For my needs this is a lot more useful - SpiderOak also doesn't force all clients to sync with all data on all other clients, which is what Dropbox does, and causes performance and security issues if you have some large data that should not be present on all clients. It has a Python client so you can use the same tool on Mac or Windows, and it also works nicely under KDE (and probably GNOME) without mandating use of Nautilus.
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