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Camlistore - Personal Storage System

  •    Go

Camlistore is a way of storing, syncing, sharing, modeling and backing up content. It is your personal storage system for life. It can store and be accessed like a traditional filesystem, but it specializes in representing higher-level objects which don't need to exist in purely one place in a tree. Save stuff easily without categorizing it or choosing a location. It is represented using content-addressable blob.

sshync - Auto-sync files or directories over SSH.

  •    Javascript

Auto-sync files or directories over SSH using rsync and fs.watch(). Exclude files or directories by creating .sshyncignore in your source root (see repo root for example).

Seafile - A file syncing and collaboration platform for teams.

  •    C

Seafile is an open source cloud storage system with privacy protection and teamwork features. Collections of files are called libraries. Each library can be synced separately. A library can also be encrypted with a user chosen password. Seafile also allows users to create groups and easily sharing files into groups.

CmisSync - Dropbox-like sync for your company's file server

  •    CSharp

CmisSync allows you to keep in sync with your company's file server, and read/edit the documents even when offline. It works with any CMIS-compliant server like Alfresco, Google drive, SharePoint, Nuxeo etc.

gitobox - Synchronizes a directory with a Git repository; particularly useful to track "dumb" collaboration software like DropBox

  •    Python

This program synchronizes a DropBox directory (or any directory) with a Git repository. Any change in the directory will create a new commit on a specified branch, and a push to that branch will update the directory. Note that this is different from putting your .git folder inside your DropBox. Here, you don't have anything git-related in DropBox, Gitobox gives you a separate, 2-way-synced Git repository that you can use instead of DropBox (or just keep using DropBox and have the Git history for future reference).