How much open-source symfony-driven projects do you know? I guess I know only Jobeet and Askeet. But I believe that with such powerfull open-source framework there must be a lot of open-source projects. So I’ve decided to investigate and goes here:
Not too much in Open-source section but lets see what we have there (except already mentioned Jobeet and Askeet).
Steer CMS – “is a state of the art Open Source content management system which offers a number of features and benefits.”
This project looks like working but did not really interest me as it uses symfony 1.0, slowly developing (due to their Wiki timeline), and I dont really see the reason to use full-featered CMS written in symfony. There are enough solutions on market.
sfShop – “is constantly growing open source on-line shop e-commerce platform based on Symfony framework.”
Their site does not work 🙁
Bookmark Project – “sample bookmarking system” This is something really old and mostly in Japaneese.. must be something usefull though 😛
Bartertown – “Bartertown is an open source online auction package. It’s goal is to connect buyers with sellers in a specific geographical area, and to get the sellers the best price possible for high demand items.” – interesting but not active project though. very old.
– ” open-source forum engine written in PHP5 and Symfony. It focuses on usability to offer an alternative user experience to online discussions. Light-weight, fast and secure, Motilee is easy to install and run.” – Looks like another one dead project. No activity since 2007
I felt real disappointment until now but here goes some more promising projects. They are new but quickly developing/growing. All three projects are usefull itself and for learning purposes as well. They have good strcutured plugins structure and interesting external libraries.
qubit-toolkit – “Qubit is a fully web-based toolkit that allows institutions such as archives, libraries, museums, and art galleries to manage and host web-based collections of information resources. Qubit supports multi-lingual and multi-repository collections.”
ullright – “ullright is a framework and application suite providing helpful tools to support workflows and company-internal organisation in general.”
sflimetracker – “A BitTorrent tracker written in the Symfony PHP framework”
But why only 3 worth attention open-source applications? This list should be increased and we want to participate. How do you think what is “must be” list of open-source applications for every framework? And which ones would be good to have for symfony?