[conspire] Receiving larger files from non-linux users?
ruben at mrbrklyn.com
Mon Sep 24 13:43:45 PDT 2012
On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 12:52:30PM -0700, James Sundquist wrote:
> I've been relying on Dropbox a lot for sharing files over the last few
> years and it works okay,
Like a static IP and a a webserver?
> but I'm interested in exploring other methods.
> These days a lot of raw photography, HD video, and wav audio are being
> exchanged. Size is a concern and often those sharing with me have limited
> technical experience and a proprietary operating system. CloudApp has been
> recommended, but it has a size limitation of only ten 25mb files daily.
> E-mail is too slow. Google Drive could work, though they lack a native
> Linux client and I've yet to try it. I'm often unable to get files in
> person. What do you use?
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