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README.md

The New Hackfoldr

Organize gdoc and hackpad documents for project.

Why?

We need a way to organize many dynamic documents for every projects.

The shared folder feature in Google Docs comes very close to what we want, but as every document is opened in edit mode, it soon becomes unusable. It is also impossible to sort the items and we had to use numeric prefix to achieve that.

Hackpad collections are great too, but we also want to include spreadsheets as one of the item types.

So we build this small single-page static web application, that reads a list of url from an EtherCalc spreadsheet, rendering it in a way similar to a google docs folder. If the document supports read-only mode, we use that by default when it is opened by the user, and provide an additional edit link.

Supported document types

  • Google Docs
  • Google Spreadsheets
  • Google Prensetation
  • Google Drawing
  • Hackpad
  • EtherCalc
  • Links

Sample folder

http://folder.moztw.org/hackfolder_template

Hosting your own Hackfoldr

Please follow the toturial to set up your own hackfoldr 2.0 instance

Development

devDependency Status

  • development on master branch
  • deploy on gh-pages branch (It would auto deploy via travis-ci. You only commit on master branch and push.) ^^^ temporary broken ^^^

Developing with Gulp.js

  • pre-dev:
    • install: node
    • npm i
  • devlopment:
    • npm start
    • open http://localhost:3000/ to see the result. You can use http://localhost:3000/hackfolder_template to development.

License

CC0 1.0 Universal

http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0

To the extent possible under law, the original author Chia-liang Kao has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to hackfoldr.

Thanks to all contributors for Hackfoldr and Hackfoldr 2.0

This work is published from Taiwan.