CYGO Cloud is no longer available for open sign-ups.
All accounts created after Sunday, January 24, 2021 will not have storage allocated until you have made a donation to CYGO Network. For accounts created prior to this date, storage quotas will remain the same. If a user desires a storage allocation expansion, they must make a donation.
Contributions between $3-$8 will grant users 1GB of storage (permanently).
Contributions between $10-$15 will grant users 2GB of storage (permanently).
If you need more than 2GB of storage, or less than 1GB of storage, please send an email to email@example.com.
If you have made a contribution and need your account storage allocations updated, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today, our entire network was down for just over 11 hours.
This is due to a domain transfer; we transferred our domain to a new registrar in order to make sure our ownership of the domain is more secure, as we were uncertain if our previous registrar might cave to political and financial pressure to take down our sites.
After service was restored, there were a few more patches of downtime.
The further downtime was caused by maintenance which included expanding our storage capacity.
It would be unfair to go without mentioning Thomas, who performed the data transfers and supplied the new hardware. His extensive knowledge of the Linux command line and file systems ensured that downtime was minimal.
We do not anticipate that there will be any further extended downtime. If more maintenance is necessary, users will be notified. We appreciate everyone’s patience as we carried out this work.
Today’s update includes a long-awaited feature, human-readable URLs. This will make navigation and sharing of links much more convenient, spaces can have their own custom URLs, and user profile URLs contain your username.
For spaces, use ‘/s/space-name’ and for users use ‘/u/username’.
The next portion of the update includes options under account settings to create new spaces, view and search the spaces and members directory.
This solves the problem with the lack of sidebar in the mobile app, making it fully-functional from your phone without the need to ever access from another device.
As some of you may know, we’ve been looking forward to this for years now. We finally have a functional, native mobile app!
You can download it on our home page, or from this page which gives some basic installation instructions.
It’s also worth noting that we have versions available for desktop operating system, including Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS, and GNU/Linux.
We hope that this makes Bleu more available and convenient for you to use.