USBSink was a GNOME program for automatic file synchronization with removable drives. A user could create file synchronization tasks to run whenever an external USB drive would be attached to the computer. The program would then watch the subscribed files and directories for changes and copy them to or from the removable drive.
My goal was to create a simple program that would execute one-way file synchronization. Once I have reached that goal I have soon lost interest in adding more features, even though I listed some further plans on the project website. It was basically a student project that helped me learn a lot about programming on Linux. I wrote it in C++.
Last version was 0.3.3, released on September 4, 2007 and licensed under the GPL version 2.
The project is still hosted on SourceForge: usbsink.sourceforge.net.
USBSink is among my past work.