apparently there are just the 3 of us discussing this topic.
What I can contribute is what make sense from a user’s point of view.
For us, read-only is a feature that makes sense and must work 100% - I would actually have preferred not to have it at all than how it is implemented right now.
In our daily use, we have absolutely no extra feature that we need or any other topic that must be fixed - so from our point of view, this is the urgent task that needs to be fixed.
Nextcloud is a software that we don’t want to use for various reasons (performance mainly) - but at lest they have implemented read-only correctly and 100%.
On the other hand: Seafile has “something” but not working in all cases and causes just problems every day in our company.
We use currently just 9 users but would like to go up for 15 users and thus pay much more for the pro version… but I will hold back our investment until we have read-only properly working and tested.
For us, it’s not a minor thing - its a basic feature that should work
Maybe you can tell me what other things are so hi-prio?
I can wait, but someone from Seafile should tell a clear date when Read only will work.
Without that, I don’t want to pay more licenses