We’re very happy to announce a new site we’ve been working on in the past year:
What is it?
jobberBase jobs is a search engine for jobs, worldwide!
We’re currently aggregating over 20 jobberBase-powered jobsites and are working towards extending our reach.
How to get listed
Job listings are 100% FREE.
In order to display job ads from a certain website, we only require access to an XML file containing all the jobs and that’s it!
Talk to us
If you run into any kind of problems or discover bugs on the site, please feel free to get in touch and we’ll answer gladly!
We’re also available for any type of inquiries.
That’s it .
Go check it out »
Ladies and Gentlemen,
It is my great pleasure to announce that jobberBase has been downloaded more than 20.000 times until know (in 11 months since it was launched)!
Seeing its increasing popularity (only positive reviews, wonderful personal feedback, increasing number of community members and activity), we’ve decided to bring jobberBase more into our focus and are therefore planning new stuff.
The most challenging item on our agenda is an Application/Module Store, similar to Apple’s iPhone App Store. We’ll allow developers to publish jobberBase modules and sell them to others, while keeping a symbolic transaction-based fee for ourselves.
And we plan to launch the store by the end of this year, so… fingers crossed!
Special thanks to our community members, for keeping this project alive!
I’ve just uploaded a bug-fix version, so check it out!
* Admin bug fix – activation/deactivation of ads now works;
* Search fix (a bit smarter now);
* SQL dump update: utf8_general_ci collation for the pages table (instead of latin1_swedish);
* Some other small bugs fixed.
It brings me great pleasure to give you our community’s new forum, at
Hopefully, FluxBB will prove itself better-suited than Vanilla, and community interaction will increase.
So go check it out, register a username and start using it!
Today, jobberBase joins a bunch of great open source apps in a list of 19 most essential open source apps!
This is amazing and I’m very happy about it!
P.S. Almost 20.000 downloads…
We’re extremely happy to announce that Jacques Crocker — “jedi” Rails developer — has just released version 0.0.0.0.1 of jobberBase ported to Ruby on Rails: JobberRails.
It’s open-source, of course, and available for download at github.com/jcnetdev/jobberrails/.
There’s also a hosted demo of the app on jobberrails.morphexchange.com and… it looks just like jobberBase!
The app is still in its infancy and anyone is WELCOME to join the development.
This is really great news!
Since the launch of jobberBase, back in October 2007, it was downloaded over 10.000 times. Wow!
This alone is an impressive figure but, what I would really want to know is the actual conversion rate:
How many downloads ended up in real websites based on jobberBase?
I personally know of about 20-30 sites, but that’s it.
If you run a site on jobberBase, would you be so kind to let me know? Just drop a quick e-mail with the URL at hello [at] jobberbase.com and I’d be very grateful.
Thank you everyone, especially those who get involved in the community!
Having fixed a lot of bugs reported in 1.4 beta, I’m glad to announce the launch of a bug-fix (mainly) version of jobberBase!
If you’re running 1.4 beta and have made customizations, you can probably live without this update.
However, newcomers will skip a few bugs, happy them!
One more thing: I’ve added a “powered by” link in the footer, with a link to jobberbase.com. You’re not required to keep it, but I’ll sure appreciate it if you do!
Two days later, to my astonishment, I found out that he did:
Yes, no typo, it’s true: someone is developing a jobberBase port for Ruby on Rails!
How amazing is that!?
Thank you, Jacques and keep us updated on the process!