Many of you may not know that Fedora Infrastructure runs a infinote server instance at infinote.fedoraproject.org.
Infinote is a collaborative text server. You can connect to it with the ‘gobby-0.5’ client located in the gobby05 package in Fedora. Once connected you can create documents and multiple people can work on them at the same time. The server takes a git snapshot of all documents every few minutes so you can see history. There’s even a cgit instance at https://infinote.fedoraproject.org/cgit/
Of course these days there’s etherpad and the like that have more features, but from time to time there’s a good Fedora use for a server we run. Fedora Infrastructure uses it to coordinate their weekly meetings and update/reboot planned outages. Everyone is welcome to use it for their Fedora related collaborative text editing. Or you can of course install the libinfinity package and run your own server.