When it first came out, SubEthaEdit was amazing because it allowed more people with Mac on the same network to edit the same text document at the same time. We started using it in 2004 and mentioned it in a wide range of TidBITS articles for the next six years. Then collaborative editing mostly moved on the Internet and we lost some of SubEthaEdit. Now it's the early developer Dominik Wagner has released SubEthaEdit 5. Not only is SubEthaEdit 5 free from both the SubEthaEdit webpage and the Mac App Store, it's now open source under the MIT license, with its source history dating back 1
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