What is it written in and how much work is left to do?
It seems google/gmail are backing this quite extensively, which is how it's finally found traction.
When people are publishing what they want, that looks to be a good starting point for travel/lodging companies to come in and make offers to these folks.
"You're looking to stay in Bucharest on Sept 18 and 19? Our hotel can offer you XZY for $ABC on those nights."
Sort of like lendingtree-model for travel. Not quite sure why that's not taken off yet, other than, perhaps, larger company IT systems?
This could possibly work well for smaller regions - contact a local chamber of commerce and have them have all the local businesses make offers to people looking to stay in areas on specific days.
Basically... define a format and let them integrate with you if they want access to the market you've defined, not the other way around.
I think Sygic did a great job with identifying the key user stories:
1. Ability to see a list of interesting places to generate ideas (they've partnered with Fodors, the content is comprehensive, at least for Iceland)
2. Ability to set my travel dates and schedule places that I want to visit on specific days
3. Ability to see places on a map so that I can schedule more efficiently. (I was able to schedule places in different regions on different dates, and thereby minimise driving times)
4. Ability to view and order daily itineraries (list + map) and ability to estimate travel time for a given itinerary. (This helped me avoid being over ambitious and gave me plenty of room to breathe during the trip)
5. Ability to see/book hotels on a map that have availability on my dates. I ended up making all my hotel reservations (4 nights) through their Booking.com integration. Never have I been happier to click on an affiliate link! The ability to visually plan your days and nights within the same interface really helps. Without this, I would have done what most last-minute travellers in Iceland do – book a hotel in Reykjavik (capital) for the entire stay and take day trips in/out. This would have severely limited my coverage of Iceland and cost more.
6. Ability to take my itinerary with me. They have a easy to use (free) mobile app with premium features e.g. offline maps. Paid for the premium features but didn't end up using them as internet worked great in Iceland!
Overall, the interface was really well done, albeit with a 3-4 hour learning curve. I found myself needlessly bouncing back and forth between ideation and scheduling.
I jotted down a few ideas while I was using it:
- Break down planning into several stages: Ideation, Scheduling, Reservations. This would allow the interface to be more streamlined and reduce cognitive complexity of planning
- Provide the ability to algorithmically cluster places into days and find shortest path for overall trip
Anyway, wish can looks great! I'd love to contribute. I'm a pretty good programmer (iOS/Web), professionally a senior product manager, and also have decent design skills. Let me know if I can help. I haven't coded for the web in a while so would prefer to team up with someone with up-to-date front-end skills.
You'd also need to deliver fairly quickly as 3d scans are normally done later in pregnancy so the baby is plumper and doesn't look "like a skinned rabbit" (that was a quote from a midwife) and you'd still need to deliver before the baby pops out.
I wanted to implement a generic MUC protocol bridge. Kinda like https://sameroom.io/ is doing, but open source.
My initial approach was to look at Matterbridge (a mattermost<->irc bridge) and go from there. But I simply don't have time to do it anymore. The author is interested by the approach though so ... have at it:
I'm also the author of https://github.com/jleclanche/django-push-notifications and I don't use it anymore, but it's a very popular django app. If someone around here is using it and wants to maintain it (or part of it), please reach out - I tried handing it off to Jazzband but that doesn't seem to be happening.
Some examples of such boards:
It'd be willing to hand it to someone (on partnership basis) who could maintain it and grow it.
Stack is Linode/Ubuntu/Python/Django/Sass.
I like to save and collect resources. For me, I feel that Chrome bookmarks with folder hierarchy is enough for me to save links, but this will be useful for discovering new stuff.
I think I'd be willing to help with this.
If someone wants to take this over, I'd be happy to entertain any offer. The app itself is exceedingly simple (a database-less Node.js app), so hosting costs practically nothing.
My email is miguel at <username>.com
I won't have very much time to continue the development.
I only managed to compile the code after one hour of work. Then I'm kinda new to ubuntu.
helped me out a lot. It was only when I could use apt-file to search for pc file that I managed to install the necessary deb packages.
hit me up at firstname.lastname@example.org
Does it use WSGI?
If anyone interested to buy, please contact me. Email is in my profile.
The main reason I plan to sell is because marketing it is too hard (I am developer).
I dont have time to continue with this:
Cool thing is that I've made an API to take on orders.
If anyone's interested (even in the domain name) I can sell it to you at a minimal cost.
- Really Funny Fish Aquarium is a game where kids click on moving fish, who make funny noises and movements 
- Fun Kids Activities is an app where me and my wife used to post one activity you can do with kids every day with a notification but it turned out it to be quite time consuming for us so we just listed all activities and removed the notifications. 
Web IDE for GNU Octave (open source Matlab alternative). Originally built it because Octave had no UI and installation was a pain. It was heavily used by Machine Learning Coursera students and currently just pays for its hosting.
I'm sure it could be useful in niche academia market, but don't have time/connections to pivot. NodeJS/React/PostgreSQL/websockets. Email address on the home page.
[GlowSo Web App](http://gcdc2013-glowso.appspot.com/#/home)
[A talk I'd done for GDG Tunisia about how I developed it](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBwOuK9x5VQ)
The problem is, I don't use Firefox anymore, so I'm looking for a new maintainer.
A physics/universe simulator, space RTS in Ruby. Would like to continue developing it at some point but am focusing on other priorities
I may not be able to keep going on it though because of constraints on time and resources. Would be happy to talk to anyone who'd like to partner on this (or ideas about how I can at least handle hosting bills for such a large DB!). firasd at gmail.
We hosted one conference i.e Apple's WWDC.
Connect is an Online platform to meet other attendees before the event -
We build this platform keeping following in mind -
- To share accommodation
- Airport Cab sharing
- A trip/ Sightseeing new city
- Or Business Networking
The blog says the company has already been acquired by another big company...so how can you sell it?
After an initial successful post on the indieheads subreddit, it's slowed down to about 15 users per day.
I also had people writing album reviews and they kinda got bored by it so it's been a while since the last review.
If this is a project people would be interested in (built in python / flask), I'll throw it up on github.
Unfortunately time doesn't permit me to move them forward.
epynonymous at outlook dot com for more details.
Nowadays I'm too busy to keep up with development so if anyone wants to help out that would be great.
Just abandoned it. I couldn't come up with a good way to monetize it, so I opened it up to be free.
i think its ready to get adopted :)
The system needs changes (in frontend, backend, sysadmin). It is pretty much the same as in 2002.
every now and then i do some maintenence but... you know.
It needs a lot of work done, I only got a few clients. I really don't know what to do with it... suggestions?
Built it a couple of years ago but lost interest. Still used by 100+ users per day. Ping me at Contact@phrase.it
As my focus shifted, I plan sell it.
Note, this is a commercial product, customers include Airbus, and everyone else.
Mostly pirated, you'll have to figure that one out.
Asking $125K or $500K for everything.