Myspace meets tucows and planetsourcecode?

Is there a myspace type site that is a place for programmers to post
their apps for people to download? It would have to be user friendly
like tucows but allow a programmer to create their own home page where
they can post their apps (including open source if they wish). People
can network and link to each other, rate other’s apps, and search for
code by platform/language/keyword/most popular, etc. It would support
EVERY platform imaginable, from 8-bit atari code to .NET and Java apps.
Does anything like this exist?

On Fri, Oct 13, 2006, Mad Scientist Jr wrote:

Is there a myspace type site that is a place for programmers to post
their apps for people to download? It would have to be user friendly
like tucows but allow a programmer to create their own home page where
they can post their apps (including open source if they wish). People
can network and link to each other, rate other’s apps, and search for
code by platform/language/keyword/most popular, etc. It would support
EVERY platform imaginable, from 8-bit atari code to .NET and Java apps.
Does anything like this exist?

SourceForge: http://sf.net
RubyForge for Ruby-specific stuff: http://rubyforge.org

It’s not everything you want, but it’s enough. I don’t think anybody
really wants to be able to rate the quality of other developer’s apps.
Hot or Not doesn’t have much of a place in the development community.

Ben

Mad Scientist Jr wrote:

Is there a myspace type site that is a place for programmers to post
their apps for people to download? It would have to be user friendly
like tucows but allow a programmer to create their own home page where
they can post their apps (including open source if they wish). People
can network and link to each other, rate other’s apps, and search for
code by platform/language/keyword/most popular, etc. It would support
EVERY platform imaginable, from 8-bit atari code to .NET and Java apps.
Does anything like this exist?

Since this is c.l.lisp, try:

common-lisp.net

but if you have to use other languages, look to these:

sourceforge.net = open-source only
freshmeat.net = prefers open source

On Fri, Oct 13, 2006 at 09:50:16AM +0900, [email protected] wrote:

Since this is c.l.lisp, try:

common-lisp.net

but if you have to use other languages, look to these:

I’m guessing this reply means this message was cross-posted. Joy.

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