[Box Backup] Box Backup on Rails

Dave Bamford boxbackup at fluffy.co.uk
Mon Feb 26 19:35:26 GMT 2007


Hi Stefan

Back last May I posted a very simple web interface using php and
bbackupquery to interrogate the store. But this is much better.

I presume this can be run from a web server remote from the backup
server providing you have the certificates. As you say security is weaker
but as a sacrifice for usability. Most of my users are not too worried about
security just integrity.

If I can help in any way let me know.

Dave Bamford

Stefan Norlin wrote:
> We have created a Ruby driver for Box Backup and implemented
> a web application based on Ruby on Rails (http://www.rubyonrails.org).
> It can be used for browsing server stores (like bbackupquery) and
> we will soon add functionality to restore/extract files.
>
> The first version of the result can be viewed and tested a bit here:
>
> https://secure2.infoflex.se/rbbackup
>
> User login: "demo"/"bbdemo"
> Admin login: "admin"/"bbadmin"
>
> Any feedback is greatly appreciated!!!
>
> Please do not change the passwords and please let the original info
> be so that anyone can try it, but otherwise feel free to play around
> in the application. You can even add your own server if you like.
> Like in "your own test server" that you do not mind if other people
> can access... :)
>
> Some info on the project here:
>
> https://secure2.infoflex.se/rbbackup/user/about
>
> Maybe the name "Box Backup on Rails" should be changed in
> order not to step on anyones toes if it sounds too officially connected
> to Box Backup, but it was the name that first came to mind.
>
> Our intention is to license it as open source and make it a contribution
> to the project if there is enough interest in it... after some additional
> work and cleanup. We really appreciate all the effort put in the Box
> Backup prohect and the truly great product!
>
> If you have any questions/comments that do not belong on the list,
> feel free to send them directly to me, stefan.norlin at infoflexconnect.se.
>
> Cheers,
> Stefan
>
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