Your can synchronise your workflow directory using
This synchronisation works with arbitrary amounts of time between synchronisations,
so it is perfect for taking your laptop onto an airplane.
A community sync-server has been set up at
To get started, configure smos to use a sync server. You'll need to add the following to your smos config file:
sync: server-url: "api.smos.online" username: YOUR_USERNAME_HERE
Be sure to set the username that you want.
Then register your username at the sync server:
$ smos-sync-client register
You will be prompted for a password.
If no password is configured, you will be prompted for a password. This is the most secure, but does not work well if you want to automate synchronisation.
You can also pass in a password using:
--passwordoption on the command line
passwordfield in your smos config file.
To synchronise your workflow directory, run the following command:
$ smos-sync-client sync
Run this command periodically to keep your workflow directory synchronised.