I have multiple computers and a Dropbox account, but I don't want to use Dropbox's proprietary client program.
I have rclone remotes set up though, and they've been working well enough, but I don't like mentally juggling which of my computers have the latest files, and rclone only has 1-way sync available.
I'm looking to set up an automatic 2-way sync between my devices and this cloud storage location using only FOSS tools available through my apt package manager. While rclone is my bread and butter for syncing the files, I this question may be a fundamentally algorithmic problem akin to how TCP builds a reliable transport protocol on top of a fundamentally unreliable one.
The short question is "Is there GNU / Linux compatible FOSS software capable of performing automatic 2-way sync between my devices and a Dropbox remote?". If that doesn't exist, then the question becomes "How can two computers perform 2-way storage synchronization if given a tool that can query file metadata and perform 1-way sync in a chosen direction?".