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phpbb - phpBB 3 Development: phpBB is a popular open-source bulletin board written in PHP


phpBB is a free open-source bulletin board written in PHP. Get your copy of phpBB, find support and lots more on phpBB.com! Discuss the development on area51.

first-contributions - 🚀✨ Help beginners contribute to open source projects


It's hard. It's always hard the first time you do something. Especially when you are collaborating, making mistakes isn't a comfortable thing. We wanted to simplify the way new open-source contributors learn & contribute for the first time. Reading articles & watching tutorials can help, but what's better than actually doing the stuff in a practice environment? This project aims at providing guidance & simplifying the way beginners make their first contribution. If you are looking to make your first contribution, follow the steps below.

apps - A collection of apps built on Electron


A collection of apps built on Electron. electron.atom.io/apps. If you have an Electron application you'd like to see added, please read the contributing doc.




freecodecamp


freeCodeCamp is a friendly open source community where you learn to code and help nonprofits. We help our campers build job-worthy portfolios of real apps used by real people, while helping nonprofits.

lemonade-stand - A handy guide to financial support for open source


This document aims to provide an exhaustive list of all the ways that people get paid for open source work. Hopefully, projects and contributors will find this helpful in figuring out the best options for them. The categories are not mutually exclusive. For example, a project might have a foundation but also use crowdfunding to raise money. Someone else might do consulting and also have a donation button. Etc.

portal - The Laravel.io Community Portal


This is the repository for the Laravel.io community portal. The code is entirely open source and licensed under the MIT license. We welcome your contributions but we encourage you to read the the contributing guide before creating an issue or sending in a pull request. Read the installation guide below to get started with setting up the app on your machine. The following tools are required in order to start the installation.

freeCodeCamp - The https://freeCodeCamp


freeCodeCamp is a friendly community where you can learn to code for free. It is run by a donor-supported 501(c)(3) nonprofit with the goal of helping millions of busy adults transition into tech. Our community has already helped more than 10,000 people get their first developer job. Our full stack web development curriculum is completely free and self-paced. We have thousands of interactive coding challenges to help you expand your skills.


Microsoft SQL Server Community & Samples


CodePlex is the project hosting site for Microsoft SQL Server Samples and Community Projects. Projects listed here are official Microsoft samples for SQL Server (released with Service Packs or major releases of SQL Server) and applications developed by MVPs, and the SQL Server co

Helpy - Modern Mobile-First Helpdesk Application Built in Ruby


A modern, open-source and multi-lingual helpdesk, including email tickets, knowledgebase and forums. All your customer communications in one place, accessible from anywhere. Its features include multi-lingual knowledgebase, community discussions and private tickets integrated with email and lot more.

Jumper - Collaborative search engine in PHP


Jumper 2.0 is a collaborative community search platform that revolutionizes search by crowdsourcing knowledge management powered by a shared bookmarking engine. It is easily and quickly deployed into a community of practice that benefits users with complex and specialized search requirements. Jumper delivers universal search of any databases, flat files, fileshares, content systems, web pages, blogs and wikis, even people - through one simple search box.

awesome-speakers - Awesome speakers in the programming and design communities


Hi, I'm Karl and I'd like to help make it more transparent and easy to find speakers for meetups and conferences. Below I've started to compile a list of awesome speakers and the topics that they have spoken about (in parentheses are future topics of interest to the speaker). Please add to the list and help make the community better connected and richer.

Aurora - Unified lighting effects across multiple brands and various games.


Project Aurora is a utility that unifies RGB lighting devices across different brands and enables them to work alongside each other, all while adding and improving RGB lighting support for various games that previous had none or little RGB lighting support. Aurora is mainly written in C#, but has C++ components to implement native support for other games.

mozillians - Mozilla community directory -- A centralized directory of all Mozilla contributors!


A community directory for Mozillians to connect with each other.Get started with our How to Contribute documentation.

wat - Instant, central, community-built docs


Rebelliously practical docs. For and by the community. Wat.Finally, community-built cheat sheets for every coder, targeting any framework, in any language.

university - Community learning experiment


Welcome to hapijs university. A community learning experiment utilizing the distributed classroom. The idea is simple - use GitHub as a platform for teaching people coding skills as a group, everyone is both a student and a teacher. The goal is to learn how to operate such a distributed classroom and then apply that pattern to other topics.hapijs/university started as a group coding learning experiment. The university developed an application covering the essentials of a hapi application: authentication, validation, application architecture, testing, and more. To track future development watch the issues list.

Symphony - A modern community (forum/BBS/SNS/blog) platform written in Java


Symphony is a modern community platform. It implements a content oriented discussion forum. It includes a social network for users to share, make friends, and play games. It has the ability to aggregate independent bloggers, to build and share quality resources.

hall-of-fame - :trophy: Show some love to your contributors! A widget for your repo README


Hall-of-fame helps you show some love to your contributors. It automatically highlights your new, trending, and top contributors, and updates every hour. You can put this widget anywhere inside your README, e.g. to "Contributing" section. No maintenance is required. Every hour, Hall-of-fame looks into recent commits of your repo using GitHub API. It then selects three categories of contributors: new (those who made their first commit to your repo in the last 7 days), trending (those with most commits in the last 7 days), and top (those with most commits of all time). It then selects up to three new contributors, up to 4 trending contributors, and if total is less than 7, it fill up the remaining spots with top contributors.

contributing-template - Template for writing your own contributing guide


A template for writing your own contributing guide. Contributing guides are helpful documents that communicate how people can contribute to your open source project. This template is meant to be a checklist to make sure you haven’t missed anything, rather than offering guidance on philosophy or approach. Your final guidelines may differ depending on your project and needs.

Information Worker SharePoint Enhancements


The South African InformationWorker User Group (www.informationworker.co.za) is hosted on MOSS 2007 and has a number of tools and enhancements made to the site to improve it as a community driven SharePoint site. It is based on the Community Kit for SharePoint.