The premise is pretty clear: Binpress is a marketplace for source-code. Developers can buy and sell their code packages to each other.
Hey, they even have some WordPress-powered pieces of code, like WP Auctions, which is a bit weird since you can buy it directly off their own site here. I suppose Binpress doesn’t have an exclusivity clause.
Binpress is trying to change some of the perspectives of selling “open source” software:
Market Share Report has released their findings of the Open Source CMS market and it’s no surprise that WordPress is rapidly growing in nearly all categories.
Check out this chart of downloads:
Above is a video sharing some of the Open Source accomplishments and work done by Google last year. It’s a fascinating (and sometimes slow) interview but perhaps worth a look.
2. Make Open Easy, License Defragmentation, What Makes Open Source Projects Succeed
5. Shares thoughts on his career and being the Open Source Program Manager at Google.
Fruml is a free PHP CMS that’s been used by designers, developers, and everyone in between.
It’s build on industry standards using PHP, MySQL and jQuery. Additional features include:
- Media Management
- Flexible Page Structure
- WYSIWYG Editor
- And more
Check out these screens:
It’s vitally important that you trust and believe me when I say that you should never download any “free” WordPress Themes via a search return for those keywords in Google.
You’ll get stuck with a corrupt and perhaps malicious piece of software, despite how “cool” the Theme really looks! Please read this great article diving deep into the reasons why for more info.