@jcharvet it is a bit unconventional to set Meteor.settings at run-time like that. Not that it should matter, but normally you would put them into a settings.json file and load them meteor --settings settings.json
otherwise you are risking that you settings are set after the directive is read, triggering your error.
pretty quiet in here
Anyone around? Could use some help, trying to upload files
Currently stuck at permission errors (403)
Alright, think I fixed it
Hi, I just wanna check up on something. Do you have any information if AWS is going to support pausing and continuing uploads soon? Any announcements about that?
Should I be creating a new Slingshot.Upload object instance on the client every time I go to upload a file?
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@AndreasGalster S3 supports upload by parts but not resumable uploads and I don't know if they ever will
Has anyone successfully used slingshot with Dropbox?
@ryanbuiltthat last time i've checked dropbox didnt support SaaS
Hmm. Forgive the noob question but couldn't the http api work in slingshot?
that depends on whose dropbox credentials you want to use
slingshot is a package that authorized uplaod to cloud using the providers and not the users account
and that cannot do with dropbox
not without giving the user full temporary access to your dropbox account
My end goal is trying to figure out a way to allow a user to upload a bunch of images into a folder. Then someone else comes along and zips up the images for download. I have that running but its incredibly slow. All users in this scenario are not tech savvy so I thought if I could get the images into a Dropbox account I could then have the end user use Dropbox ui to select, zip and download the images