Yes you are right, github is text file oriented, that service is going to be CAD oriented, but with the same intend build a community of persons who can share their knowledge and enhance things. The complexity level is just slightly different due to the nature of the data that we have to handle.fcaduser wrote: ↑Thu Feb 20, 2020 12:02 pmLooks very promising. Sorry for this total newbie question, but I know little about the practice of cloud, the companies I used to work keep their precious data in house. What is your underlying fundamental idea, create a tool for setting a sort of github-like site but with tools more specialized and fitted for open-source FC projects ?
Github, for example, is perfect for hosting open-source code, but less convenient for hardware engineering projects ? Am I right ?
Maybe better see CADCloud as some kind of GitLab for CAD.
I will try to build a container during the week-end. If I am unable to make it, it will have to wait for 2 weeks because I have to attend the OCP summit and need to move myself back from Europe to US. The Cloud workbench needs to be activated at compilation time -DBUILD_CLOUD=1 and it shall be included as a standard feature into your binaries tree.sliptonic wrote: ↑Thu Feb 20, 2020 4:54 pmHey Jean-Marie,
I was fascinated by this idea at FOSDEM. It's very cool that you decided to open-source it.
Do you have any more documentation on deploying a private install? It might be cool for someone to build a docker image that anyone could put up quickly to experiment with or use in-house.
I'm looking for the cloud workbench referenced in the readme but not finding it. link?
It would be very cool if Part::Link could work with remote resources through an URL. Maybe I'm just dreaming though.