If you’d like to see #remoteStorage as a one-click install on Heroku, DigitalOcean, or other ‘Platform as a Service’ platforms, please join the conversation here:
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"My new app for measuring progress. You can use it to write journals, observe habits, track statistics." -- @rosano
We're having a public video call about improving and clarifying the RS website(s) this Friday, 3pm UTC. If you're interested in making RS easier to understand for new users and/or developers, please feel free to join us:
If you want to share your RS-enabled apps with more users, consider creating a new topic in the App Announcements category on the forums, where you can also receive feedback then:
@clacke It's coming from a prolific RS app author, who discussed wording on the community forums, prior to settling on this term. You can read the linked topic from the beginning to see what happened.
But there is no official RS organization, with official goals, allowed terms, or anything like that. We're all just people doing our things, and collaborating on the protocol and its client and server software here and there. You're very much invited to join any discussions on the forums, too!
RSVP to receive a Zoom link https://talk.fission.codes/t/zero-data-apps-remotestorage-and-hyperdraft-an-interview-with-rosano/1341
We're having a public planning/community call next Tuesday (April 21), with the aim of creating a rough roadmap toward RFC track for the #remoteStorage spec, and its broad adoptability. Everyone is invited:
New versions of the remoteStorage.js connect widget add-on have been released, with noticeable improvements to the UI/UX. No breaking changes, so you can update your apps with ease:
Here we go. A public functional beta be careful please prototype of my notes app based on Notational Velocity https://hyprnote.com/write – data sync via @remotestorage, some Sublime Text keyboard shortcuts, [[double-bracket interlinking]], works nicely offline and on mobile too. Yellah habibi.
Super excited to share Launchlet, my first open source project!
The compose interface makes it easy to create your own. I used Svelte for the front-end programming and the almighty @remotestorage to save data in the browser and sync between devices – no database and works offline.
Not sure how people will react, hoping for the best 🙂
remoteStorage.js 1.2.1 released, contains important bugfix for apps supporting Dropbox and GDrive sync: https://github.com/remotestorage/remotestorage.js/releases/tag/v1.2.1
Version 12 of the remoteStorage spec was published a few days ago. It contains one potentially breaking change for servers, but most should already be compatible:
remoteStorage.js 1.1.0 released: https://github.com/remotestorage/remotestorage.js/releases/tag/v1.1.0
Special thanks to all new contributors!
Open protocol for per-user storage: Webfinger + OAuth + CORS + REST. Works great with unhosted web apps. https://remotestorage.io
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