Welcome back to the second episode!

This time I’m talking about the self-hosted cloud-storage solution Nextcloud, which, with its numerous extensions is the swiss-army knife of self-hosting solutions.

As a special guest I talked to Nextcloud (and Owncloud) founder Frank Karlitschek,
who not only had insightful things to say about Nextcloud, but also about self-hosting and its future in general.

As a reminder, if you’re still looking for a place to host software, there’s a short guide on the Self-Hosted Web that gives you a little overview.

If you enjoyed this episode (or if you didn’t), I’d be happy about feedback. You can either send me an e-mail at richard@selfhostedweb.org, or via the contact-form on selfhostedweb.org itself or, if you do use Twitter, you can write to either @Selfhostedweb or me directly @stormgrass.

The music for this episode is by Podington Bear, released under a Creative Commons license at Freemusicarchive.org.

I’d be happy if your reviewed, liked or starred this for some visibility. You can do that wherever you get your podcasts from, but specifically on iTunes or on Panoptikum.io.

One thought on “SHW02: Nextcloud”

  1. Years back, relying on ‘Unison’ and a broadband connection that was slower than a wet week, I could only dream of what we now have available for free.

    Your podcast series has been put together very well in my opinion, enjoyable and informative.

    Thank you.

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