iFolder is a solution that allows people to easily share folders of files of any type with other users, whether they use the same or different operating systems. Thus, Linux, Windows and Macintosh users can all use iFolder to share files.
Yes! iFolder is a work-in-progress that can benefit from active community involvement. We believe that your participation will help to make iFolder a fun and extremely useful software product. Regardless of your skill level or time you have to commit to such a project, you can contribute to the iFolder project. We need help developing, documenting, translating, testing, and evangelizing iFolder. We invite you to participate in any manner that you feel comfortable with. There is a TODO list of things that need to be done.
Please jump in and help as you can. We appreciate all help that can be given.
The client platforms that iFolder is available on ...
You can share ifolders between whatever computers are running a version of iFolder. Thus, you could share iFolders between Linux, Windows, and Mac computers and use the files and folders as native files and folders.
The iFolder open source server is currently on openSUSE 11.1. But we are looking to add additional platforms from the community.
Simple. Start here.
iFolder is written in C# and runs on the Mono .NET platform. Microsoft, Mac, and Linux all have version of Mono available for them although through testing has not been done on all platforms.