[clug] web-based collaborative document editing

Stephen Hodgman steve at namsys.com.au
Wed Mar 2 14:21:47 MST 2011

FengOffice (http://www.fengoffice.com) might be of interest.
It does this but is more than just collaborative document editing.
It supports documents and presentations natively (spreadsheets "soon"?)
plus uploaded documents.  They can be shared and locked for editing and
the environment is divided into "workspaces" with controlled user
access.  Depends on your requirements.
I have found it works quite well across browsers.
Steve Hodgman

On 2/03/2011 3:55 PM, Robert Edwards wrote:
> Anyone have any tips on upcoming (or even readily-available)
> collaborative web-based document editing programs ala Google Docs
> that can be run on an in-house webserver?
> Cheers,
> Bob Edwards (for a friend).

Stephen Hodgman
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