Teams are used to organize the work of the lib.reviews community, whether it's by topic or skillset. Check out the list below and join as many teams as you want.
Reviewing development tools and languages
Reviews for linux users looking at buying new hardware
To post reviews on linux compatibility for hardware to inform those looking to know how well their hardware will be supported before they buy.
Reviews for apps on f-droid
A team for reviewing apps on the f-droid app store for android proving users with advice for finding the best apps.
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Helpu nin recenzi ĉiajn Esperantaĵojn: Zamenhof-Esperanto objektoj (ZEOj), retejoj, kursoj, eventoj kaj tiel plu!
Edu by Video
Have a few minutes to learn something? We've got you covered!
We find the best educational videos on YouTube, Vimeo, and similar sites – and also tell you about the bad ones. We review both individual videos and whole channels
Raw fish, best fish
We rate sushi establishments all over the world, so we know if they’re worth visiting.
The most direct path to growing human understanding
There are many free and paid resources for learning languages; our goal is to identify the best ones for different languages.
Live and let live!
To review all vegetarian and vegan foods, clothing, bars, restaurants, markets, fairs and pretty much anything else.
We look for quality sources of news and analysis in the public interest
We believe the profit motive harms the integrity of information in news media. It incentivizes sensationalism and introduces coverage biases toward owners and advertisers.
We’re on the look-out for media sources that follow a different funding model or are entirely volunteer-driven.
Highly reviewed national or international English language media are added to this Twitter list, which lets you easily subscribe to the whole batch or follow individual ones you care about.
Our current top 5 to review:
Welcome to the engine room!
We develop the
lib.reviews platform. That’s both server-side and client-side code and design (!), as well as any additional tools, apps, etc. If you’re technically minded but want to help more with docs, developer outreach, user needs analysis, you’re also more than welcome to join.
For now we use this team primarily to keep a diary of our work.
Less spam, more knowledge
We try to find the best email newsletters available.