- Created on 2009-09-18
Website Cloning is not new thing for us, we have seen many website clones become visible after original concept becomes popular. ne of the most popular trends on the web today is something called "Micro-Blogging". Made famous by Twitter.com, Micro-blogging is the best and most simple solution to answering the everyday question, "What are you doing?".
Many people are trying to create Twitter clone websites. I have seen people asking on forums and websites for Twitter clone scripts. in this post we roundups the 8 best and free Open Source Twitter clone scripts build your owner micro blogging platform.
1. Laconica twitter clone | Demo | Download
Laconica is a open source twitter clone. It's not full published yet but it will work like twitter and you're able to run it on your own site. There's already a version running: http://identi.ca/
JaikuEngine is a social microblogging platform that runs on AppEngine. JaikuEngine powers Jaiku.com. For the mobile client source, see: Jaiku Mobile client
Pagecookery Microblog tag and list of Pagecookery Microblog sites.
Your business needs a private twitter. You can add several twitters account and use this twitter as a buckup of all your twitter accounts, and as a private twitter for all the members of your business. Sometimes you wont show all the things you are doing.
Ruby on Rails Open Source Twitter Clone Script. This is a group chat social network application. You can start conversations and connect wih other users while discussing it. It is possible to make a conversation read-only for presenting a content too.
Floopo enables to to create a micro blog (or what some would call a twitter clone) in just minutes. It comes with all the features you would expect but also includes some very cool features. For more details on the full list of feature see Micro blog features.
Sweetter is an opensource Twitter-like service (or Twitter clone, might better describe the service). It’s microblogging combined with Pligg style voting. So you can write whatever you want—about that pie you ate, or about a new site you found—however, if the crowd doesn’t like your posts, you can lose karma points.