Hacker Zone
tools made for hackerspaces

A SpaceAPI status client for the OS X status bar.

This app was made by Andreas Pfohl (@andreaspfohl) from Netz39 and is hosted on spaceapi-osx.apfohl.de .

The source code is available on Github .

You see a timeline of the status for each hackerspace and at what time the hackerspace is most propably open..

This app was made by Sebastian Mai (@bastinat0r) from Netz39 and is hosted on spacestatus.bastinat0r.de .

The source code is available on Github .

On a 3D globe the sticks represent hackerspace locations while the color shows if it's open.

This app was made by Joe Walnes (@joewalnes) and is hosted on joewalnes.github.io .

The source code is available on Github .

Be up-to-date with the hackerspace wall. Check the tweet per hour meter, monitor the tweets and observe the space states - all in one page ...

This app was made by Trevor Power (@trevormpower) from miLKlabs and is hosted on hackerspaces.me .

The source code is available on Github .

Not only on websites but also natively in firefox with the Hacker's OpenSpace add-on will the space state be shown as a red or green dot. This add-on is compatible with firefox 5 to 16.

This app was made by Romain Schmitz (@slopjong) from syn2cat and is hosted on addons.mozilla.org .

The source code is available on Github .

Check the space state everywhere with the My Hackerspace android app. Select your space and start monitor it.

This app was made by Aubort Jean-Baptiste (@jbaubort) from fixme and is hosted on play.google.com .

The source code is available on Github .

OpenSpaceLint is the Space API validator which tells you what's wrong with your implementation. The validator can be extended by plugins. Beside the validator OpenSpaceLint also provided the directory. In May 2013 OpenSpaceLint has been decoupled and is now integrated with the website as an app.

This app was made by Romain Schmitz (@slopjong) from syn2cat and is hosted on openspace.slopjong.de .

The source code is available on Github .

No X? No smartphone? No problem with the Gnome Shell Extension!

This app was made by Gerard Ryan (@grdryn) from 091 Labs.

The source code is available on Gitorious .