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Other Topics => Ideas => Topic started by: justforkicks on September 26, 2008, 06:51:04 am

Title: Offline Usage
Post by: justforkicks on September 26, 2008, 06:51:04 am
Many users will want offline capability and we should plan for that. While we could always consider using Google Gears or any other frameworks, a simpler (and easier) way to accomplish this could be to use Nanoweb (http://nanoweb.si.kz/). Nanoweb is a tiny web server written in PHP. So we simple create a bundle of PHP, Nanoweb and OpenGoo (and maybe SQLite) and a users can run this entire system on the desktop. What say?
Title: Re: Offline Usage
Post by: conrado on September 26, 2008, 10:41:44 am
While I would love to see offline capabilities for OpenGoo soon, what concerns us the most right now is the completeness and robustness of the stack.

After that, we will have to decide future directions. Offline office is certainly desirable, but it competes against new feature requests in terms of time allocation. And I bet it is not an easy project.

Let's hope for the community to grow and gain hands to do this in concurrency.