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.
Thank you for this reminder that WebDAV exists!
Wouldn't it be great if we re-introduced it to the world through the new Fediverse and Activity Pub tools people are building?
You can browse and download books from your Libreture library using any OPDS-compatible app. But adding books from third-party apps? I wonder if WebDav is the trick to help with that...
Thanks for that.
I've am ex-Nextcloud user (it got a bit too heavy-duty for my simple vCard/iCal syncing needs), but yes, I see what you mean.
I have 'API' on the Roadmap, so will stick to that. The idea of using common and mature standards tickles my need to avoid the 're-invent the wheel' scenario we sometimes see with new web applications.
Thanks for sense-checking!
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