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Participad

Tue, 10/30/2012 - 16:04 -- rprice

Participad is a WordPress plugin that allows multiple people to edit the same WP content at the same time. Powered by Etherpad Lite, Participad gives you:

Notepads, for collaborative notetaking
Synchronous authoring of any content in the WordPress Dashboard
Front-end editing

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Participad

Tue, 10/30/2012 - 16:04 -- rprice

Participad is a WordPress plugin that allows multiple people to edit the same WP content at the same time. Powered by Etherpad Lite, Participad gives you:

Notepads, for collaborative notetaking
Synchronous authoring of any content in the WordPress Dashboard
Front-end editing

real_time
editor
plugins
etherpad
collaboration
Wordpress

Pita/etherpad-lite - GitHub

Wed, 12/28/2011 - 13:10 -- rprice

Etherpad lite is a really-real time collaborative editor spawned from the Hell fire of Etherpad. We're reusing the well tested Etherpad easysync library to make it really realtime. Etherpad Lite is based on node.js ergo is much lighter and more stable than the original Etherpad. Our hope is that this will encourage more users to use and install a realtime collaborative editor. A smaller, manageable and well documented codebase makes it easier for developers to improve the code and contribute towards the project.

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Setting up your own Etherpad site... in short, you don't have to

Fri, 04/08/2011 - 18:50 -- rprice

Some time ago, I heard about a company that was acquired by Google that had created some software called EtherPad. If you ask me, this is how Google Wave or Google Docs should have been done. You can see the updates in real-time, everyone's changes are tracked, you can save revisions, you can chat with other collaborators, and it even uses wiki-style red links, so that when you click on a link to a page that doesn't exist, a new one gets created. It's all the best things about wikis, documents and IRC.

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BarCamp can be a lot more in Orlando

Fri, 04/01/2011 - 21:19 -- rprice

This is something I have been trying to articulate since the first BarCamp Orlando almost 4 years ago. The whole idea behind FooCamp and its bastard offspring BarCamp was to use Open Space Technology to create order in chaos. Our events have had both order and chaos, but the order is not ordered toward much of anything productive. Some people have started new events to achieve this: I think our BarCamp can be better on its own, but these other purposeful events wouldn't be bad either.

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