View Full Version : "Open Source" JavaScript Projects?

05-04-2004, 07:43 PM
As I mentioned over here (http://www.codingforums.com/showthread.php?t=38028), I'm working (or starting to work) on a javascript derivative calculator (to find the derivative of an equation). I think this is something that could have a wide variety of applications.

Would anyone be willing in helping me set up something like an "open source" project for calculus in JavaScript? I know it isn't quite the same as a normal open source project (since JavaScript isn't a compiled language), but I'm thinking we'd all include a link to the "open source" site for the project in whatever project we use it in, and that page would have links to each of our projects (sort of a mutual advertising arrangement).

Note that I'll probably eventually be using this in a commercial (educational, if that helps) product. If you're reluctant to help me in a commercial venture, I understand.

I see there are 1718 "JavaScript" projects on sourceforge.net, but it looks like at least some of those only include JavaScript as one component out of many.