SamePlace Suite 0.6.0: shared web applications now available at a click

SamePlace Suite 0.6.0 is available; you can read more and download it here.

What’s new

In addition to the features introduced by the release candidate, the following ones also made their way into 0.6.0:

  • a default set of shared web applications is available with a single click from the application menu (see screenshot—currently Firefox 2.0 only):
  • clicking xmpp: links in web pages will open conversations in SamePlace.

Many thanks to the people who have contributed to this release: dfd, ripley, intinig, the CDG (in particular Filippo, Fabio, and Giuseppe), Sten, Ryo, and Fabio.

2 thoughts on “SamePlace Suite 0.6.0: shared web applications now available at a click

  1. Dee

    What the heck does this thing do?

    What is it used for?

    it would be helpful if programmers could write as well as they programmed

  2. bard Post author

    From the home page:

    SamePlace is a set of extensions for Firefox, Flock and Thunderbird to keep in touch, chat, play and interact with your contacts without leaving your browser or mail client.

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