OwnCloud problems after Next Cloud-fork by founder




OwnCloud is surprised and disappointed with the advent of the fork with the name Next Cloud. The fork comes from the founder and other former developers of the software. OwnCloud now says no loans to get more into the US and forced to be there to close his office.

next Cloud Half months ago, the founder of ownCloud, Frank Karlitschek known to leave the company and in its wake followed many other developers. It now appears that was to focus on a fork. Despite the loss reported ownCloud to continue to believe in the product and the competition to engage with Next Cloud. The organization says will not be able to find criticism of Karlitschek that the community should be strengthened. “In this regard, we have been working on the creation of the ownCloud Foundation. The board of this will consist of seven members, including developers of the GitHub community, community representatives and users of ownCloud.”

OwnCloud enables directly to feel the effects of the fork. Large lenders in the US would have turned allowing the business to stop forced in the United States, the flow of money and eight people come up on the street. OwnCloud Gmbh, the German part, would not be affected by the decision. Karlitschek reports via Twitter do not expect to have to ownCloud 12 o’clock would collapse “after the announcement.

Earlier this week announced Karlitschek have to fork. While he claimed that the software will be developed by a large part of the development of ownCloud Inc. He also spoke of a reboot of the ownCloud company and project: “Next Cloud is a new way to regain the balance for a sustainable, open ecosystem with a focus to allow users to manage their data.” Particularly in the area of ‚Äč‚Äčtransparency and the removal of barriers to contribute to the project was Next Cloud improvement should offer in respect of ownCloud.

Next Cloud should have include support for Spreed.ME, an open source platform based on WebRTC video conferencing and chats. The team behind next cloud promises to support popular calendar and contacts apps.


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