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Seafile is a next-generation open source cloud storage system, with advanced support for file syncing, privacy protection and teamwork.
Collections of files are called libraries, and each library can be synced separately. A library can be encrypted with a user chosen password. This password is not stored on the server, so even the server admin can't view your file contents.
Seafile lets you create groups with file syncing, wiki, and discussion -- enabling easy collaboration around documents within a team.
Seafile is a full-fledged cloud storage platform. It has the following features:
Seafile's version control model is based on Git, but it's simplified for automatic synchronization, and you don't need Git installed to run Seafile. Each Seafile library behaves like a Git repository. It has its own unique history, which consists of a list of commits. A commit points to the root of a file system snapshot. The snapshot consists of directories and files. Files are further divided into blocks for more efficient network transfer and storage usage.
Differences from Git:
Our primary goal is to build a first-class level production. Since we are only a small team, we think the goal can only be achieved by collaborating with the whole world.
Seafile is an open and extensible system. A library is a collection of files that could be synced. It can be presented to users as a Wiki, a set of notes, a gallery and so on. We have already write the Wiki module as an example. We need your contributions to make Seafile more versatile. Let's build an awesome system together!
Seafile and its desktop and mobile clients are published under GPLv3.
The Seafile server's web end, i.e. Seahub, is published under Apache License.
Twitter: @seafile https://twitter.com/seafile