Writing to read(me)
Etherpad is ...
Etherdump is ...
- a collaborative document writing tool in real time. There is an Etherpad API which means you can do many wonderful things: http://etherpad.org/doc/v1.3.0/#index_http_api
- great for writing documentation or taking notes collaboratively.
- It stores the notes in the database, it stores every edit in a mysql database.
Etherbox is ...
- a packet sniffer which allows us to dump raw ethernet frames for parsing. you can check the whole etherpad collections over here: http://192.168.73.188/etherdump/
- what is tangibly left of Relearn at the end of the week (see 2014 http://relearn.be/2014/etherpad_archive/ ). Etherdump is built my Michael Murthaugh.
- Etherdump saves the text, not a database of edits.
- Author Id is linked to the diffhtml
Etherpad is the core of google docs https://techcrunch.com/2008/11/19/etherpad-shows-google-docs-how-its-done/
- a concoction that we've first seen being used by Michael Murtaugh consisting of a Raspberry Pi and a router to make etherpad portable.
Do you know how / where to install plugins for etherpad?
From Roel, during the original network setup:
Etherpad is still very bare bones. It is run as user etherpad and the
files are in /home/etherpad/etherpad-lite/ . There there is a
settings.json you might want to look at. It might be nice to install
additional plugins, such as the one that allows you to link to other
pads using just the [[padname]]. It stores all the data in an sqlite
file, see the settings.json.
Make a new pad: