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Vulcan - A toolkit to quickly build apps with React, GraphQL & Meteor

  •    Javascript

This is the Apollo/GraphQL version of Telescope, now known as Vulcan. It is a framework that gives you a set of tools for quickly building React-based web applications. Out of the box, it can handle data loading, automatically generate forms, handle email notifications, and much more. It provides simple building blocks such as posts, comments, forms, and modals, and makes it easy to quickly customize them to build modern, social web apps.

Lobsters - Computing-focused community centered around link aggregation and discussion

  •    Ruby

Lobsters is a computing-focused community centered around link aggregation and discussion project. Lobsters was created by joshua stein with some specific design goals in mind to avoid problems faced by other link aggregation sites. It supports Tagging system to categorize and filter submissions, A user invitation tree to combat spam, Downvote explanations to curb reflexive downvoting and lot more.

Voten - The code that powers voten.co

  •    PHP

Voten.co is a real-time social bookmarking for the 21st century. It's real-time, beautiful, customizable yet simple.

Voat - Media aggregator and an alternative to Reddit

  •    CSharp

Voat (pronounced voat as in goat) officially launched in April 2014 as a media aggregator website featuring user-posted content.




flask_reddit - Reddit clone in flask + python + nginx + https. View site:

  •    Python

flask_reddit is an extendable + minimalist Reddit clone. This was built so beginners who want a standard CRUD + reddit-like application can quickly get to work.

Scuttle - Web-based social bookmarking system

  •    PHP

Web-based social bookmarking system. Allows multiple users to store, share and tag their favourite links online.

Lemmy - Building a federated alternative to reddit in rust

  •    Rust

Lemmy is a link aggregator / reddit clone for the fediverse. Lemmy is similar to sites like Reddit, Lobste.rs, Raddle, or Hacker News: you subscribe to forums you're interested in, post links and discussions, then vote, and comment on them. Behind the scenes, it is very different; anyone can easily run a server, and all these servers are federated (think email), and connected to the same universe, called the Fediverse.