Seafile is an open source cloud storage system with privacy protection and teamwork features. Collections of files are called libraries. Each library can be synced separately. A library can also be encrypted with a user chosen password. Seafile also allows users to create groups and easily sharing files into groups.
Seafile has the following features:
Seafile's version control model is similar to Git, but it is simplified for automatic synchronization. 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. However, Seafile doesn't rely on Git to run.
Each component of Seafile has its own source code repository on Github.
Before version 6.0, the source code of "sync client daemon" and "server core" are mixed together in https://github.com/haiwen/seafile. But after 6.0 version, the server core is separated into its own repository. For this reason, the sync client daemon repository is still the "front page" for Seafile project on Github.
Please only submit bugs in GitHub issues (Pro customers should contact us via Email):
Feature requests and installation/usage problem should be asked in the forum https://forum.seafile.com/.
Our primary goal is to build a first-class product. We think this goal can only be achieved by collaborating with the whole world.
For more informations read Contribution.
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