Anybody try google-docs-fs?

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http://forums.fedoraforum.org – For those that don't now, Google-Docs-fs is a tool that allows you to access your Google Docs like a directory and thus be able to modify your Google Docs with a local Office application. From the project's page: Quote: This project aims to allow you to connect to Google Docs and treat it as a file system. Combine the portability of Google Docs with the flexibility and power of using the office suite of your choice. This will allow you to mount your Google Docs account as you would a normal filesystem. You will then be able to use it as if it were a file system on your hard disk, with all operations being transmitted seamlessly to Google Docs. Written in Python using the FUSE API, this tool should be portable across all systems that have a FUSE implementation (including Linux, Mac OSX, and FreeBSD). System Requirements All Systems Python >= 2.5 fuse-python >= 0.2 gdata-python >= 1.3.0 Linux/FreeBSD Fuse - Comes with most Linux distributions. Can be installed on FreeBSD through Ports. Mac OSX MacFUSE >= 2.0.3 pkg-config >= 0.23 I'm curious about it, and am probably going to give it a try on my Fedora 12 KDE installation, but was curious if anybody else has any experience (good or bad) with this? (HowTos)