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Ribose new release

Ribose has just been updated on 4/8/2013.



Some UI styling changes across the board. All reported security issues have been resolved and fixed.



This release also contains numerous bugfixes to:

* Widgets

* Calendar

* Files

* Todos

* Settings

* Discussions

* Tags

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Ribose new release

Ribose has just been updated on 3/18/2013, mainly a bugfix release.



The status message has been relocated to the top right corner, giving you more space for widgets
. You can now edit the status message by clicking on your name and then clicking 'Update status'.



This release also fixes bugs relating to:

* XSS

* space invitations

* rich text editing

* real time updates

* locale

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Ribose is now in limited public Beta

First of all, thank you very much for being a valued member of our private beta community
. We really appreciate your time and effort in providing numerous constructive feedbacks to us during the private beta period
, that we have either already incorporated your suggestions or have prioritized to consider them in the near future.


Today I'm happy to let you know that the Ribose private beta program is transitioning to a limited public beta.


Previously our system is accessed through 'beta.ribose.com'. From now onwards, please access Ribose through 'my.ribose.com'
. This transition does not impact your account in any way.

To show our appreciation to our private Beta users
, if you need more invitations to Ribose to help you collaborate, just let us know via the "Give Us Feedback" box and we will prioritize in providing you with invites before satisfying our public waitlist.


Thank you again for your support, and we hope to serve your collaborative needs in the years to come.

Best,
Ronald, on behalf of the Ribose Team

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Casual Collaboration Sweetened by Ribose

New cloud-based platform streamlines all types and sizes of collaborative planning activity in one secure site

BOSTON, Sept. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Ribose has announced the launch of a new online platform designed to simplify the way groups of all sizes collaborate.  The new web platform, www.ribose.com, brings together an unmatched collection of tools, applications and widgets that harness the real-time, social and cloud-based flexibility of today's internet to help streamline, organize and plan anything from a small family gathering to a social club's ongoing activities.  

Understanding that the underlying concept of any successful collaboration is the generation of ideas, and sharing of experiences, the new Ribose platform capitalizes on today's social web to help users stay in constant contact with collaborators, as well as offering public spaces designed to share common contexts, uncover new ideas and discover new resources through social connections.

"Collaborating on group activities of any size always involve plenty of opinions, questions and the need for constant last minute discussions on a myriad of details," said Ronald Tse, Ribose Founder and CEO.  "The vision for Ribose was to create a platform that harnesses the power of the casual collaboration people now use every day on the social web to provide them with a customizable space designed around the context of the project, not just the available toolset."

The new Ribose site offers over 10 collaborative toolsets designed to organize group activities and content around topics, not the tools, so that users can fully benefit from a comprehensive suite of features while customizing particular toolsets to meet the specific needs of their activity or event.  Ribose was designed with a clean, minimalistic interface style, allowing for users to choose from an array of color palettes and themes to satisfy their own unique design aesthetic. The site focuses on three key user needs:


  • Collaborative Spaces: capture key details, calendar items, files and status reports for each particular collaboration.

  • Collaborative Applications (Capps): bring together a specific mix of features and tools customized to particular topics, ensuring users have the right set of tools and functionality for the specific type of collaboration they are undertaking.

  • My Applications (Mapps): allow users to keep track of their activities on Ribose, offers widgets, profiles and contact information, as well as an aggregate look across individual collaborations – including personal calendar views, to-do lists and chat logs.

Access to the Ribose site is free for registered users, who are also allowed up to 10 invitations to begin building their collaboration teams. Future expansion and development on Ribose includes mobile web access and mobile app development. To learn more, register and begin tapping into the power of casual collaboration at www.ribose.com.

Follow Ribose on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RiboseUS

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About Ribose

For busy people who struggle to plan and manage all of the personal or group activities, events and adventures that make their life interesting, Ribose is a full-featured casual collaboration platform that provides all the necessary tools and connections needed to simultaneously plan activities of all sizes with friends, family, colleagues and partners. Founded by Ronald Tse, Ribose brings together in one secure site the real-time, social and cloud-based flexibility of today's Internet with a full catalogue of tools, applications and widgets, to uncover even more linkages, better streamline activities and create customizable new ways to organize anything from a small, casual family gathering to a social club's ongoing activities.

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Casual Collaboration Platform from Ribose Now Open for Beta Users

Take the hassle out of making plans with friends and family for Labor Day

BOSTON, Aug. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Labor Day weekend is a great opportunity to connect with family and friends for one last time over the summer, but coordinating plans can be more time consuming than working! Just in time for the holiday, Ribose today announced that it is offering a limited number of beta log-ins for its new online platform, www.ribose.com.

Ribose is designed to simplify the way groups of all sizes collaborate.  The platform brings together an unmatched collection of tools, applications and widgets that harness the real-time, social and cloud-based flexibility of today's internet to help streamline, organize and plan anything from a small family gathering to a social club's ongoing activities.  

Beta access to the Ribose site is free for registered users. Beta users will be allowed up to 10 invitations to begin building their collaboration teams. To learn more, or to register for beta access and begin tapping into the power of casual collaboration, visit www.ribose.com. The site will launch as a full release in the fall of 2012.

Follow Ribose on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RiboseUS

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About Ribose

For busy people who struggle to plan and manage all of the personal or business projects, events and adventures that make their life interesting, Ribose is a full-featured casual collaboration platform that provides all the necessary tools and connections needed to simultaneously plan activities of all sizes with friends, family, colleagues and partners. Founded by Ronald Tse, Ribose brings together in one secure site the real-time, social and cloud based flexibility of today's internet with a full catalogue of tools, applications and widgets, to uncover even more linkages, better streamline activities and create customizable new ways to organize anything from a small, casual family gathering to a social club's ongoing activities.

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