^ I would definitely echo @johnyma22 on that, Etherpad is a fantastic tool and the community is great.
Related, I’m actually working on a project that utilizes Etherpad.
The intention is creating a collaboration workflow/tool to serve local community projects — particularly those which involve numerous stakeholders and a high level of coordination.
Here’s a demo, and here’s the repo
The vision is essentially:
People can select their neighborhood and create projects in their neighborhood
That creates a record in the database for the project, which enables others to find it, as well as a public collaboration space for the project (in the form of a unique Etherpad) — giving all the interested stakeholders a digital, collaborative place to work together and take the action forward
I currently have an Etherpad instance running, so the main areas I’m looking for help are:
If that sounds interesting @lb0, I’d love to work with you! (My background is more UX/design and HTML/CSS/JS, and I’m running into some obstacles with NodeJS)