links

Experimental content sharing and collaboration platform.

links

Experimental content sharing and collaboration platform.

  • Anonymous
  • No UI elements

New: Hosted version at pad.sh

$ links --footer="by <a href=http://juliangruber.com/>Julian Gruber</a>"

You start writing and get a public link. You send that link to someone and they see your content. As soon as they start editing themselves they get their own link which they can share again.

As long as you keep your tab open you can edit without getting a new link.

You need at least node 0.11.0 to run this.

For production:

$ sudo npm install -g links
$ cd dir/to/put/the/db/in
$ links

For development:

$ git clone git@github.com:juliangruber/links.git && cd links
$ npm install
$ sudo npm link
$ links
  • --port, -p The port to run on
  • --footer Footer html to display
  • --db The path to the db, or hostname:port address to the multilevel server to connect to
  • setup public instance
  • add saving indicator
  • evaluate storage mechanisms for the token

Using koa for http, leveldb for the database and component for client side javascript.

MIT.