A trivial collection of python scripts and database queries that miraculously shit out a fully functional, text-driven community bulletin board. Requires Python 3.4 and up for the server and the official TUI client (clients/urwid/). The API is simple and others are welcome to join the party at some point. Maybe I can abuse this somehow?
I just wanted to let everyone know I have built out a chatbot to help answer mycroft related questions and will be adding a lot to it over the coming weeks allowing for it to answer questions about the project as well as eventually troubleshoot some issues.
Discourse is a new-generation web forum application written with Ruby on Rails; uses Postgres as its back-end and Redis for server-side caching. Discussion threads are flat and updated in realtime as people add comments. Shared links are automatically expanded so you know what's on the other side. Supports authentication against multiple providers. Mobile friendly.
web-application ruby rails forum software open-source support
My Little Forum is a lightweight forum application written in PHP and using MySQL as its back-end. Its appearance is very lightweight and clean so users can focus on using it and not figuring out how to navigate it.
A website about algorithmic music, live code jamming, and raves featuring algorithmic music. Seems to be the homepage for the musical style. Has an event calendar, a wiki, a forum, and links to software that would be appropriate.