Two days ago, I made a website called apps.safenetwork.org.
The goal of this website is to make it easy to see important information about SAFE Apps that are built by the community.
For each SAFE App, you can see:
- a link to the main website associated with the SAFE App
- the forum username of the person to contact (e.g. if you want to get involved) as well as a link to the forum profile of that person. This could enable interested people to contact that person via a private message on the forum.
- a short description of the SAFE App
- a link to the GitHub repository containing the source code of the SAFE App and the name of the license (e.g. MIT, GPL, etc.)
- a link to a Twitter account associated with the SAFE App
- a link to a discussion forum or a discussion topic about the SAFE App
- the development status of the SAFE App (Concept, Work In Progress, Demo, Working Prototype, Live, Abandoned, On Hold, Stealth Mode or Unknown)
- the date when the information about the SAFE App was last updated
apps.safenetwork.org only contains 3 apps at the moment, but I am open to any suggestions. If you click on the information icon next to the search bar, you will find a link to a submission form which you can use to submit new apps (or to update existing apps). Feel free also to just contact me by private message on the forum or on Riot.
And I am able to use a Python script to synchronize a Google Spreadsheet (it contains the data about the SAFE Apps) with the MongoDB database of Meteor.
Their website contains 134 dapps at the moment and as you can see, it looks really nice!
I hope to see apps.safenetwork.org grow to hundreds of SAFE Apps over the next few months