rgheck wrote: > It'd be nice to hear precisely what people would want that version > control does not provide. I have a hard time myself seeing why it is any > more than an "isn't that cool" feature for two people simultaneously to > edit a single document. I.e., fun, but hardly revolutionary as far as > actual productivity goes, at least for the sort of work most LyX users > actually do. There's no doubt that LyXs' VC support could be improved, > and it has been in some significant ways for 2.0, so we'd happily hear > suggestions about that, too.
I also think that VC probably provides all you need for collaboration (although a closer integration of VC, comparision and CT would be cool). For me, a main obstacle is the lack of a suitable web service. My Faculty does not provide svn or other VC repositories, and I did not find a suitable service on the web yet, where I can savely store my data in such a way that only selected people can access it. But maybe I just didn't search long enough. Jürgen