Richard Gaskin ambassador at
Tue Feb 4 13:45:03 EST 2020

Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami wrote:
> "Can you save"
> To which you supplied a lengthy answer, thank you.
> I have a real use case:
> I looked at all the collaborative "white boards" on the market. There are 10 that only have free version that allows a limit number of people participating. All too complicationed and unnecessarily over-engineered from what we want to do. Other design environment require a skill level, learning curve/price that is too steep.
> simply: create a design environment that people can easily add thing to a rect (414w x 726 tall) that represent a stack.
> EG of how it would be used.
>   1.  Say we  get 5 people on SKYPE and they all open the "design" … they add a simple control (image, fld, graphic rect) and save it
>   2.  It would have to be save an SVG to the server OR its saves a stack to the server
>   3.  everyone refresh their broswer. It get the svg from the server OR it get the stack from the server. and displays it.
> Could be done asynchronistically, user work alone. Someone loads with page, it fetches the stack.
> I know it see link we are inventing the wheel once again, but all the players out there over complicated the "thing"
> It would act like a "white board wiki for LC Design"

Soooo much easier to make apps like that downloaded and run by a 
standalone than in the confines of a browser....

  Richard Gaskin
  Fourth World Systems
  Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
  Ambassador at      

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