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- Subject: Re: Library for off-system
- From: Alexander Gladysh <agladysh@...>
- Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2010 20:59:47 +0300
Guys, that's a list for discussing Lua, I beg you to try to be closer
to the topic.
On Fri, Mar 19, 2010 at 20:54, Max <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> 2010/3/19 Michal Kolodziejczyk <email@example.com>:
>> if I could store all my photos using this algorithm with
>> better efficiency, it would be way more interested project for me.
>> So I wonder if/how much space you can save if you put many files on such DB.
> Hello Miko
> yes you need the same space as the original file, but you can store a
> file within existing blocks, that will reduce the size.
> anyhow! you can store all your files in the offnode, then you have the
> off-torrents in your bookmarks.
> You can save and store your bookmarks in any txt file. The blocks can
> be put on any node, webserver anywhere.
> If you then have the off-torrent, you can load the file from any
> off-client, or, even better, is you have a webserver with the blocks,
> you can enter the IP of your webserver with the anonymous blocks, and
> just replace in the off-torrent, the word localhost, with the IP of
> your webserver, then you can browse your files from any browser
> worldwide just with the browser (no off client needed) just by
> replacing localhost with the IP of an node, which has the blocks, Then
> you even do not need to load the blocks.
> The blocks in your webserver are secure and just random data. So you
> can external all files, that is ideal for a backup,
> you need only the off-torrents in a small txt file or a database.