchronize my notes across multiple computers.
> I headed up to tomboy's website but I didn't find
> much comprehensive documentation on synchronization options. The options are
> mentioned but very little is written about how they work.
> Is there any sync method that stores my notes encrypted on the remote
> location? Which one? I guess I could encrypt a remote file system and use
> SSH sync, but that feels terribly overkill. I would in fact prefer a service
> maintained by a third party than setting up my own, as long as the
> encryption takes place on the client. Is there such a service? If not, what
> options do I have?
For now, Tomboy Online is such a service. It is in beta, but if you
sign up and then privately mail me your username or ping me on GimpNet
#snowy via IRC, I'll enable it.
https://edge.tomboy-online.org - After you have an account and it is active
In the tomboy synchronization preferences, just type in
https://edge.tomboy-online.org and (after making sure you are logged
into tomboy online), click Save. Note that your account has to be
activated prior to syncing your notes. At this time, they are not
encrypted but only members of the gnome.org sysadmin team such as
myself have access to the data.
Don't drink and derive, alcohol and analysis don't mix.
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