Today Etherdraw hit Version 2, major noticeable difference is that edits are now saved and visible on reload.
Collaborative drawings are now way faster, more reliable and it should be easier for future development.
It’s really cool how much my projects are now being maintained by other people and I’m really grateful for their efforts and time. At the same time I’m glad I chose open source
Have a play – remember to invite / join someone else and draw collaboratively, it’s a bit boring by yourself
Developers visit the git repo.
Intro and Etherpad status from Me.
Etherpad and MediaWiki from Mark Holmquist
Mozilla Etherpad and teampad work by Rob Helmer
Transforming Text by David Greenspan
Sketchpad by Ari Bader-Natal
New things in node.js 0.10 by Isaac Z. Schlueter (isaacs)
How Openwatch uses Etherpad by Rich Jones
Ethersheet by Cooper Quentin and Ted Young
Sharejs by Joseph Gentle
Etherpad-Lite history by Peter ‘Pita’ Martischka
- Collaborative drawing with Etherdraw
- Blender for 3D Printing
- Improving Blender Renders with Photography Techniques
- Etherpad USA Meetup 2013 videos
- 2013 Etherpad SF Meetup part 1 of 10 – intro and etherpad-lite status from John McLear – YouTube
- Real time chat updates in Etherpad
- Pad Stats in Etherpad
- Temporarily Stop others writing on a pad
- Collaborative Markdown editing and export in Etherpad
- Introducing Text alignment in Etherpad