That’s right, people. Barack Obama’s web team doesn’t just *use* open-source tools — Drupal in this case — they commit code and release modules to the community. Three of ’em.
After the Deadline
Need to add spelling and grammar checking to any text area in your application? Here’s an open source way to do it, thanks to WordPress and Automattic.
guardian-twitterfall – Google Code
Here’s the Guardian U.K.’s app for running a conference display of live tweets with *moderation* — call it curation, even — instead of just firehosing a hashtag up on the screen.
The EveryBlock source code
There it is. Now, build something useful.
Laconica – Trac
autonomo.us · Franklin Street Statement on Freedom and Network Services
Open source college press project
Laconica : Source
The open source Twitter, as seen in action at identi.ca
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Nucleus CMS: Pure Publishing
A PHP/MySQL-based CMS, free and open, from the looks of it. Not sure if this is an old-school solution that Drupal or PHPNuke knock out of the water, but it looks pleasant enough at Duke City Fix.