German developer The Coding Monkeys has released SubEthaEdit 2, the latest version of their collaborative text editing application. The new version takes advantage of Mac OS X’s Rendezvous feature to allow you to see who’s available for collaboration on your network and invite them to join you by dragging their names to your document. Other additions to SubEthaEdit 2 include find and replace for regular expressions, autocompletion of commonly-used words, integration with iChat and Mail, read-only access for documents and more. It’s free for non-commercial use, while those who want to employ it for commercial purposes need to pay US$35 per license, with a discount available at three licenses. You need Mac OS X v10.3 to run SubEthaEdit 2.