There are many situations in which an integrated solution for real-time, multi-user collaborative development, versioning, and online publishing of vector graphics would be invaluable. Any profession that must collaborate with a group on media that can be represented by vector graphics would benefit from such a tool. These may include graphic designers, architects, software engineers (for UML diagrams), as well as multimedia artists.
There are many open-source applications that implement a subset of the functionalities described above, but there are none that comprise a complete solution. As a student of computer science, and an experienced developer of Java-based software, I have examined the most mature of these applications, and have concluded that a complete solution could use portions of existing code to construct a Rich Internet Application (RIA), which could then be gracefully built, through an extension, into MediaWiki.
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