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Re: For your dining pleasure.. i give you experimental packages of usbsink



Am Samstag, den 10.02.2007, 21:35 -0900 schrieb Jeff Spaleta:
> Good Alaskan Evening!
> 
> I have produced a set of packages and a package review request for
> usbsink.  I thought I'd let everyone on the list know about it..
> because I think this is actually pretty super keen, and I think a lot
> of people might want to try it out and see how well it works.  If a
> lot of people find it useful, perhaps it will be useful enough to
> think about as an f7 or later desktop 'feature' for a default desktop
> install. I make no such claim yet...but I see this
> application's..potential.. since its one of the rare applications I
> ask my wife about which illicts a response like 'oooooh that would be
> handy.'
> 
> -jef"Because my wife has a far better feel for the pulse of mainstream
> desktop users than I..she keeps her desktop effects turned on..and I
> cringe at the sight of the wasted gpu cycles"spaleta
> 
> References:
> http://usbsink.sourceforge.net/
> USBSink is a GNOME program for automatic file synchronization over
> USB. It is designed for users of removable drives, such as flash
> drives or external hard disks. In USBSink you define a task associated
> to a particular USB drive, and then have a complete automation of data
> trasfers. With file monitoring and hardware detection features,
> USBSink is able to respond and act according to relevant events on the
> desktop.
> 
> Experimental Package Location:
> http://jspaleta.thecodergeek.com/Fedora%20SRPMS/usbsink/
> binaries for fe6 and fe-development are available
> 
> Review Request Ticket:
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=228188
> 

Interesting. Does it use librsync under the hood?


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