Hi Kluppy i was just wondering why you are the only one that responded.
If you say its not the intended purpose then my understanding is different. According to https://syncthing.net/ “Syncthing replaces proprietary sync and cloud services with something open, trustworthy and decentralized. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, if it is shared with some third party and how it’s transmitted over the Internet.”
What is the intended purpose of Syncthing then? Well just to clear things up im ot talking about some “large enterprise coorporation” here. Im talking about a small office of about 6 people.
It is through running and testing and proving what the Syncthing can do that will make people know the advantages and disadvantages of Syncthing leading a better and more refined product. Or am i wrong here. Just using Syncthing for sharing data with “friends” wont work because it wont be practical sometimes. For example my friends will not know or even bother install syncthing they dont care about it.
But a real setting where cloud is needed other than personal use is of course a business environment and there it is easy to instal, test, support and give feedback on how it works.
Just my thinking Kluppy…