[info] [FoRK] Recommendations for a reliable subscription-based SSL VPN or proxy service for "secure, portable, virtual" office?

The Doctor drwho at virtadpt.net
Wed Jan 2 06:55:45 PST 2013

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On 01/01/2013 05:18 PM, Eugen Leitl wrote:

> Although for a whole drive it would be a bit of an efficient
> storage use issue (requiring just periodic reset maintenance),
> SparkleShare+Gitolite git server via ssh is a great combination,
> with clients for Windows/Macosx/Linux or you can use any git
> client.  If the git server were storing into a TrueCrypt loopback
> on the server, you'd ruin offline attacks against your data.
> Simply sync to another drive somewhere to get redundancy.

I'm surprised more people aren't using Fossil
(https://www.fossil-scm.org/) for this.  In addition to git-like
distributed revision control, the bug tracker and wiki are built in
and synchronized along with commits.  It has a project blog, too.
I've been playing around with it for about a year now, and I'm very
pleased with it (and with not having to rely on a central service like
Github to hold everything).  I still haven't had time to try synching
Fossil instances over Tor yet, but it works pretty well over a
point-to-point link over SSH.

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