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            Co-write Etherpads
and they are transformed 2
               

hypermedia documents


Author all sorts of web documents, or use as a collaborative content management system for wiki-like sites. E2h auto-generates HTMLs by transforming and styling Etherpads.

Last updated: February 14th 2022

    2014-10-xx first version, hacked @ TechInc, Amsterdam
    2015-10-30 readying for release
    2016-01-29 added CSS support
    2016-10-07 feature additions
    2017-04-19 more feature additions
    2018-03-21 moved to new pad server
    2018-07-30
    2019-03-26
    2020-05-01
    2021-02-16
    2022-02-13 — towards merge with 🔗ethering



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MAIN FEATURES

    * Collaborative & realtime website authoring

    * Simple internal links (Wiki-like), and cross-instance links:
        🔗E2H#Deployment

    * Insert images:
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/48/GraphvizLogo.png

    * Auto-generated Table of Contents

    * Responsive design (portrait / landscape modes & composable layout)

    * Collaborative theming (via pad-editable CSS files)

    * Hyperlinks-on-text, like this, or image https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/48/GraphvizLogo.png

    * Powerful text-to-graph capability

    * Transclusion (inclusion of pages, or their parts, by reference)

    * Support for Pods:
        * simple addressing of content on other instances (E2h, Mediawiki, ...)
        * seamless mirroring of content (including offline!)
        * latent addressing of resources, accessible depending on user's personal pod resolution list
    * Emoji support 😸🤠🧜‍♀️🧶🧠

    * Deploy to own web domain
(with customizable URL paths)
    (with Apache mod_rewrite)

    * Collaborative slideshow presentations (multi-media, multi-screen)

    * SSL (with Let’s Encrypt)

    * Optional advanced analytics (with Matomo)

    * Collaborative annotation (with Hypothes.is)



    * Etc!
    * Multi-screen projections
    * Master-key (by levels) access control system
    * Text→programmable lighting control




HOW TO USE / DEPLOY

There are several options, depending on your needs.


    #1: Use the pad.land instance

pad.land !

Available on a fair-sharing agreement for smaller sites/projects,
or full-scale for allied collectives.
→ Contact info@pad.land.


    #2: Your own fully hosted version

    * custom domain name!
    * regular & reliable technical support!
    * also available:
        * work sessions teaching effective-use!
        * development of special features to specification!
        * editorial & content maximizing support

→ Contact coop@totalism.org to host your (public or internal) collaborative project.

Future development / Todos
See 🔗e2h-todo !
Directions:
    * hypertheory, see 🔗text and 🔗hyperreader
    * Ted Nelson's view of the web, see Wikipedia🔗Project_Xanadu
    * also see 🔗workflow, for developments to cover the CHT Hackbase's case
    * [...]

    #3: Use own Etherpad, with totalism.org's E2h

Available for single-page sites, or allied collectives on a fair-sharing agreement.
E2H works with all modern Etherpad instances. You can use the totalism.org E2h proxy together with any Etherpad instance, as long as it is whitelisted.

Usage:
    https://e2h.totalism.org/e2h.php?link=YOUR_PAD_URL
    'link' = pad URL (part after "https://")

Example:
    → Source pad
    ← E2H transformed

→ Contact info@totalism.org :
    Need to whitelist your project's Etherpad server?
    Having problems using it with a specific pad?
    Want help to make it look better?



    #4: Fully self-hosted

If you're interested in obtaining the source code & setup instructions,
and would like to offer a significant contribution to help support the development,
→ Contact coop@totalism.org





USER MANUAL

See → 🔗ethering 







EXAMPLES

* totalism.org pod:
    * whole of https://totalism.org
    * ( including this webpage )
    * systematics like 🔗alike, ...
    * graphs like 🔗graph-index, ...
    * also see 🔗puzzles, ...
    * hosting files: here

* ... transforming pads from other Etherpad pods (and with custom styling):
    * blue-narchy, via framapad.org
    * *globalista*radio*kit*, via pads.ccc.de

* ... ooooo.be own instance: 
    * http://www.ooooo.be/etherhtml/e2h.php?_=techotsukumogami
    * http://www.ooooo.be/etherhtml/e2h.php?link=annuel2.framapad.org/p/blue-narchy

* thelastmeeting.net
    A hosted version of E2H supported realtime collaboration of 15 artistic researchers, over a week-long intensive exchange.
    see → thelastmeeting.net

* internal CHT instance:
    CHT🔗CHT ( accessible only with the right routing keys )





Support the development

    * Comission to set up your own custom instance
    * 🔗donate to the hackbase
    * Join the 🔗coop

Developed 2015-2022 by david@totalism.org.

→ Contact (coop@totalism.org) for support.
Acknowledgements
Etherpad, CSS, PHP, Graphviz
The Etherpad logos by Marcel Klehr are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.