On Sat, 02 Jun 2012 18:10:53 +0300 Mika Suomalainen <email@example.com> wrote: > On 02.06.2012 09:21, Aubrey Raech wrote: > > On Sat, 2 Jun 2012 08:08:44 +0200 > > Tom Rausner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > >> Dropbox ? > > > > Ah, and avoiding third-party servers was also a hopeful :-/ I'd > > prefer not to have my files "out there" on the web... more of a > > direct person-to-person transfer. > > > > I've also considered making a .torrent file for whatever it is I > > want to transfer and using a public tracker for it, but that seems > > far more roundabout than necessary. A torrent of one. > > > > --Aubrey > > GPG encrypted file(s) + torrent with public tracker? > I have used that method sometimes. > And although a great program has been recommended (Woof), I think I may like this method better, at least when the files are large enough. Two reasons: 1. My ISP can get mad if I send too much data up through my connection, complaining that I'm "running services". If I throttle the upload, it's not an issue. 2. If we lose connection for some reason, the download does not have to restart! At least with Woof, I believe that that would be necessary. Plus GPG is awesome! I may use GPG with one of the other "make a file available for download" methods in the event that the other person can be expected to decrypt it! :) -- Aubrey "There are two types of people in the world: those who can extrapolate from incomplete data."
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