I've been following Visual WebGUI dev (http://www.visualwebgui.com/
). for the last few years. It is an outstanding web dev. framework for web applications. Very innovative. Try out some of the on-line demos.
How does this relate to SQLNotes ? How about using your SQLNotes database from a web browser ? Anywhere in the world... No installation, In read and write...
You'd put your database on a web server (JET or SQL Server) and access it with a rich UI web interface. You're on a business trip and want to access your schedule, tasks, notes, that were just updated by your secretary or collegues? Any computer or web-enabled mobile device would do.
Since Visual WebGUI also supports local mode, you could put it all on a USB stick and run it on any computer. A truly portable app.
This isn't for release 1.0 of course, but sometime in 2008.
This opens the door to use SQLNotes as a collaborative tool.
But... another door to collaborative work will be opened very soon. Let me explain: I'm making changes to support SQL Server as a back-end database. Very little is in fact required so it should not be very long.
Then put that database on a web server and users will be able to connect to the database, share data and collaborate, whereever you are, with a connection to live data.
Expect this in 2008 Q1, in time for the initial release of ... Versatio, the versatile information organizer (possible new name)