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CMIS (Content Management Integration Service) is aiming to be the new webDAV. Is there a possibility to either mount a CMIS source in Linux or integrate it into Nautilus?

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CmisSync

There is no convenient such tool right now, so I started developing CmisSync.

It will keep a local folder synchronized with your files in the CMIS repository. It allows you to browse your CMIS documents offline. It is not finished yet. Open Source.

UPDATE: CmisSync is now ready for production use.

Adobe Drive

If you don't need offline access, you might want to try Adobe Drive, which features a CMIS connector. They say it only allows "basic access". I haven't tried it yet because it is not available for Linux. Proprietary.

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Any help I can offer? – stwissel Aug 9 '12 at 16:55
    
@stwissel: yes, there are a number of different things to do, so any help is very welcome! Please contact me at nicolas.raoul AT gmail.com Thanks a lot! – Nicolas Raoul Aug 10 '12 at 2:24

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