On 23/10/2012 09:57, Dave Howe wrote:[color=blue]
On 22/10/2012 20:11, KeN Etter wrote:[color=green][color=darkred]
Don’t ask me more hard questions! This is a creative user. She’s one of
four and she takes half ogf my time that I spend on those four.[/color]
I don’t like to leave backups in the hands of normal users, let alone
“creative” ones. Not that it will help the immediate problem,
but you definitely need to automate backups and get them out of her
Teach her to use turtlegit - keep the master on the server (you don’t
actually have to even tell her where it is :), and HER copy on the usb
drive (make it a bare repo so she can’t actually edit files in there)
then she not only has a full revision history, but wont’ accidentally do
random stuff like this.
If it is something like that you would like.
There is a project called sparkleshare
It was started and is maintained by a creative type.