TOMUSS allows multiple users to edit the same spreadsheet table with their Web browsers. It stores the complete history of the table modification. TOMUSS is intended to be used by teachers to enter ranking and to allow students to see their ranks.
|Tags||groupware Spreadsheet teacher Web Application student grade education|
Release Notes: This release is a stable one. There is now a hook to compute line a HTML class from the line content. On column values or comments importation, the character ⏎ is replaced by a linefeed.
Release Notes: This release adds a Facebook authenticator and fixes serious problems with XSS attacks. The table RSS stream now works on any table. After a short network connection loss, the table content is resynchronized. It is now possible to open many tables in the browser because the server connection is closed if the user is inactive for one minute. A new table attribute allows the user to hide empty lines with a non-empty history, and the table display options are now stored dynamically in the page URL.
Release Notes: This release fixes some serious bugs: the current cell was not saved when scrolling with the mouse, and the table editor was broken on Internet Explorer. An experimental OpenID authenticator has been implemented.
Release Notes: Since 5.2.2, many bugs have been fixed, the table editor is usable on mobile devices, and there is now a popup menu to choose the completion if there are multiple choices. The project is now hosted on SourceForge.
Release Notes: With this release, the servers use far less memory, and now only a single server is needed for all the years. The static files can now be delivered by a standard Web server. There is now a framework to send messages or ask questions to students, and the students can not see their grades without answering.