The Skylight for Open Source program makes it easy to share performance data with your contributors. It’s free to use and packed with features to help open source communities find potential improvements within their Ruby and Rails apps.
A social network for developers to host blog posts and discussions.
A community-based publishing platform to help publishers share author research.
Helps developers take back control of their GitHub notifications.
A tool to help instructors and students share knowledge & track contributions.
A sharing and comparison tool for video game speedrunners.
Provides a free full stack coding curriculum for students around the world.
A community app for musicians which provides non-commercial mp3 hosting.
Discover the easiest way to get started contributing to Open Source.
A platform providing a transparent overview of justice system in Slovakia.
A tool to help faciliate student-led computer science clubs in high schools.
A library catalog for the collections of the Temple University library.
A web-based tool for collecting, analyzing, and sharing spectral analysis data.
An event management tool for the open source LinuxFest Northwest conference.
A flight analysis and competition scoring tool for skydivers and basejumpers.
Software that facilitates the work of an immigrant rights organization in NYC.
An app built to empower people in managing their Time Banks.
A tool for the curation and scoring of Ember addons
A tool for publishing and monitoring events and conferences in Russia.
An app for coordinating and managing hackathons in the RIT community.
An app that supports global collaboration for food system transformation.
PLYLST is a project exploring interesting uses for the Spotify API
A tool to easily search and find information from the Ruby documentation.
An app dedicated to helping military veterans launch their software careers.
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