OpenComparison helps you easily identify and compare good apps, frameworks, plugins, and other types of packages, using comparison grids.
Comparison grids with wiki-like editing capability
- Add packages to grid
- Add/edit grid features
- Toggle between simple and smart grids
- Filter grid by search text
- Extendable grid templatetags for custom feature display/styling
Storage of package info, fetched from public APIs
- SourceForge (forthcoming)
- Autocomplete packages/grids
- "I use this" button
- Latest packages featured on homepage
"Add package" and "Add grid" forms
Extendable package model, using package extenders
Customizable navigation menus, editable via admin
The most current example is live and functional at http://www.djangopackages.com.
The http://opencomparison.org project also supports projects such as plone.opencomparison.org and pyramid.opencomparison.org.
The documentation is hosted at http://opencomparison.rtfd.org
The code is open-source and licensed under the MIT license.
For Django Dash 2010, @pydanny and @audreyr (the "Scared of Rabbits" team) created Django Packages and have been working on it since then, turning it into the OpenComparison framework.
They are joined by a host of core developers and contributors. See http://opencomparison.readthedocs.org/en/latest/contributors.html