September has been our best month ever for premium subscriptions on http://CryptPad.fr! We've received 965 Euros so far. It's silly, but our accountant would love to have a nice number. One more team subscription would put us over 1000!
CryptPad v.3.2.0 (Chilihueque) is now available on GitHub (https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.2.0)
Chilihueque lays some important groundwork that we'll use to introduce teams in our next release (in addition to some smaller bug fixes and optimizations).
Try it on http://CryptPad.fr
CryptPad v3.1.0 (Baiji) has been deployed on http://cryptpad.fr and released on GitHub (https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.1.0).
Notably featuring privacy improvements for our notifications system and the ability to add friends as co-owners of pads.
CryptPad 3.0.0 (Aurochs) is live on https://cryptpad.fr, notably featuring folder uploads and downloads and the ability to request edit rights on documents that you can view.
See the full release notes on GitHub: https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.0.0
CryptPad v2.25.0 (Zebra) is the last of our 2.0 cycle.
Users can now submit bug reports to the instance admin, add colors to folders in their CryptDrive, and review the history of their notifications.
See the release notes on GitHub: https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/2.25.0
CryptPad v2.24.0 introduces the ability to share encrypted docs directly with friends from within the share menu. You can also add colors to folders in your CryptDrive. Try it now on https:/cryptpad.fr and see the release notes for full details: https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/2.24.0
We're working on adding colors for folders in CryptDrive (https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/issues/383) and trying to decide on a color palette.
While there are lots of resources available for choosing small palettes which are accessible to people with colorblindness, we're having trouble finding larger ones (16-20 colors) which are still pleasant enough that people won't yell at us for being bad designers.
Can anyone point us in the right direction?