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Supposing I want to do some kind of project, but I want to find more people interested in that area that can develop some project with me, there is some website focused on this?

Example: "I want to develop action games for mobiles" or "Want to find web developers for a new social network focused on blah blah blah".

This already exists?

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  • I think there is, but I can't recall the name. I'm hoping someone else remembers it
    – CaffGeek
    Sep 29 '11 at 15:44
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    Isn't StackOverflow and Programmers SE enough ? :P Sep 29 '11 at 16:17
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    @dysoco Ha! ... Try posting a question about a project you want to develop and looking for interested developers and see how fast you get closed and how many downvotes you get. If there is one thing SO is not, it's tolerant. (But that is not necessarily a bad thing)
    – AJC
    Sep 29 '11 at 16:35
  • Hi Renato Dinhani Conceição, recommendation lists are off-topic here.
    – user8
    Sep 29 '11 at 17:16
  • @Mark Trapp I don't asking about who is the best. I want to know if exists: "Yes, exists, this site: ..." or "No, don't exists". This is because I searched and never found something like this. Sep 29 '11 at 17:57
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Check out Ohloh.

Learn what people are using and contributing to. See what's going on inside an open source project. Follow what your friends are coding

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Yeah, check out Github ... It a version control system but with a social factor and a developer community.

Check out the community features of github: https://github.com/features/community

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  • I love Github and use it for my projects, but IMO Github isn't really meant for gaging interest on an idea unless you're prepared to start coding said idea without any initial feedback. Sep 29 '11 at 17:41

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