Re: GOCollab, Peer-to-Peer collaborative document preperation.

I am planning on attending the Summit. I have not been able to help much
with a code but I have a fairly good idea of the landscape of Computer
Supported Collaborative work. So I would be more than happy to talk.

Here are some links for those who are interested: <- Most promising as they use
a sophisticated/research backed algorithm. (Search for inkboard)

My own sad attempt:

Research Paper:


On Fri, 2005-09-16 at 17:39 +1000, msevior physics unimelb edu au wrote:
Is anyone who is actively thinking about GOCollab (not necessarily
writing code ;) coming to Summit? I was just talking to Ben Mako Hill
(who is now at MIT Media Lab) and he was interested in talking with
anyone who will be in the neighborhood about a library for
collaboration, and we could certainly pencil in some thinking/talking
time if people will be there.

This sounds very intersting. Unfortunately, unless someone comes up with
around $2000 I can't make it to Boston :-(



On 5/14/05, msevior physics unimelb edu au
<msevior physics unimelb edu au> wrote:
Hi everyone,
            about 6 weeks ago Jeff Waugh contacted me and asked if we'd
thought about doing a collaboration feature. Dom, Marc, Jody and I put
heads together and I wrote up the document linked below. At the time I
thought there was a chance we (well me mostly) could do this
and surprise lots of people at GUADEC with this cool new feature.

It's absolutely clear now that this will not be an underground effort so
there is no point in being silent about it.

Here is the link to the document.

You will need AbiWord-2.2 in order to read this.

(AbiWord-2.2.7 is by far the best.)



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