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README.md

Timezone.io

This is the official repo for the Timezone.io website. This is a SaaS project where all development is done in the open and is open to contributions from anyone! The purpose of the Timezone.io project is as follows

To improve how globally distributed teams coordinate across various timezones in order to be mindful of each other's personal availability and schedule.

  • link to article on medium

Contributing

Are you a developer, designer, copywriter or product-minded person? We'd love your contributions and input! Learn more about in the Contributing document. You can also learn how to run this project locally in the Setup guide.

License

This project is open source, but is still released under the copyright of Dan Farrelly. This solely done to prevent redistribution. This project has been open sourced to allow people to learn from, encourage collaboration and greatly improve the development of Timezone.io. You can fork, make contributions, modify the project and use parts of the code in your own project, but you cannot run this software on your own servers for the purpose of accepting signups and creating a competing service ;)