Nothing uploaded before then will count, but it’s still a bummer.
@ingsoc I have downloaded the latest version of Shotwell, I have looked at the documentation and I see absolutely no mention of online storage anywhere. Can you please point me to the right place?
@fuxoft I'm sorry, I think my original post wasn't very clear. Online storage isn't a part of Shotwell - but you can use any (mountable) backend for Shotwell to store the library. I use dropbox as my backend currently, but in the past I used an S3 backend(mounted with s3fs).
@ondras Storage is the easy part. I mean how to catalog them, access them from my mobile phone etc... I currently use Backblaze for storage but that could easily change.
@fuxoft Well, 🤷, tried my best to answer the original "how to store" question.
My point is, anyway, that once you pick a reasonable storage, anything else can be interchanged quickly (so you can iterate many options fast).
@ondras From reading the wasabi's FAQ, it seems that you continue to be billed for each file for 90 days after you delete it. So if I have 1 GB file that I modify and reupload every day, on day 90 I pay for 90 GB of storage? That doesn't sound good.
@fuxoft That is quite possible. I never modify files that I upload to Wasabi, so this issue is not related to my use case. Uploading photos to cloud backup might not hit this particular quirk as well.
@lasombra I have more than 200 GB of photos. I'd have to pay $12 monthly (Business Standard account). In that case, it's better for me to pay $6 monthly for unlimited photos on Flickr Pro. That seems to be the best option so far.
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@lasombra I'm sorry, my English is not good.Yes, I've been using it for about two years.I also had my hosting,But it's better with Hetzner
@jackc Wow, piwigo.com hosting for my photos would cost me 170 Euro/month! :)
@fuxoft Enterprise plan because of video? I use it on my own server (upgrades are about 3 clicks etc).
I have around 500 GB of photos (not videos). I'd like to have them online and searchable.
@fuxoft "The individual plan is reserved for private users, associations with a single employee, and one-person companies." Image files only, Unlimited storage, €39/year
@jackc Oh, completely missed the "Individuals" section. Thanks