GPL (GNU General Public License)    
3.5/5 2
This project provides an online multi-user simple spreadsheet application for Linux

editor's review





TOMUSS is an open source, completely free, well-done, simple to use, platform-independent and browser-based groupware application implemented in Python and designed from the ground up to allow multiple users to edit the same spreadsheet table using nothing but their web browsers.

Minimizes human error

The software is engineered in such a way that it can store the complete history of the table modification. It is intended to be used by teachers who want to enter rankings for their students, as well as to allow students to see their ranks. TOMUSS is here to minimize human error.

The project is extremely easy to use, uses an intuitive and open security model, it is designed to be integrated into an existing environment in various educational institutions, such as schools and universities, and comes with a powerful plugin architecture that allows you to effortlessly extend its functionality.

Installable on GNU/Linux operating systems, usable from anywhere

TOMUSS is written in the Python programming language, as well as the JavaScript scripting language. It can only be installed on a Linux kernel-based operating system, but its web-based interface can be used from any operating systems, including Microsoft Windows, FreeBSD, Solaris, and Mac OS X, where a decent and supported web browser application is available, such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Chromium, Opera, Internet Explorer, or Safari.

Getting started with TOMUSS

To install the TOMUSS application on your GNU/Linux distribution, you must first download the latest release of the software from either its official homepage or via Softpedia, save the archive somewhere on your computer and use an archive manager utility to extract its contents.

Then, open a terminal emulator app, move to the location where you’ve extracted the archive file (e.g. cd /home/softpedia/TOMUSS-5.5.8), run the ‘make’ command to compile everything, and execute the ‘sudo make install’ command to install it. TOMUSS can be installed on both 32 and 64-bit computer platforms.

TOMUSS was reviewed by Marius Nestor
Last updated on August 17th, 2015
TOMUSS - The main interface of the TOMUSS web applicationTOMUSS - The TOMUSS web application features support for multiple concurrent usersTOMUSS - The TOMUSS application requires only a supported web browser

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