Agorakit is a web based open source groupware for citizens initiatives.
By creating collaborative groups, people can discuss, organize events, store files and keep everyone updated when needed.
Agorakit is a forum, agenda, file manager, mapping tool and email notifier.

Create groups for your projects

You can create as many groups as you like, groups can be fully open or closed (membership approval required).

Manage a collaborative agenda

Each group has an agenda, you can display a complete agenda of every groups. iCal feed for each agenda ready to be imported elsewhere.

Geolocalize groups, people and events

Put everything on a nice map automatically. Map everyone, every group and every event as needed. Wake up the paranoid inside you.

Get an overview of your unread discussions and upcoming events

Every user get a dashboard where you can see every unread discussions. No more mailing list horror. Keep an archive of everything for new comers. Avoid being spammed with "me too" replies.

Receive email notifications at the rate YOU specify for each groups

aka "I don't want to be spammed for each comment in each group".
Everyone can decide how often to receive notifications, for each groups. Choose your level of involvment per group. Also known as "do not disturb me more than once a week"

Manage your files and links

Each groups has a file repository where you can store nice pictures of cute kittens, meetings summaries, links to shared documents, etc...

In use

Agorakit has been used successfully since 2015 for several citizen initiatives such as Tout autre chose, Hart boven hard and other intitiatives.


agorakit is released under the GPL licence. It is open source and can be freely extended and used by others.


This software is in use daily. The biggest install has more than thousand registered users.
While still in development, our hope are high that it will be useful to other initiatives. Join the team and help us fine tune the beast!


Please drop a line to info (at) to keep in touch.

Check the online demo or Get the code and documentation on Github