NiemanLab: The New York Times has released an open-source tool to let you manage all your internal knowledge more easily

NiemanLab: The New York Times has released an open-source tool to let you manage all your internal knowledge more easily. “The means for creating (and maintaining) a documentation site — or a style guide, or a knowledge base, or any other set of information frequently used as a reference — have shifted back and forth over time. Blogging software! Wikis! Flat files! Database-driven! Google Docs! GitHub Pages! Dropbox Paper! Notion! The number of options — and the degree to which their selection sometimes come down to one person’s aesthetic choice or workflow preference — has left the job of keeping updated documentation a bit of a mess. Into this muddle steps The New York Times, which faced the same set of questions and built an internal tool called Library to address them. “

LibreOffice, Now Available in Cloud Flavor

LibreOffice is finally available for the cloud, but it looks like installing it is not for beginners: “LibreOffice Online is fundamentally a server service. You’ll need to install and configure on your own cloud server with a SSL certificate. Builds of the latest LibreOffice Online source code are available as Docker images. Be warned that this is very much a do-it-yourself cloud project.”