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8th
Jun 2018
Sebastian Silva
@icarito
Jun 08 2018 00:26
Found an email for Zygmunt I'll write him
Sebastian Silva
@icarito
Jun 08 2018 00:35
found another email
Luca Dorigo
@ldorigo
Jun 08 2018 06:28
@Sebastian Great! in case Zygmunt doesn't answer, as per Freenode policy it's possible to reclaim the channel for an official open source project - although it requires action on @Jermolene part, so let's first see if this Zygmunt reacts.
Luca Dorigo
@ldorigo
Jun 08 2018 06:34
I'll also register #tiddlywiki-dev and make a corresponding room on this chat, so you could bridge them too :smile:
Mmh, trying to "Add a Room" on this community redirects me to "Create Community", so I guess I don't have the necessary authorizations for that
Luca Dorigo
@ldorigo
Jun 08 2018 06:40
@telmiger_twitter That's awesome, I've been experimenting with decentralized web apps these days (I actually have an exam on that topic next tuesday), I hadn't heard about Zat before :)
BurningTreeC
@BurningTreeC
Jun 08 2018 08:18
@telmiger_twitter that's very cool, can this be used to collaborate on a wiki?
Luca Dorigo
@ldorigo
Jun 08 2018 08:43
Is there currently any way of doing a collaborative Wiki using TW?
possibly with a login system?
Mario Pietsch
@pmario
Jun 08 2018 09:11
About collaborative editing a TiddlyWiki I have high hopes about the DAT-project. https://datproject.org/
Especially interesting is: https://blog.datproject.org/2018/05/14/dat-shopping-list/ ....
The only probelm with DAT it is very early days atm.
Tinka
@TinkaPlugin
Jun 08 2018 11:58
I'm curious to see how the dat and ipfs projects will evolve, but honestly I'm also still waiting for someone to write a WebRTC syncer for TW. (@ldorigo The only way right now is with Bob or Tiddlyserver)
Luca Dorigo
@ldorigo
Jun 08 2018 12:14
@everyone For those interested more in the development aspect, you can join the freshly created https://gitter.im/TiddlyWiki/developers-and-geeks?utm_source=share-link&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=share-link :-)
@Tinka Bob?
Tinka
@TinkaPlugin
Jun 08 2018 12:20
@ldorigo Yea, Jed Carty's project that was formerly called "Multi-User-Wiki"
Can't find anything named bob
Tinka
@TinkaPlugin
Jun 08 2018 12:29
As far as I can tell, its this: https://github.com/OokTech/TW5-Bob
indeed
Tinka
@TinkaPlugin
Jun 08 2018 12:39
It seems to be fairly involved to get running though if one is uncomfortable with node
Luca Dorigo
@ldorigo
Jun 08 2018 12:40
And it doesn't seem to support authentication so it's not really usable
Tinka
@TinkaPlugin
Jun 08 2018 12:45
Depending on what you're after, it does support the normal TW authentication mechanism (via HTTP basic) and I guess you could always put a webserver in front like people have been doing with IIS or nginx under linux.
Luca Dorigo
@ldorigo
Jun 08 2018 13:07
I'm thinking to delve deep in the code base this summer and document it along the way, I wanted to put my notes/documentation on a collaborative TW so other people could comment/correct it
Tinka
@TinkaPlugin
Jun 08 2018 13:20
That sounds cool, but I'm not sure if there really is a way to make that work without you trusting the other editors not to mess things up
Luca Dorigo
@ldorigo
Jun 08 2018 14:00
I'm more afraid of a troll coming and deleting everything than of other editors messing things up
Tinka
@TinkaPlugin
Jun 08 2018 14:17
thats what I sort of meant, yes :D
BurningTreeC
@BurningTreeC
Jun 08 2018 16:42
@pmario
that's what https://dat-tiddlywiki.glitch.me/ is based on, right?
Thomas Elmiger
@telmiger_twitter
Jun 08 2018 18:29
@BurningTreeC Yes. https://dat-tiddlywiki.glitch.me/ is a multi user environment where everyone can watch and authorized browsers (?) can edit. There is like an individual key that must be copied to a list by an editor. I did just a short test. Edits in browser 1 were reflected in browser 2 almost instantly. Unauthorized users can edit their own copy but not save back to the source.
BurningTreeC
@BurningTreeC
Jun 08 2018 19:10
@telmiger_twitter Thank you, that sounds great!
Luca Dorigo
@ldorigo
Jun 08 2018 19:31
@telmiger_twitter That sounds awesome, maybe I'll use that for my documentation ! I'll try it out soon
Zak Storer
@zacts
Jun 08 2018 20:18
Isn't there a TiddlyWiki multiuser plugin?
I think it has a new name now?
(note: I've never used it)
Luca Dorigo
@ldorigo
Jun 08 2018 20:18
Scroll up ;)
Zak Storer
@zacts
Jun 08 2018 20:18
oh sorry :-P
I see