Friday, December 11, 2009

Google EtherPad

EtherPad, Word processor in real time by the company Google acquired late last week, during the coming months should be alive as open source software instead of being extinguished. In announcing the purchase of the company AppJet, behind EtherPad, Google's leaders have decided to stop all the Web hosted versions of applications by the end of March next year. However, due to the great disapproval of the former EtherPad a user, Google has rejected the original plan and decided to publish EtherPad software as open source, and thus continue to live and be accessible to current and future customers.

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