Filestash: A self-hosted Open Source multi browser

Filestash is a self-hosted open-source Dropbox alternative that supports multiple user collaboration and a dozen of storage modules.
With Filestash, you can connect to Amazon S3, Dropbox, Google Drive, FTPS and add more storage modules.

It is working with S3 credentials with Storj DCS already, check it out on my Sintel folder:

It is even on the Amazon marketplace.

@bre Maybe something for the showcasing category?
Seeing this I am getting so many ideas: Storj could link to the Filestash website and advertise this as alternative access option. Storj could host it and offer an easy access to Storj DCS. Storj could write its own plugin like Backblaze to become more visible. Storj could team up with that project and offer its free tier to their users. This could even be an interesting thing for those users who are looking for a Dropbox like alternative as users or as providers.

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Here is my experience using your link.

I am getting an error currently as well:

Oops!
<html> <head><title>504 Gateway Time-out</title></head> <body> <center><h1>504 Gateway Time-out</h1>

I have just tried with a new Access Grant.

But it is easy to try with own S3 credentials:

https://demo.filestash.app/login

I guess we need to wait and see if it gets fixed. :neutral_face:

Edit: I have no idea to which gateway the message is referring to. Could it be https://gateway.storjshare.io ?

Check again, seems to be working now again:

image

This time I tried the 4k. We might end up troubleshooting for them. :slight_smile:

Yes I can confirm:

The media could not be loaded, either because the server or network failed or because the format is not supported.

But sintel_2048_surround_512kb.mp4 is working:

But it’s a demo page so I wouldn’t expect the best conditions for streaming.

It’s the main reason why it should rather work. You give demo page to potential client and this doesn’t look good.

Yes and no. If you have to pay for servers and bandwidth then there is a tradeoff.

But anyone can try it and run it on their own server to check it out.
There is even a Docker image: https://hub.docker.com/r/ugeek/filestash

Edit: With more many, maybe they can pay for better servers?

Another good one!
Have passed this along internally.
You are on fire this weekend with the good ideas :smiley: