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Thanks, I appreciate it!

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Commits on Mar 6, 2012
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A lightweight service that provides automated file synchronization between multiple hosts.
-lipsync is an open source, lightweight service that provides automated two-way, {Dropbox}[http://bit.ly/1IGiJu]-like file synchronization in Linux by utilizing {OpenSSH}[http://www.openssh.com/], {rsync}[http://rsync.samba.org/], and {lsyncd}[http://code.google.com/p/lsyncd/]. lipsync is a the realization of a popular blog post of mine named {HOWTO build your own open source Dropbox clone}[http://fak3r.com/2009/09/14/howto-build-your-own-open-source-dropbox-clone/] Since I made the posting I've received a great deal of interest, and had time to test and architect a workable solution. Thanks to everyone that read, commented and encouraged the further development of this idea!
+lipsync is an open source, lightweight service that provides automated two-way, {Dropbox}[http://bit.ly/1IGiJu]-like file synchronization in Linux by utilizing {OpenSSH}[http://www.openssh.com/], {rsync}[http://rsync.samba.org/], and {lsyncd}[http://code.google.com/p/lsyncd/]. lipsync is a realization of a popular blog post of mine named {HOWTO build your own open source Dropbox clone}[http://fak3r.com/2009/09/14/howto-build-your-own-open-source-dropbox-clone/]. Since I made the posting I've received a great deal of interest, and had time to test and architect a workable solution. Thanks to everyone that read, commented and encouraged the further development of this idea!
The basic idea and example of a working system can be seen {here}[https://github.com/philcryer/lipsync/raw/master/docs/diagram.png].
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