« Apraxina-O-Rama! | Main | Department of New Lows: Reality TV Goes Slumming »

April 12, 2007

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Phil

Voted, as requested. Interesting project.

Scruggs

Me too. Jason Z -- a friend to eleemosynary blogging network -- has some entries from his community and there's the Huichol Cultural Survival project, if people are looking for recommendations to fill out their ballots.

Gerry

If you haven't filled out all your selections (you need to vote for at least five to be counted, and can vote for as many as ten), please consider supporting Source Tree as well as the other worthy projects suggested here.

Gerry

Ok, another try to get the link right: Source Tree.

Gerry

Thronz looks interesting, Albert. Just you and Charles working on it? I encourage you to connect the project to SourceTree which will go forward whether or not we get the net-squared thing. The idea is that it will have services like Source Forge and then some, but more importantly build community around the open source projects and connect them together more robustly. More code sharing, etc.

Albert Ruesga

Charles, one of Charles's software developer friends, and I. We’ve been sending messages around to try and recruit a volunteer Java GUI wizard. If we’re lucky enough to win one of the 20 Innovation Awards, we’ll leverage that to do a little more recruiting. Know anybody you think might be interested?

SourceTree sounds cool, Gerry. I’ll add it to my list today.

erasmus

Woof woof, cyberdog. You got my vote today. I made my wife and kids vote too. Best wishes.

Michael Maranda

I think Hooze is also vote-worthy. http://www.netsquared.org/projects/proposals/hooze-wagn-organically-grown-public-data-products-and-companies

Michael Maranda

Hooze.

(Getting the link right)

Dee Hicks

Thanks for the note, Phil A. I had been out of the country and hadnt been checking email. This sounds like a worthy project especially for people who spend more time on the internet than I do!

Karen Plunket

Hi Albert - didn't have time to read it all (will later) but you have my vote. Miss you (not working). See you out on the Potomac - Love to Max XOXOXO Karen

The comments to this entry are closed.

Your email address:


Powered by FeedBlitz

Contributors


  • John
    Anger

    Countess
    Apraxina

    Stuart
    Johnson

    Dixie
    Moline

    Albert
    Ruesga

    Sally
    Wilde

Terror Level

Less Recent Posts