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SynchroEdit

SynchroEdit is a browser-based document editor for use by multiple users simultaneously. It is a form of same-time, different-place groupware. It allows multiple users to edit a single web-based document at the same time, and it continuously synchronizes all changes so that users always have the same version.

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  •  14 Dec 2006 14:35

    Release Notes: This is the "halfway there" release, which includes a more standardized codebase, administration, and improved interoperability (ESPI and response service).

    •  07 Dec 2006 15:08

      Release Notes: Beyond a number of bugfixes and clean-ups, the codebase was standardized, and now includes files for generating deb archives. Administrative actions were implemented (such as kick, ban, and promote/demote moderator). ESPI was expanded to include several new hooks ("may-cancel" and "save-document"). Node-locking now expires after 5 seconds. This is a pre-release of the upcoming SynchroEdit 0.5.

      •  20 Sep 2006 17:03

        Release Notes: This release focuses on extendability, with the new External Service POST Interface (ESPI) and GUI beautification. Mostly, this is the tested version of the 0.4.5 development release.

        •  29 Aug 2006 08:21

          Release Notes: The client layout was completely revamped. Node-locking was added along with "joins/leaves" messages in the chat pane for users and a scroll-user-into-view feature.

          •  18 Aug 2006 12:51

            Release Notes: A lot of the fundamental bugs have been fixed, and things are generally more stable. The formatting-block-hack has been ripped out again, as it was too buggy. On-demand emailing has been added, though it requires a customized script that can handle the editor content in a POST (just like "executeUponTermination" does it now). shutdown-upon-inactivity has been implemented, the chat pane now resolves URLs into clickables, user colors are now sanity checked, the debug pane now scrolls naturally, and a default stylesheet for the editor pane itself has been added, to allow customizations.

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