Monday, December 11, 2006

Socialtext Introducing Wiki Software That Lets You Work Offline - News by InformationWeek

Apparently nothing like Notes or Groove in terms of conflict detection and resolution, however. 

Socialtext Unplugged, developed in conjunction with U.K. software developer Osmosoft Ltd., aims to serve the occasionally disconnected. "It breaks a lot of people's assumptions about what a Web application can be," says Jeremy Ruston, the creator of TiddlyWiki and founder of Osmosoft. "It's a Web application that doesn't use a service."

Like the TiddlyWiki software on which it's based, Socialtext Unplugged relies on Javascript to make the Web pages into self-contained applications. "It merges the document paradigm with the Web paradigm of computing," Ruston explains.

Source: Socialtext Introducing Wiki Software That Lets You Work Offline - News by InformationWeek

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