It's almost 2019, and every application that wants to share stuff via "the cloud" must still implement support for each cloud provider separately, even though WebDAV has existed for over a decade.
In other words, "the cloud" is really just a lie told by people trying to trick you into handing over your precious files and locking yourself into their walled garden. If it ain't standards-based and interoperable, it's not "the" anything. It's "a" piece of shit.
@chucker @wink I suspect the issue with WebDAV is the typical chicken-and-egg problem. Web servers were pretty shitty for a long time, too. I think there just hasn't been enough demand for a standards-based filesystem that works well over the Internet. There have been multiple attempts in the past that didn't end up going anywhere too, like Coda. There's NFSv4+krb5p and OpenAFS, but both expect to run at the OS level, which is pretty much a non-starter these days because OS innovation has ceased
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!