Is there any effort or discussion yet about collaborative use of libreoffice applications?
Marco Marinello - Mailing lists
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Mon Dec 14 19:46:06 UTC 2020
don't worry. Marc really got a point but probably Tor believes you're
Collabora products :-).
There is *official* documentation about how to build, configure and run
LibreOffice Online here:
LibreOffice Online is substantially an in-browser wrapper of the core of
LibreOffice so that you have the same stability/capabilities that you
have in the desktop version, online. Collaborative editing is supported
and pretty well-working.
You can integrate it into your application using the WOPI protocol.
Feel free to ask in the ML if you have any problem compiling or running
Il 13/12/20 13:56, Stu ha scritto:
> Well, I wasn't trying to start a flamewar or a drama episode or
> anything. I didn't know collabawhatever was a thing.
> but a) it looks like a commercial product? b) it sounds like they just
> run libreoffice on a web server and project the instance to whoever's
> on that webpage. c) somebody has to supply the 'cloud' that it runs on.
> I'm a big fan of fat clients. ms word and libre office will always be
> superior to google docs (in my opinion only obviously) because it runs
> locally on my machine. What I was getting at was a way to make a fat
> client collaborative.
> But if there's no interest, I'll drop it.
> Thanks for the info.
> On Sat, Dec 12, 2020 at 9:07 AM Marc Roos <M.Roos at f1-outsourcing.eu
> <mailto:M.Roos at f1-outsourcing.eu>> wrote:
> :) No but is really a question. I want to try a bit this libre office
> online and I am not even able to get a simple test environment
> that creates a odt file that I can edit from multiple clients.
> Even the manual of libre online online ~50% writing about other
> -----Original Message-----
> Cc: nixo; libreoffice
> Subject: Re: Is there any effort or discussion yet about
> use of libreoffice applications?
> Why do people send collabra office stuff on a libre office
> list???? The question is clearly about libre office.
> Oh sorry then. I will now go back in the corner to enjoy my popcorn.
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