Didier Roche didrocks at
Wed Jun 9 13:05:31 BST 2010

On mer., 2010-06-09 at 11:52 +0100, Matt Zimmerman wrote:
> This seems like a potentially useful tool for the Ubuntu community,
> especially at UDS time.  It's a bit more Google Docs than Gobby, being
> browser-based, but is free software and seems worth exploring as an
> alternative.  Has anyone tried it?  What was your experience?
> There are some public installations already available which you can
> experiment with.
> -- 
>  - mdz

We use it to prepare our ubuntu-party in the French loco team. We have a
local installation.

Well, we don't have the same load than UDS can have (something like at
most 15 people browsing and 3-4 people writing at the same time), but it
fits our needs as Gobby/sobby did when we use it.

It's just easier to create a document and paste the link for people to
jump in (no need to setup Gobby to point to the server, browse all
document lists).

It doesn't seem to allow browsing all documents, so if you lost the
link… That's the only bad thing I can immediate think of about it.
Otherwise, it's pretty awesome: gettin snapshot, going back in time and
so on… :)


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