Dear Safenetwork Community!
I’m new to all of this and I feel a bit lost in all this “programminglanguage” since I am not into programming but I stumbled over your project on the Canonical Blog (LINUX UBUNTU ONE) in the middle of last years discussion of april the 2nd 2014 (http://blog.canonical.com/2014/04/02/shutting-down-ubuntu-one-file-services/), when Linux took Ubuntu One the Linuxcloudservice Offline. There was a lot of dramatic chatting there on the blog with interesting information about cloudcomputing that really catched my attention and then you came in with this post from a Canonicalblog Forummember called Mark:
“Anyone interested in porting the Ubuntu One code onto a new free, open source decentralized cloud network?
The spec is amazing, including client side encryption, fully
anonymous, no single point of failure, no way for the network to be
censored or shut down etc.
If interested check out MaidSafe.net for overview, and if you want to
talk code join us on maidsafe-developers Google Group. It’s launching
soon and it would be fantastic to have a Ubuntu One government as one of
the first apps!”
Thanks so far for whoever this Mark is for his post, because it triggered my discovery of your fascinating Safenetwork-project. But my question is the following now:
- Was there any of these movements Mark talked about and if this Ubuntu-Code was to move to Safenet, could this be compared to a relaunch of the Linuxcloud and could datastorage be possible again for the Linux-Ubuntu-Community?
Best regards and thanks for your comments!
Jonathan from Germany!