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At http://titanpad.debian.net an instance of [[http://titanpad.com|titanpad]], a real-time web-based collaborative editor, is available for Debian usage. It's hosting is kindly offered by the Titanpad folks. At http://titanpad.debian.net is available an instance of [[http://titanpad.com|titanpad]], a real-time web-based collaborative editor, for Debian usage. It's hosting is kindly offered by the Titanpad folks.
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 * once you've created a new pad, just share its URL with collaborators; note that '''all new pads are secured''' by default, so only people with an account will be able to access
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to '''enable public collaborative editing''' go in your pad and choose `Security > Pad Access > Public`
 * once you've created a new pad, just share its URL with collaborators
 * note that ''all new pads are secured by default'', so only people with an account will be able to access them
;<<BR>> to '''enable public collaborative editing''' go in your pad and choose `Security > Pad Access > Public`

titanpad.debian.net

At http://titanpad.debian.net is available an instance of titanpad, a real-time web-based collaborative editor, for Debian usage. It's hosting is kindly offered by the Titanpad folks.

Instructions

Access is restricted by default, as that is a rule of titanpad sub-domain hosting; for non-restricted public access you can use http://titanpad.com directly.

  • to create a new pad you need to login using a shared account available to all DDs

  • account data are stored on /home/debian/misc/titanpad-password on master.debian.org

  • once you've created a new pad, just share its URL with collaborators
  • note that all new pads are secured by default, so only people with an account will be able to access them;
    to enable public collaborative editing go in your pad and choose Security > Pad Access > Public

Contact information

The current admins of TitanpadDebianNet are:

feel free to contact them for problems (or to volunteer as another admin!)