The cloud can be reached at the address https://cloud.code-rood.org. Among other things the Cloud is used for:
Read this page first, but afterwards, there is also this page with some tips & tricks.
Once logged in you see them home screen:
The cloud is used for file sharing and the agenda.
This is the screen you can use to browse all the files you have access to. Any folders that are shared with you (reading and/or writing permissions) will be shown here. Things can be shared with your account in the following ways:
Alternatively, you can be send a direct share link in which case you do not even need an account.
See this page on how exactly all this sharing works.
Would be super sweet if we can start the names of minutes with the date like YYYY-MM-DD. For example “2020-05-01 name” for minutes taken on some meeting on the 1st of May in 2020. If we all do this, then we can sort the minutes by their name and it will also sort on date!
Circles is the method to share items easily with you working group.
A circle is a group of people. Every working group has a circle. If you want to share things with the people in your working group, rather than to share it individually with all members of the working group, you simply share it with the circle of the working group. People who join the circle later will have access to those files.
People can also create their own circles.
If you are new to the cloud, find the circle of the working group you are in and request membership. Perhaps send the coordinator of the working group a message on chat that you did this, so they are notified and know they have to accept your request to join to the circle.
See this page to learn all more circles, and how you join them.
The calendar is where we put all the dates of important events and meetings and such. It works pretty much like any web agenda such as Google Calendar (please do not feed the Google!).
There are three agendas:
See this page to learn more about the calendar.
It is even possible to sync this calendar with your phone/other calendar apps. Contact Tulband if you want to write the wiki entry on that!