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A couple of weeks ago OwnCloud 3 was released:

"The Internet ? January 27, 2012 ? ownCloud, the popular open source
file, sync and share project announced today improvements to
functionality and stability which will enable users to get more than
ever out of their privately-hosted and owned file-sharing cloud.

Released today and available for download now, ownCloud Version 3
enables users to share files and folders with others from their
privately controlled infrastructure. Major new features in this release
include the introduction of an application store which allows users to
take advantage of the extensibility of owncloud; and the ability to
directly edit text files from a browser. ownCloud is the only technology
to offer such functionality, made possible because of its open and
modular nature."

This bit caught my attention, specially the last sentence:

"ownCloud Version 3 gives users the unique ability to access and edit
documents in multiple ways. Users can access files directly if ownCloud
is mounted via WebDAV, access them offline if the file is synced locally
the upcoming syncing client, or access and edit files directly from within
a browser with the new text editor.

The browser based text editor supports 35 programming languages for syntax
highlighting, drag and drop text, automatic indent and
outdent, unstructured / user code folding and live syntax checker (for
JavaScript, Coffee and CSS). The editor is based on the ACE
JavaScript Editor. The editor supports basic text fles. Editing more
advanced formats like doc(x) and ODT is planned for future releases."


Fabián Rodríguez

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