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Direct sharing by URL
Direct sharing by URL
Libre and free
Libre and free
GDPR compatible
GDPR complient
Responsive (ie: usable on SMART)
Responsive (ie: usable on SMART)
Available in 6 langages
Available in 6 langages

Latest revision as of 15:24, 17 June 2020



Quick & Dirty Repository


QDRep is a Free file sharing software. Here are some criteria that may decide whether to use it (or not). Lightweight (~2000 lines of code) Easy to install (paste ‘n’ play) No database Direct sharing by URL Libre and free GDPR complient Responsive (ie: usable on SMART) Available in 6 langages With or without anonymous connection Requires PHP 5+ Low security over file access Limited uploading to 3 or 5 MB / file






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25 May 2020

Leaders and contributors

Dominique Laporte (Lord Doom)Lead developer

Resources and communication

Software prerequisites

Required to usePHP 5+


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