About OpenComparison (formerly Packaginator)
It's all about grids
Comparison grids are the main feature of OpenComparison.
The code is 100% open-source. Package data is available via an open API.
Your data is never locked into someone else's system. It's available to you should the need arise.
You can even deploy your own instances of OpenComparison for your own projects, or for internal use at your company.
All we ask is that you contribute back patches and bug-fixes, if your company allows it.
Anyone can add/edit packages and grids on any OpenComparison site. It's sort of like Wikipedia for package comparison grids, but a lot more structured.
Sites so far
We're slowly launching one site at a time, starting with the various Python open-source communities. Here are all the current OpenComparison sites:
- Django Packages
- Pyramid Packages
- Plone Packages (we especially need your help adding packages to this)
Want an OpenComparison site for your open-source community? Request one by tweeting at @open_comparison, and we'll see what we can do to help you, either now or in the future.
Packages are what you add to grids.