The HedgeDoc Team is proud to announce that the first alpha release of HedgeDoc 2 is now available! HedgeDoc 2 is a complete rewrite of the collaborative markdown editor, which aims to make the codebase more maintainable and adds often-requested features.
We’re still not done, but after three years HedgeDoc 2 is in a state that allows everyone to have a look and test it.
You can check out our revamped documentation pages for setup instructions.
For now, we only support deployment using Docker.
Alternatively, you can try out HedgeDoc 2 on hedgedoc.dev, which always runs the latest code. Please note that this instance is wiped of all data daily.
While basic collaboration should work, there are many features that are still missing from HedgeDoc 2.
You can take a look at the 2.0 milestone for the full list, but here is an overview:
- General UX is still to be improved, especially on mobile
- Authorship highlighting is not available
- User avatars are not fetched from external sources
- User data export does not work
- Import and export of note content does not work
- Screen reader support is inconsistent
- Support for RTL (right-to-left) languages is incomplete
- The planned “explore page” which will replace the history page is still missing
- No translations (everything is currently in English only)
Nevertheless, we encourage everyone to test HedgeDoc 2 and give us feedback. If you try out HedgeDoc 2 and encounter any issues, you’re welcome to report them in our issue tracker, but please check for duplicates first.