[Owncloud] [ITC] WebODF
meumeu1402 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 1 10:40:51 UTC 2011
I also think that a native app like text editor is usefull
2011/12/1 Frank Karlitschek <karlitschek at kde.org>
> On 01.12.2011, at 11:09, Michiel de Jong wrote:
> > On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 4:23 PM, Thomas Müller <thomas.mueller at tmit.eu>
> > Hi,
> > I'd like to let you know, that I'll plan to develop an extension to the
> files app: WebODF.
> > With that creating/editing of ODF documents in the browser will be
> > Demo of WebODF:
> > http://webodf.org/demo/
> > Anybody else working on this topic.
> > yes! We are creating Libre Docs. It's based on etherpad-lite, the UNG
> project, and webodf. It is an unhosted web app, which means the data
> storage is not "inside" the website (on the application host), but
> "outside" (on the user's remote storage).
> > ownCloud supports remoteStorage (although i need to get round to
> upgrading it to the new spec), so with LibreDocs.org, launching in March
> 2012, you have like a Google Docs that stores its data on your ownCloud
> using cross-origin AJAX, right from your browser.
> > For more info see http://unhosted.org/ - we will start publishing news
> about Libre Docs on our mailing list, probably today or tomorrow. but since
> i saw this thread, i thought i would let you know already :)
> Sounds cool.
> I´m looking forward to hear more about that.
> But I still think that a "native" ownCloud App for editing ODF is also
> Frank Karlitschek
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