Is Etherpad private?
Etherpad is a tool for public collaboration. By default all pads are open to general users of the Internet. As such, it is not advisable to use this tool for information that you do not want to be in the public domain.
What is Etherpad used for?
Etherpad is a simple to use, “multiplayer” text editor which supports synchronous document editing and collaboration. It is an open-source project, and when hosted in Canada complies with FIPPA.
Do I need to download Etherpad?
You don’t need to set up a server and install Etherpad in order to use it. Just pick one of the publicly available instances that friendly people from everywhere around the world have set up.
Who is the developer of Etherpad?
Etherpad was launched on November 19, 2008 by David Greenspan, Aaron Iba, and J.D. Zamfirescu (the latter two being former Google employees). They were later joined by former Googler Daniel Clemens and designer David Cole. The original website was etherpad.com .
What is Etherpad address?
Now you should able to browse the web interface of Etherpad Lite at http://localhost:9001 or http://your-ip-address:9001 in a web browser.
How do I get Etherpad?
Manually install on Windows Grab the source, either: download https://github.com/ether/etherpad-lite/zipball/master. or git clone –branch master https://github.com/ether/etherpad-lite.git. Now, run start.
How do I install Etherpad on Windows 10?
Install Etherpad and run it.
- Go to C:\
- Clone the repository master branch.
- Go to C:\etherpad-lite.
- Run the installation script ( bin\installOnWindows.bat )
- Run start.bat.
How do I set up Etherpad?
When you have the prerequisites in place, continue to Step 1, where we’ll download and configure the Etherpad application.
- Step 1 — Downloading and Configuring Etherpad.
- Step 2 — Creating a Systemd Service for Etherpad.
- Step 3 — Installing and Configuring Nginx.
- Step 4 — Installing Certbot and Setting Up SSL Certificates.