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Comment: Not just HTML-ized docs (Score 1) 1

by uwog (#29891791) Attached to: AbiCollab takes on Google Docs and Zoho Writer
Actually, you can create permalinks to a document in any format you like, such as PDF, .docx, .odf, rtf, html, or other formats. As soon as you make an edit, all permalinks will be automatically be updated with the latest document contents, thus removing the need to "export" in a particular format yourself.
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+ - AbiCollab takes on Google Docs and Zoho Writer 1

Submitted by msevior
msevior (145103) writes "Just released today, the Free Software AbiWord Word Processor, employed by the One Laptop Per Child project, tightly integrates with the new http://abicollab.net website to enable easy real-time collaborative editing of documents. The http://abicollab.net website also enables documents to be stored online, allows format conversion on the fly, stores the history of the docs in svn, provides direct links to HTML-ized docs that update as you save them and allows easy sharing of docs amongst friends and groups.

All in all, new competition for Google Docs and Zoho Writer but one that employs a real Word Processor rather than an app in a browser."

+ - AbiWord 2.8 and AbiCollab.net released->

Submitted by uwog
uwog (707498) writes "The AbiSource community has released version 2.8 of the well-known AbiWord word processor. In addition to support for annotations (comments) and native SVGs, it comes with powerful, real-time collaboration capabilities that were originally developed for the One Laptop Per Child project. With this release, users can now collaborate with multiple people on the same document at the same time, using all of the rich-text features that AbiWord brings to the table. These features are tightly integrated with a new online web service called AbiCollab.net, which lets you store documents online, allows easy document sharing with your friends, and performs format conversions on the fly."
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