Yeah duplicity is really unreliable and slow, would not recommend.
@georg.hofmann:matrix.org But per-user home implies a multi-user machine, and that's really rare. These days most computers 1 to 1 map from their own to the only user on that system.
Similar to phones/tablets
duplicity != duplicacy. Dplicacy is a lot faster but isn't free. (Well the restore program is free and open source... which is good) It's also kinda annoying getting things that run on arm32. (Party why I'm going to change my nas to amd64)
Main Multi-user PC I've used is was the family PCs. Now I don't think many families do that much... and they're probably not using per-user disk encryption
I've been using duplicacy and it works pretty well
it's free if you don't want all the management ooling