Showing 4 projects in the Social Networking category.
A web-based social calendar, as yet unnamed.
Last year I described some of the things I would be very interested if a social calendar could do. Using my sophisticated calendar processing tools, I've put together a tech demo to try out some of these features.
The aim is to make it a straightforward drag-and-drop experience to arrange activities with friends. Most social networks put you in touch with others; this project has different goals.
A distributed social networking site based on RDF. FOAF (Friend-of-a-friend) is a semantic web protocol for describing people and the relationships between them. Mauvespace will be able to interoperate with other social networking sites using this protocol, allowing users to communicate and network with friends without requiring profiles on third-party sites like Facebook or MySpace. This gives control of personal information and the look and feel of their profile back to users.
Version 0.1.0 is a kind of halfway house to a full social network. It's got a blog, user details, photos and a templating language, but it can't syndicate any of the information that it exports.
A drag-and-drop AJAX corkboard component for embedding in webpages. Any visitor can edit a board interactively, with wiki-like versioning and RSS feed of changes to combat vandalism.
A web forum with an RPG (role-playing game) angle. Users/players gain experience by getting good feedback on their posts and by playing mini-games, allowing them to level up and claim new features, such as moderation abilities. Different classes acquire different moderation abilities, ensuring that no user holds too much power.
The name Forum Quest is a working title.