What is the license on your code?
Regarding the license of my code I'm unsure what to use. The license of duplicacy (https://github.com/gilbertchen/duplicacy/blob/master/LICENSE...) states that "Modification and redistribution are permitted, but commercial use of derivative works is subject to the same requirements", so it seems to me that as long as I include such a disclaimer, it should be fine. I opened an issue on the duplicacy project to ask the author his opinion.
Works in mono in all OS's, ive used it on mac, linux and windows. Supports GPG (public) and AES (secret) key encryption, all the cloud backends, etc.
Provides a Web UI.
Its also LGPL so no concerns about commercial licensing ala Duplicacy.
But I can't imagine suing would achieve anything. they're all dictionary words.
I won't link to my wrapper script because I don't want my HN account linked to my github/real name but this guy's work is what I based mine on: https://blog.interlinked.org/tutorials/rsync_time_machine.ht...
First you have to settle on a definition for cloud before you get to make claims about what tools can or can’t do.
But anyway, nice to see you like it enough to write a tool, just keep on going :)
After my initial post, I was dowvoted. To justify that: this is not a backup, it is just an alternative to rsync or cp with multiple targets and more of something I would run after a real backup has finished. If someone is looking for real backup, there are multiple open source backup products that know their domain. This one clearly does not.
Can you recommend anything the OP should do differently to achieve these goals?