carpoolear_backend - The open source Laravel backend for the argentinian carpooling application: Carpoolear

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Carpoolear es la primera aplicación argentina de Facebook que permite a los usuarios de dicha red social compartir viajes en automóvil con otros usuarios de su entorno. Es una customización ad-hoc para Argentina de la filosofía carpooling, la cual consiste en compartir nuestros viajes en auto con otras personas de forma cotidiana. El carpooling es una práctica popular en Estados Unidos y Europa, donde se realiza de manera organizada para lograr aumentar el número de viajes compartidos y que estos sean concretados con otras personas además de nuestros vecinos y amigos.

https://carpoolear.com.ar
https://github.com/STS-Rosario/carpoolear_backend

Dependencies:

gulp : ^3.9.1
gulp-exec : ^2.1.3
path : ^0.12.7

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