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Run Sem.Sync Online (e.g. Google App Engine)

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It will be very nive, if You can port Sem.Sync to run within the Google App Engine (http://code.google.com/appengine/)
as a hosted Application like
"Birthdays for Google Contacts" http://contact-birthdays.appspot.com/
 
The Problem:
Google App Engine needs a Java Application
On Windows Azure You can run C# Applications, but there You have to pay for the service.
Closed May 30, 2010 at 9:00 PM by Matzen
Porting the application or parts of it to a non-".net"-platform is out of scope of this project. The license however does permit to develop derived versions in a different language and for a different platform, but I'm not planning to work with a non-".net"-platform.FTP however is already supported, so most of the online storage provider can be utilized as a data-store (don't know if google supports ftp up- and down-loads).

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Matzen wrote May 30, 2010 at 8:56 PM

I did an Azure service with Sem.Sync, but the cost for hosting services in Azure is too high to actively support and test that.
The problem with Google is that I would have to develop that app in Java - something that's not in scope of this application. You are free to port the app to Java, but I will not ... sorry

wrote May 30, 2010 at 9:00 PM

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