[tahoe-dev] barriers to using tahoe
nathan at atlasnetworks.us
Tue Feb 2 00:04:41 UTC 2010
I tried to get the installer from allmydata.com about two weeks ago, and gave up after failing to find an option that didn't require me to sign up for allmydata.com service. Did I miss something?
In other words - if you start from 'I have no credentials to anything', can you get the installer?
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: tahoe-dev-bounces at allmydata.org [mailto:tahoe-dev-
> bounces at allmydata.org] On Behalf Of Peter Secor
> Sent: Monday, February 01, 2010 3:39 PM
> To: tahoe-dev at allmydata.org
> Subject: Re: [tahoe-dev] barriers to using tahoe
> There is a Win XP/7/Vista installer available from the commercial
> Allmydata.com site that includes everything to get Tahoe up and running
> with an SMB/CIFS interface. The source is available for this installer,
> and in my opinion what is missing to make it work for a wider audience
> is the following:
> * configuration UI for non-Allmydata.com grids
> * configuration UI for non-Allmydata.com authentication
> * update to the current Tahoe version in the back-end (current
> installer is 1.3)
> * enable the FTP interface by default on the local client and
> auto-mount it as part of the installation (current SMB/CIFS interface
> licensed software)
> Any volunteers? :)
> On 2/1/10 3:17 PM, Raoul Duke wrote:
> > On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 3:10 PM, Peter Secor<secorp at allmydata.com>
> >> about it. In the meantime, if you apply that patch to twisted it
> >> work, noting that it might not be within everyone's timeframe or
> >> previous experience to set this up quickly.
> > from what i've anecdotally heard, it seems like it would be good for
> > Tahoe to have one version that Really Just Works. presumably ideally
> > the version needs to be one that would most commonly be used by the
> > target (sub) audience. by "target" i mean the one which you first
> > to convince, even if they aren't the long-term biggest end-users. so
> > i'm going to pull a guess out of my butt and say that if you had a
> > winXP or a win7 installer that Just Worked, that could do a lot to
> > help the 'marketing'+'sales' of Tahoe.
> > ???
> > sincerely.
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