Loomio
Sun 29 Apr 2018 8:49PM

Next meeting: Sunday, May 6, 05:00 UTC

BB Brent Barker Public Seen by 315

Our next meeting is May 6 at 05:00 UTC. We will meet on Zoom.

Link to Google Calendar Event, including details on how to join: https://www.google.com/calendar/event?eid=NDl0YzRqOGh2NTB2bHNzZzI0bWVlOGMwbGQgYTV2bm1laDBvbGtpaWUwN3Y3ZzY0bHFlcThAZw&ctz=UTC

Folder with our documents, including meeting notes:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1rc7Ksf_dWqU3xzGXpM3CweMXEmq_9Ucu

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Dieudonné Sun 29 Apr 2018 9:39PM

Thank you Brent : )
To keep the door open to open-source solutions, I just tested a plain copy-paste from the page you created on google-doc to this page :
* https://nvc.miraheze.org/wiki/PreVH_Weave_Handbook

The only trick was to switch from the default tab when you create page to the one that allows you have the comfort of the Visual Editor.

I might appear as a bit rigid about the open-source aspects. Sorry about that. As I told you, it's mainly because when we deal with theses softwares I find much more energy and joy to contribute than when it's with other softwares.

For thoses who don't know what I'm talking about, I'd suggest having a look at theses explanations :
* https://degooglisons-internet.org/?l=en

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Brent Barker Sun 29 Apr 2018 9:46PM

Nice! I like it. I am in favor of having the primary document repository be a wiki. Then we would just need to use an additional software for collaborative real-time editing. I recall that you shared a program for doing that. I forget if it works on Linux, but I bet it does (I use Ubuntu Linux).

I appreciate holding strong to using free software (free as in freedom). This kind of software can easily embody the needs-centric economy that I so yearn for, so I think it's worth it to use.

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Dieudonné Sun 29 Apr 2018 9:59PM

Cool : )
About the "additional software for collaborative real-time editing", the one I found is, like many others, on this page :
* https://degooglisons-internet.org/alternative?l=en

Actually, I contributed to a crowd-founding to develop Framapad, based on (Etherpad).