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hubic cloud storage

Post by Mercuria » Sat Nov 30, 2013 9:45 pm

pls add hubic cloud storage in the next fw, or as a seperate qpkg
https://hubic.com/en/

https://api.hubic.com/

hubic offers 25Gb for free, and is stationed in France,
so users are not subjected to the NSA
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possibility of adoption of a requested feature?

Post by Mercuria » Sun Dec 01, 2013 7:55 pm

I am asking myself what the possibility is of an adoption of a request,
i see hardly no result in next Fw / qt.

my request for instance, add hubic cloudstorage in next Fw / as a qpkg?
possible, and where do i get feedback of this request?
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Re: possibility of adoption of a requested feature?

Post by doktornotor » Sun Dec 01, 2013 7:58 pm

You can adopt it ASAP by creating the QPKG yourself. :P

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Re: possibility of adoption of a requested feature?

Post by pwilson » Sun Dec 01, 2013 8:16 pm

Mercuria wrote:I am asking myself what the possibility is of an adoption of a request,
i see hardly no result in next Fw / qt.

my request for instance, add hubic cloudstorage in next Fw / as a qpkg?
possible, and where do i get feedback of this request?


For the Firmware, contact QNAP, see the "Contact Us" page on their Website.

As for a QPKG, that is simply a matter of finding a hubiC CloudStorage fan, who is a programmer, and who is capable of building a QPKG for you. Check out: QNAP Development Kit: Quick Start Guide v3 for information on this. (This document includes instructions for downloading the QNAP Development Kit).

You might even want to provide this information to hubiC in hopes that they will build one for you.

The QNAP Firmware already supports multiple Cloud Storage services, so you might have an uphill battle to convince QNAP to support "yet another one". Why aren't you using one of the multiple Cloud Stoage services already supported in the QNAP Firmware?

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Re: possibility of adoption of a requested feature?

Post by Mercuria » Sun Dec 01, 2013 9:43 pm

pwilson wrote:Why aren't you using one of the multiple Cloud Stoage services already supported in the QNAP Firmware?


because of the NSA
both symform and elephantdrive are located in the USA, hubic is located in France
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Re: possibility of adoption of a requested feature?

Post by pwilson » Tue Dec 03, 2013 12:30 am

Mercuria wrote:
pwilson wrote:Why aren't you using one of the multiple Cloud Stoage services already supported in the QNAP Firmware?


because of the NSA
both symform and elephantdrive are located in the USA, hubic is located in France


That does answer my question. Avoiding the NSA is probably impossible anywhere.

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Re: possibility of adoption of a requested feature?

Post by schumaku » Tue Dec 03, 2013 12:42 am

Well - France is certainly perfect for cloud storage, where no private person or organisation is permitted to use encryption - unless you hand-over a general key to the authorities... :roll:

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Re: hubic cloud storage

Post by Regor » Sun Feb 09, 2014 7:23 pm

Hy All,
+1
now it's 10 euros /month for ... 10Tb
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Re: hubic cloud storage

Post by pwilson » Sun Feb 09, 2014 7:55 pm

Mercuria wrote:pls add hubic cloud storage in the next fw, or as a seperate qpkg
https://hubic.com/en/

https://api.hubic.com/

hubic offers 25Gb for free, and is stationed in France,
so users are not subjected to the NSA


With France's Anti-Encryption laws, I can't believe anyone outside France would support this request. I know I wouldn't store any of my data within French borders.

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Re: hubic cloud storage

Post by doobee24 » Wed Jul 09, 2014 3:33 am

+1

Would love to see this implemented even just as a qpkg

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Re: hubic cloud storage

Post by merlinpimpim » Thu Sep 25, 2014 5:24 am

+1
Please add Hubic for cloud storage as Synology does with DSM 5.1 !
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Re: hubic cloud storage

Post by jacot » Thu Oct 30, 2014 5:00 am

pwilson wrote:With France's Anti-Encryption laws, I can't believe anyone outside France would support this request. I know I wouldn't store any of my data within French borders.


You are still living in the last decade. They are no more Anti-Encryption laws in France.
Transmission data through Hubic is encrypted and more secure than any storage in US.
+1 for Hubic

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Re: hubic cloud storage

Post by schumaku » Fri Oct 31, 2014 3:41 am

No idea on how the law related differs from the U.S. for example http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/affichTexte.do?cidTexte=JORFTEXT000000222052 Prosecutors and judges can force everyone e to provide a decrypt key ...

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Re: hubic cloud storage

Post by florent13 » Sat Nov 01, 2014 6:02 pm

+1
Please add Hubic for cloud storage as Synology does with DSM 5.1 !

Hubic prices are very attractive

100Go for 1€/month
10To for 10€/month

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Re: hubic cloud storage

Post by Doc Konaii » Fri Nov 14, 2014 3:49 am

+1 please add Hubic to available cloud storage providers...
If synology did it, Qnap's engineers should be able to do it... :roll:

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