Great news that opensource iFolder is back in business - I'm a great fan of iFolder
I would like to second Jerry Pavlov's request, a non gui iFolder client would be great!.
You can class me as a heavy user of iFolder, sadly not a developer.
I am currently running with opensource iFolder 3.6 ( where have all 3.6 the downloads gone?), I've yet to migrate to 3.7.2.
It would be useful if there was an option in the iFolder client to be able to schedule syncronization times.
I have found that the iFolder client "grabs" bandwidth when syncronizing over an ADSL line, to much detriment of any fellow users of the same link, infact, fellow users demand iFolder is stopped as it makes the link unusable!!. Was there not a future feature under development of bandwidth throttling and also that iFolder syncronization would only occur during low processor activity?
During the night the ADSL link is totally unused and this would be the ideal time to allow iFolder to sync. I am currently wrestling with Cron to see if I can start and stop iFolder on my Suse p.c. (a Linux newbie..). iFolder syncronization over 512/128 kbs Adsl links reveal.I guess there must be a scheduler available for Windows pcs.
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