Self Installable Version of the Locker Project Coming in about a Week
If you’re not familiar with the Locker Project it is an open source personal data storage platform which I recently covered here. I’m extremely excited about the prospects of this project and have been anxiously waiting for a version that I could self install. You can currently visit their project page on Github but the current version requires a setup process that is primarily for developers and doesn’t offer a setup script for us that are not quite savvy enough to install the current version.
I visited the project page yesterday as I have over the last few weeks looking for an update but still saw that only the dev version was available so I decided to reach out on Twitter to see if I could get any indication as to when an installable version might be available.
Today I was super excited to see that Locker Project creator Jeremie Miller replied to me with the following message
@krynsky we’re working hard on an initial test ver for devs to easily install/play with in about a week, excited!
I can’t wait to get my hands on this software and be involved in the early stages of testing it out and providing feedback. The potential that this project has is huge and I’m looking forward to being on the ground floor and providing you with information on it as it becomes available. Stay tuned…