Neighbors Open Source - Developers Network and Exchange

A developers network for expressly open source-based coding and projects that help people connect with their nearest neighbors online.

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Welcome to the Neighbors Open Source Developers Network and Exchange

Neighbors Open Source is a network for open source coding projects helping people connect with their nearest neighbors online. 

This online group is primarily designed for software developers working on the BeNeighbors.org/BeNeighbours.org directory (launching first in select areas) and modules for major open source content management systems to support electronic block clubs and other forms of nearest neighbor connecting. This includes nearest neighbor directory tool ideas to support block leaders.

For those involved with commercial or non-technical effort to connect local people online, the general Locals Online exchange is for you. Major geeks should also join the general LocalLabs online community.

Coordination is supported by E-Democracy.org's Inclusive Community Engagement Online project funded by the Knight Foundation.

Our group posting address "neighborly@" pre-dates the unrelated neighbor.ly project.

Members Directory
A detailed "who's who" directory of members.
Members
A simple list of the group members.
Join and leave log
How the membership of Neighbors Open Source - Developers Network and Exchange has changed.

There are 113 members in the group. Normally they post around 0 posts each day; the most they have posted is 11 posts in one day.

The statistics page contains more details on the posting statistics in Neighbors Open Source - Developers Network and Exchange.

Neighbors Open Source - Developers Network and Exchange is a public group.

  • The group is visible to anyone.
  • Posts made to the group are visible to anyone.

Members of this group may post no more than 512 messages in a 24 hour period.

The Privacy and Public Life Policy details our policies on E-Democracy.org.

Please also read the full Charter and the Rules of Participation which together govern this forum. For civility and agenda-setting, we require the use of real names and no name calling. Participation will be limited for those found violating the rules.

Steven Clift is the volunteer Forum Manager and is responsible for facilitating this forum and enforcing the rules.