A problem in everyday life: -you have a big file -needs to go to someone who you work with -not public -want to send it by email -attachment too big Question to public: who had this problem in the last year examples: Student religion studies, stiff horse syndrom: maybe later? To public: how do people solve this problem. Any takers?
that's right: USB sticks, DVDs, sent by postal mail. So despite our networks having the ability to kazoom a DVD over within minutes, people use physical shipping to get large datatransfers done. That is wrong. That must change That is where FileSender comes in.
angenomen dat zij net als wij, wat moe zijn van top down vruchteloos funding in de eresearch-put gooien en geen culture change terugkrijgen
lets look at that again, shall we? piont out that arbitrarily large, private audience and trusted intermediary are three features that are not available on the marked. Nor is “fully federated”.
so to summarize, that is what we set out to do
gives me as project lead headaches every once in a while but we don't have any process cruft we don't need.
need a better path of least resistance need lifestyle change
[5/13/11 3:16:13 PM] Guido Aben @ AARNet: cloudstor is maar een opstapje [5/13/11 3:16:36 PM] Guido Aben @ AARNet: ze moeten over hun data gaan denken als vervoerbaar, levend-in-het-netwerk [5/13/11 3:16:45 PM] Guido Aben @ AARNet: ze moeten dat leuk gaan vinden, er niet meer zonder kunnen [5/13/11 3:17:13 PM] Guido Aben @ AARNet: *dan* gaan ze wel een keer proposals schrijven waarin ze bij hun research ook rekening houden met networked collab &c &c [5/13/11 3:17:15 PM] Guido Aben @ AARNet: dan pas! [5/13/11 3:17:20 PM] Guido Aben @ AARNet: eerst de slippery slide af [5/13/11 3:17:45 PM] Guido Aben @ AARNet: OK. ik ga de slides door
painless sharing arbitrarily large files with private audience through trusted intermediary FileSender!
guiding principles <ul>1. As painless as watching YouTube 2. Fire and forget 3. For people who have better things to do with their lives 4. Federated by design 5. Transport, not storage </ul>