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- Why I Built OwnCloud and Made It Open Source : Frank Karlitschek is founder of ownCloud and maintainer of the project’s general architecture. here I was, 4 years ago (this past January) at CampKDE in San Diego, giving a talk on data privacy, warning the audience about the risks to their privacy from cloud vendors – in particular, Dropbox. So, build it yourself they said. Sure, I’ve built things in the past, so sure, I’ll do it. And there is where I started my odyssey, first, to protect myself, my friends and my colleagues from the snooping of governments, and other bad guys, and later – as I saw the worldwide interest grow – to build a real and successful project.
- Would you like a MultiDictionary?: The issue with the dictionary of list is nearly every call to the
Dictionaryhas to be wrapped in logic to check the current state of the dictionary before adding/removing/indexing etc. I’m never satisfied with the idea of surrounding my dictionary calls with a series of
ifstatements, so I end up coding an entirely new data structure to wrap my dictionary of lists. I’ve had to do this more times than I’m proud of, which is why I’m pleased to code up that data structure just one last