[conspire] Receiving larger files from non-linux users?
ruben at mrbrklyn.com
Thu Oct 11 20:37:18 PDT 2012
With all due respect,
this is fucking crazy...
On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 12:38:00PM -0700, James Sundquist wrote:
> The method I've settled on, using Dropbox with a
> is to create a web-link and password I'll share with others. They can
> quickly send me files of up to 75mb a piece without having to use anything
> besides some simple credentials. The Dropbox account itself is not linked
> directly to my local machine, but I can access it through the web interface
> or by sharing/syncing folders with my local machine. We can agree to
> disagree on my methods, but it is the only one that works for me thus far.
> My goal is:
> Get the files!
> Usable on any major platform with no technical understanding.
> Support files that are hundreds of megabytes to over a gig.
> Security is of no importance.
> Thanks for coming back to this,
> conspire mailing list
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