ownCloud, the free system that allows you to mount your own server in the cloud, continues to prepare new versions. A few weeks ago we received the numbering 9.0. Of course, there is not the thing. The development team is already preparing the edition 9.1.
A minor release that, if not properly include massive developments, it will have some interesting features. As we have known through the official blog, there are emerging as some of the features that will be available.
The team has announced one of the features to be implemented in the next version, and that will come in the form of limitation. In this way, the system will limit the amount of available storage for free up to 5GB. If you want to make this change manually, you need to run on the user, on an individual basis. However, we also know that there will be an algorithm that will implement the changes automatically.
It might be a very striking, or even controversial change, but the truth is that it is nothing more than the implementation of a limitation that has been made effective in other cloud storage systems. The novelty will be included in ownCloud 9.1, which means that we still have to wait a few weeks. Until then, it is best to install maintenance updates, which help to maintain secure systems.