Re: installing owncloud for collaboration

I am willing to help out here.  I need to refresh my sysadmin work anyways.

More work I do, the more I can help.

As I said, marketing needs a collaboration.  We have been using google docs, but it is not free software.  There is also the added benefit that we are working on owncloud feature this cycle so this will also help us test against our own owncloud instance.  We currently have one bug for gnome-online-accounts.  I plan on one for nautilus as well.



On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 7:32 AM, Andrea Veri <av gnome org> wrote:
2012/9/20 Sriram Ramkrishna <sri ramkrishna me>:
> I would like to propose we install owncloud into GNOME infrastructure.  IT
> has some great benefits for us marketing folks.  For instance, we can put
> calendaring events, share documentation and files without resorting to
> google docs or some other non-free programs.
> There is another benefit, there is a discussion to integrate owncloud into
> gnome-online-accounts and this will help dogfood our support of it.  In
> fact, I would like to see Files and evolution-data-server support as well.
> In any case, let's start with installing this.  I can volunteer to help
> install this if people are busy.
> let me know if you approve.  We will need to consider our space requirements
> as well since something like this could grow epically.  (is epically even a
> word? :-)  Anything else we need to consider?


do you know what the requirements are for such installation? There are
a lot of things pending in the sysadmin's agenda and we're going to
migrate several services to the newest machines so we can finally
shutdown the old machines. That said we don't have a lot of free
resources but we can try to find a deal if the service is really
needed by the community.

Owen, Olav, what do you think?



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