Hey, Bob.

Looking at this post got me thinking...it would be useful to have a file repository here on AppDeploy, where people could post useful stuff like this. It could also serve as a temporary scratch area (posters could set a time limit for its retention) so people could upload their projects (or whatever) for others to look at.

What do others think?
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I think that's an excellent idea. I'm not the first one looking for some specific merge module or any other file that must be around "somewhere" on the internet or someone's local harddisk. And when I get my file it's still not shared. Next week or next month the very same question can pop up again by another looking for that file.
Answered 07/28/2010 by: Rheuvel
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Thanks, I'm looking to what we can do to make AppDeploy more useful and this is definitely a good idea. I'm not sure from a legal / liability standpoint it will be easy to get approved, but it is certianly worth looking into. Worst case perhaps we could provide a friendly interface to listing files while utilizing other popular file sharing services.
Answered 08/03/2010 by: bkelly
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OK, Bob. Thanks for that.

The issue with other file-sharing sites is that they tend to be blocked by corporate firewalls/proxies. From the legal stand-point, as a pragmatic solution, I had in mind the same kind of expiration that sites like SendUIt use.
Answered 08/04/2010 by: VBScab
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