Release Notes: This release comes with two major improvements: a redesigned Web UI and an improved storage model that makes system scalable and faster.
Release Notes: This release comes with three major improvements: an improved Web UI, a redesigned desktop client GUI, and WebDAV support.
Release Notes: This release comes with three major improvements: a new desktop client, a redesigned library encryption scheme, and better backup/recovery support.
Release Notes: This release comes with three major improvements, a redesigned online file browser, syncing and sharing of any folder, and better HTTPS support.
Release Notes: This release adds a new function for personal messaging. Speed limiting and excluding certain files from syncing have been added to the desktop clients.
Release Notes: This release comes with re-designed group collaboration functions. A Wiki module was added. The discussion module was greatly improved. Online editing is also improved with a new rich document editor.
Release Notes: This release adds two major improvements, a CLI client and LDAP authentication support. Online file viewing for images, video, and audio is improved. Several syncing bugs are fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes two major improvements: a Web API for supporting mobile clients, and the ability for an admin or library owner to set the length of history to keep. Other features includes display of file modification time, the ability to get a share link for a directory, and better support for HTTPS.
Release Notes: This version comes with a few important updates regarding to security and international language handling. Security: encrypted transmission; a document on setting up HTTPS for Seafile Web; and removal of the temporal password of encrypted libraries when logging out on the Web site. Language Support: fixes problems when handling libraries with names in languages like French, German, etc. (other than English) for the Windows client.
Release Notes: This is the first international release of Seafile. Though several minor problems remain, this release is stable enough for normal usage. Clients for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux are ready. The server runs on Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS).