App Android per disintossicarsi dallo smartphone: curatevi!

BreakFree Cell Phone Addiction è un’app Android per monitorare l’uso del proprio smartphone e avviare di conseguenza un percorso di disintossicazione.

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Zato—Agile ESB, SOA, REST and Cloud Integrations in Python

January 14, 2014 at 07:50PM from Linux Journal – The Original Magazine of the Linux Community

Zato is a Python-based platform for integrating applications
and exposing back-end services to front-end clients. It’s an ESB (Enterprise
Service Bus) and an application server focused on data integrations. more>>

How to install Munin (Monitoring Tool) in Ubuntu 13.10 server

January 15, 2014 at 01:34AM from Ubuntu Geek

Munin the monitoring tool surveys all your computers and remembers what it saw. It presents all the information in graphs through a web interface. Its emphasis is on plug and play capabilities. After completing a installation a high number of monitoring plugins will be playing with no more effort. (…)Read the rest of How to […]

Rdio, l’ascolto via Web diventa gratis

January 17, 2014 at 09:10AM from Geekissimo

Con l’imminente arrivo di un nuovo competitor come Beats Music, che dal 21 gennaio entrerà sulla scena portando con sé un catalogo di 20 milioni di brani e un accordo con il carrier americano AT&T per offrire abbonamenti familiari a 15$/mese[1], il mercato della musica in streaming ribolle e continua a mutare i suoi equilibri […]

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Cloud Sync Tool `Seafile` 2.1 Released

January 14, 2014 at 04:58PM from Web Upd8 – Ubuntu / Linux blog

Seafile is an open source cloud synchronization and collaboration tool that you can install on your own server. It comes with desktop clients for Linux, Windows and Mac as well as mobile clients for Android and iOS.


Seafile features file libraries which can be synchronized separately, wiki module, group discussion module, online rich document / markdown editor, file revisions, file preview, event notifications, library encryption, audio / video playback support and more.
The tool uses a version control model somewhat similar to GIT but with some differences such as automatic syncing, no history stored on the client side so the data is not stored twice, resumable transfers, more user-friendly file conflicts and more.
Seafile 2.1 was released recently and the main goal of this release was to make it easier for new users to get started with Seafile.
Changes in Seafile 2.1 (server):
  • improved web UI: redesigned navigation of the web interface;
  • easier for new users to get started: a default personal library is now automatically created for new users the first time they log in. The library contains a help manual and system admins can customize the contents of the default library;
  • an online help has been bundled with the server;
  • added FUSE support, currently read-only, can be used for data backup;
  • added WebDAV support;
  • redesigned notification module;
  • uploadable share links;
  • [login] added captcha to prevent brute force attack;
  • [sub-library] user can choose whether to enable sub-library;
  • improved error messages when upload fails;
  • set default browser file upload size limit to unlimited;
  • improved admin UI;
  • more flexible customization options.

The desktop client was also redesigned. On Windows, the new client will download the user’s default personal library and create a virtual disk pointing to it. This makes users who’re familiar with Dropbox easier to get started.

Seafile Desktop (Linux) client

Here are a few more Seafile 2.1 (server) screenshots:





Download Seafile

Before installing Seafile on your server, you can give it a try by using THIS online demo.

Seafile (server) runs on Linux (Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS and Raspberry Pi), Windows and Mac OS X while the Seafile client is available for Linux, Windows, Mac OSX, Android and iOS:

See the Seafile wiki page for how to install Seafile Server | upgrade Seafile Server. salvare segnalibri online senza usare estensioni

January 14, 2014 at 10:46AM from Geekissimo

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