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From Jürgen Baier <juerp...@googlemail.com>
Subject Announcing Fileship, open source Filemanager making extensive use of jackrabbit webdav
Date Fri, 25 Feb 2011 15:48:09 GMT
Dear all,

I would like to announce Fileship, a standalone Filemanager that uses
jackrabbit-webdav for its file handling. Making extensive use of jackrabbit
technology (on the client as well as on the server side), we think that our
project could be of some interest for you. Fileship (the client) is an
Eclipse  RCP app, which communicates to the server through webdav (using
jackrabbit jars) and custom webservices. One the server side we have a
justomized Jackrabbit webdav server running on glassfish, as well as the
custom webservices.

 Here is a short list of its technological key features for Fileship:

- Standalone Eclipse RCP application
- Currently available for Windows and Linux (Mac version to come soon)
- Makes extensive use of jackrabbit jars for webdav file-handling
- It's open-source , so all we learned on the way can be looked up also

You are all welcome to start with Fileship here:


To test the application, please create a free trial account, then you have
1GB of space to play with. It should all be pretty self-explanatory and easy
to set up, but if there are any questions, do not hesitate to ask me. All
feedback is greatly appreciated!

Hope you find our application as useful as we found jackrabbit,
wish you all a nice weekend,


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