[thelist] collaboration software

Chris Evans chris at fuseware.com
Wed May 16 13:09:42 CDT 2001

I was under the impression that Groove is peer-to-peer?

 From Groove.net:

"The Groove client and platform reside securely on the individual's PC, not
on a Web site or server, giving users control over how, when and with whom
they interact."

Chris Evans
chris at fuseware.com

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[mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org]On Behalf Of John Corry
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Subject: [thelist] collaboration software

I'm involved with a group of designers/programmers/artists. We work, learn
and play together online. While there are plenty of excellent tools for
achieving this, we haven't really found a suitable 'unified environment'...

Like, something that blends the best features of Outlook, ICQ, FTP and Quake

Groove (http://www.groove.net) is pretty cool, but since it's ASP based,
they have hosting control, we'd like something that we could host ourselves
(on a Win2K server)

Anybody know of anything like that?

John Corry

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