[Osmf-talk] Phasing out Google services

Oleksiy Muzalyev oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch
Thu Sep 19 17:18:06 UTC 2013

I tried this version of "Etherpad" https://etherpad.mozilla.org/

Character encoding is UTF-8, so it supports accented letters and
non-latin alphabets, what could be important for an international
project, especially for postal addresses.

A document could be password protected. It allows team editing, color
marking, time line, edit history (who edit what and when), invitations,
export to OpenOffice document and PDF, etc.

Really cool; I've never heard about this software.

The source code and installation instructions are at the "Etherpad
Foundation": http://etherpad.org/

It seems not that complicated to install.


On 19.09.2013 16:53, Peter Barth wrote:

> For the word processing part I'm simply using etherpad. Either via 
> http://openetherpad.org/ or https://www.piratenpad.de/ or via my own
> setup. 

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