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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] [fossil-users] [OT] Who's interested in projec

From: Thomas Harding
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] [fossil-users] [OT] Who's interested in project management & collaboration tools? And...
Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2012 07:23:06 +0200
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[Miles forgottent to reply to list. I'm not alone!]

On 09/08/2012 23:23, Miles Fidelman wrote:
Thomas Harding wrote:
On 09/08/2012 22:17, Miles Fidelman wrote:
Thomas Harding wrote:

The "text editor" could be wsgi hosted (web) or standalone

editor is going to be embedded in the HTML+JavaScript documents

I'm afraid of size of such a "document" you describe here, especially for smartphones users (pay-per-megabytes, "fair use quota"+limited bandwidth above, etc)

Ahh... that's part of the design challenge. :-)

Goal is to keep everything dirt simple (and small):
- data elements: text, JSON, XML
- simple editor - minimal code to "insert new list item", drag and drop list items, edit fields - as far as possible leverage the form capabilities already built into browsers
- push/pull XML, in RSS/Atom formats

Definitely NOT trying to create a JavaScript version of Word :-)

who cares on iOS here ? a wsgi web host is enough for that piece of shit.

well... purpose is to support large scale collaboration - and an awful lot of folks carry iPhones and iPads

a particular audience for this is crisis response and other large scale applications where connectivity can be sketchy - so the intent is to support largely disconnected operations - all storage and intelligence at the endpoints, embedded in the "smart documents" - with servers only providing connectivity and in-transit storage (plus backup, directory services, and such - though for "purity" goal is ultimately to push this into distributed hash table mechanisms)

Maybe a "user-preference intelligent javascript file" you describe above, sent by mail each time needed on user will to turn on/off "intelligent embedded javascript", together used with a "dedicated "intellgnence embedded" mail/nntp/whatever client would decrease traffic. (checkboxes : I'm away + downtime since /date/, send me the "diffs", i use /dedicated client/ -or- standard mail (js capable) -or- web, ...)

Good idea!  Thanks!

BTW, there is a project formerly named "Milimail" by French Forces, publicly available, mainly built on XUL Firebird plugins

I don't know how the ACP127 plugin is distributed (some parts are outsourced to military IT industry), but it could be a good start of point if publicly available :)


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