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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Free-software groupware strategies lab

From: Dmitry Alexandrov
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Free-software groupware strategies lab
Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2019 06:14:38 +0300
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Jim Garrett <> wrote:
> First, "groupware" certainly is a buzzword and using it may help and/or
> hurt understanding.  I'm looking for several key features, at least
> initially:
> 1. Event management (create invitations, allow people to forward them
>    to others, people can accept or decline, we can see who has
>    confirmed, we can send reminders).
> 2. Have an associated event page on the web.
> 3. Online storage for a group to access files.
> 4. Collaborate text editing, and maybe spreadsheet editing as well.
> 5. Voice communications software
> 6. Webcasting (showing a computer desktop to multiple people online,
>    simultaneously with audio and perhaps video)

Take a look at  It advertises itself as a software suite for 
educational institutions, and indeed is used widely by them, though nothing 
prevents to adapt it to usage in a broader context.

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