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[liberationtech] secure text collaboration platforms

Andrew Mallis ows at ideograph.ca
Wed Oct 3 16:27:48 PDT 2012


we were able to instantiate our own https etherpad lite service at:
https://notes.occupy.net
though we've had some trial and error, including data loss on the pads themselves. It can be tricky.

Self-signed cert is being used on the domain; some services are being relocated of the the next week or tow)

code: https://github.com/occupynet/etherpad-lite

The rise-up service is good.

Andrew Mallis
#ows Tech Ops | FGA | Occupy Directory

On Oct 3, 2012, at 11:47 AM, André Rebentisch wrote:

> Am 03.10.2012 17:28, schrieb Griffin Boyce:
>> If you're looking to use it all the time (eg with your class, group,
>> organization), then it might be worthwhile to host your own [1].
> I advise against it. While many groups started to do that only few
> services are left operational. Most servers went down to their knews.
> The minimum is a dedicated server. Resilience of these early adopters
> was generally very low.
> 
> A neutrally branded and reliable service is titanpad.com. Pro accounts
> are a must for use by groups) but most installations do not enable them
> by default.
> 
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