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New reborn space station in Starmade

I'm currently playing #Starmade which you can run on your own Windows/Linux/MacOS box and as an own server instance (also LAN-only is possible).

Here are some screenshots from my work (in-progress): #nextcloud
#Starmade #nextcloud games nextcloud reborn space-station starmade wip
The thing was, with an update of the game, the station was no longer loaded and I saw error messages in the server.log file. So I decided to remove "server-database" entirely.
In that large shipyard, even the #Rockwell can dock and being repaired or constructed. I have added enough cargo space for it being able to be constructed quick enough.

Friendica + WebDAV/$API = Nextcloud-Ready?

What do you think?, especially those @Friendica Developers ? Is it possible to rewrite #Friendica to have some "wrapper class" for storing pictures/movies locally (default) or remotely on a #WebDAV share like with Nextcloud?

Or does #Nextcloud have an other API for file storage/retrieval than WebDAV? Would be cool to not have pictures stored on so many places. Sure you need then a "WebDAV browser" where you can easily select your files you want to link here (including music files and videos, of course).
#Friendica #WebDAV #Nextcloud @Friendica Developers api friendica nextcloud webdav
Abstracting storing files, like:

- LocaStorage (stores files on local directory
- WebDavStorage (stores files on any WebDAV, let's make a simple WUI here for NextCloud/OwnCloud configuration to encourage people using it)
- SftpStorage (stores files over an SFTP link)
- FooStorage (stores files the foo-way)

And many more. So how to procede?
If one has a path for storage, you can let the OS figure out what it is.

eg, Friendica looks in a directory called /storage

This can literally be a directory called /storage...or you can add an fstab entry to add an arbitrary type of remote file system mounted at /storage.
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