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Is there (or should there even be) a large completely public folder that ALL Ubuntu One users could dump files into to let people have access to their ideas?

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closed as off topic by RolandiXor, Nitin Venkatesh, Marco Ceppi Aug 17 '12 at 20:10

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Well, yes and no. When you publish a file, it gets a unique virtual filename in the virtual root of, like So, if you wanted to, you could write an HTML file, publish it and link to other files you've published. I don't think that's an intended use, though.

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One of the things I would love to have (but for which we don't have time allocated yet) is rethinking our publish/share features (we had a session about it on UDS-O)

What you propose would be basically "folder publishing" which is one of the missing things I miss the most.

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