So, consider this hypothetical situation…
You’ve got your smartphone set to sync to a local server with lots of hdd space and redundancy so you don’t lose any data if your phone is broken/lost/stolen.
You set it… And forget it. Syncthing works perfectly for months, and you have a sense of security that it will continue in perpetuity.
Then one day, the power goes out. The server comes back online, but syncthing/synctrayzor doesn’t start back up with it. You don’t realize it because you’ve never had to worry about it, and you’ve been particularly busy, with work travel, buying and selling a house, and other things.
A month later, your SD card gets corrupted, you realize your latest backup is a month old, and you’ve lost a month of memories.
If only there was a feature in the syncthing Android app that would produce a notification on your phone if it hadn’t connected/synced for a period of xx hours/days… You would have realized that it needed your attention, and you would have restarted synctrayzor on your server.
That’s what I’m after.