This is the site that shows some of what the program looks like: http://scripto.computer/
Rob Dubbin was on the Track Changes podcast with Paul Ford a couple of months ago and it was a pretty great episode: https://trackchanges.postlight.com/rob-dubbin-goes-off-scrip...
Nice. Collaborative version control for Script writing/show running. Can the "amateur coder" and Stephen Colbert make something like this for programming? That would be very nice/useful. A layer on git? Is GitHub/GitLab/Bitbucket already it? Real-time and ease of use don't seem to be there.
Are there editor plugins like this for paired / multi programming? Is it just that the problem of "programming" is a lot more complex / open ended than show script development / execution? It seems like they have a lot of similarities.
Getting multiple people to agree on the same tool may be a big part of the battle, but surely there are some comparable programming tools out there.
I’m in the midst of writing a script with a few other people, and we’ve been using Writer Duet: https://writerduet.com
A lot of people don’t know this but there’s a one person startup called Rundown Creator that a lot of big companies use to plan shows.
Wow. I use Etherpad every day. Really enjoy Colbert. Colbert is really innovative in his use of tech. He uses Adobe to make the cartoon Trump and gives regular updates to Adobe to improve the product(the name escapes me).