We’re delaying the launch of #Etherpad Lite v1 until the 22nd of August! If you have any posts/tweets scheduled please adjust accordingly! Thanks.
This chrome extension supports Etherpad Full v1.1, it does not currently support Etherpad Lite however we hope to see that functionality soon!
Michael has written a superb blog post on how to debug Etherpad Lite. If you do need to debug Etherpad, Etherpad lite might be your best option as it has a more simple, easy to understand architecture and now thanks to Michael, better documentation!
We are looking for new talent to get involved with the Etherpad foundation. We have a pretty exciting few months ahead of us as we plan to launch the next evolution of the Etherpad software.
Why get involved with the Etherpad foundation?
Collaborative editing gives everyone an equal say, this makes the world a fairer place. Our goal is to make collaborative editing the defacto standard for web content editing. We aim to do this through building a community built around a completely open piece of software.
Have a look at our getting involved page for details.
German police have confiscated the popular Etherpad deployment at Piratenpad. The Etherpad deployment was being used for structured debates around the protests in Spain so this is a major cause for concern from a libertarian perspective. We believe the polices main reason for the raid is because PiratenPad was being used by the group “anonymous” to organize an attack. The server is currently in possesion of the German authorities.
We entirely support PiratenPad in it’s struggle, we believe that Etherpad deployments and really-real time collaborative document editing should be a right for all people, great and small.
The main cause for concern is that all Etherpad deployments are used by various groups completely openly so we can assume that all German Etherpad deployments are now at potential risk of being impounded by the police. Please be vigilant and help support your Etherpad deployments as they are used every day to draft new laws in countries such as Lybia and Tunisia.