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sbit3 is like pastebin for files. http://sbit3.me
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sbit3 is like pastebin for files. It is a tornado app and a client script that allows you to easily upload a file from any command line into Amazon's S3 service. It provides you with a shorterned, time-limited URL that you can share to anyone. You can run the server on your own AWS account if you'd like. As a server, sbit3 uses no local storage and only minimal amounts of CPU and RAM, as most S3 interactions are direct and not proxied. INSTALL: Download the client to upload and share a file: curl http://sbit3.me/sbit3 -o [somewhere in your path] USAGE: 1) Use sbit3 to upload the file: user@localhost:~$ ./sbit3 your_file.zip http://sbit3.me/d/aV8gt (link expires in 10 minutes) or to specify your own expiration time: user@localhost:~$ ./sbit3 --expires 42 your_file.zip http://sbit3.me/d/aSI38 (link expires in 42 minutes) 2) Share the short URL with someone. If they use a command line, they'll need to pass curl the -L option to follow redirects and to specify a filename since curl doesn't guess the filename like browsers ("-o output.zip"): user@localhost:~$ curl -L http://sbit3.me/d/aV8gt -o output.zip Server dependencies: * Python 2.6 * Tornado * Boto * Amazon AWS account with S3 & SDB Client dependencies (to upload files): * Linux/OSX/Windows (cygwin) with python2.6 Download dependencies: * Any system with HTTP abilities TODO: * Add some error handling * S3 cleanup code once files are expired * Allow client-side encryption pre-upload