Data & feeds aggregation

Winchester Green Party

I co-founded Winchester Green Party in 2007, and stood in several city and county elections. In that time I also built the local party a website that could keep voters up to date with campaigns, news and other elections as they happened. It has a members-only area and a clean custom theme designed by me, and recently I extended the campaigns section.

I'm not involved with party politics any more (not my thing it turns out!), but I continue to provide moral and technical support, plus hosting for Winchester Green Party's website.

Energy Bulletin

Energy Bulletin is a HUGE site with tens of thousands of pages and many, many daily visitors. I didn't create this site, but I took over maintenance and development a couple of years back.

Sustainable Dorset

Originally built to replace DA21's (Dorest Agenda 21) website and directory of sustainable organisations, this is a big site that allows visitors to see all that's going on in the sustainability realm within Dorset, UK.

The site covers many streams of content, from news and events to funding, training, resources, plus the improved "Directory of Sustainable Organisations". Each content item can be related to others, and indeed to the area within Dorset or the topic it matches.

Transition Network: Project Sharing Engine

Another Transition Network project, and funded by the Nominet Trust... We're currently in the design phase of an ambitious project to investigate the idea that sharing an interface to a website would allow the sharing of knowledge and resources around the web. This is the interactive 'son of' the existing News Sharing Engine.

Transition Network: News Sharing Engine

As part of Phase III of the Transition Network web project, I built a stand alone aggregation engine that could collate and disseminate news from around the Transition Network.

Transition Network

The Transtion Network website is has been my biggest and most complicated web project to date. It was split into 5 phases beginning in September 2009 with the import and move from their old Transition Towns wiki to a new Drupal-based site. Later stages improved the site and added capacity, with the last phase ending December 2012.

It is big, well used and has a rich set of features including:

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I'm involved with, and support, the Drupal community:

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