One of Freedif’s reader recently introduced me Emby, an open source media solution that can easily integrate will all your devices (Smartphone, SmartTV, etc…) and even with XBMC.
One of the most used online services are those allowing you to upload large files and share them with someone. May services exists, either dedicated like wesendit, etc… or with a larger set of features, like Dropbox, allowing you to sync your files accross devices for example.
If you have your own server, one of the very first service you want to install is a web portal to access to all your musics from anywhere.
This is basically what Spotify is doing, to listen music by streaming with the possibility to create and share playlists, but not on your own server and with no control. Obvisouly, you may want to change that with an Opensource alternative.
If you are looking for a web based SVG drawing editor, I recommend you to use the SVG-Edit.
- Free-hand drawing
- Lines, Polylines, Rects/Squares, Ellipses/Circles, Polygons/Curved Paths/Stars
- Stylable Text and Raster Images
- Select/move/resize/rotate with Undo/Redo
- Color/Gradient picker
- Change Background
The project also includes a set of Add-on for Firefox, Opera and Chrome to enhance your experience.
Obviously the best for you is to give it a try.
Interested? Here is how to install it.
I assume you have a working apache server.
1) Download the latest SVG-Edit zip file in your /var/www
As of today, the latest one is the 2.7.1 (From April 2014)
2) Extract the archive and rename the folder (Easier to access)
mv svg-edit.2.7.1 svg-edit
3) Point your browser to http://YourIP/svg-edit/svg-editor.html
If you want to have a more user-friendly URL, you can directly create a dedicated virtualhost pointing to the domain/sub-domain of your choice.