If you’re a user of the Lima Cloud Syncing platform, well, you’re not for much longer.
Lima was a platform that did what other cloud syncing platforms did, except with a goal of respecting your privacy. Which you have to pay for.
In a letter from the CEO they cite funding issues as the cause. It’s hard to get people to pay for a service these days that Google is giving away for free (as far as the user is concerned).
The Lima appears to have been a device, and what’s going away is the internet servers which allowed you to talk to said device from anywhere. Seems with under 100k users this really would have been manageable with a $5 a month hosting plan, but that probably falls under their no compromises mission statement.