The information on this page is intended for developers, programmers and others with an interest in open source technologies. The content assumes knowledge of programming and development technologies.
The National Broadband Map is an open source project and is to be released under the BSD license.
The source code is available directly from the subversion repository. The instructions below will guide you through setting it up on your own webserver. Please note that the site surrounding the map is not included. Following these instructions will give you a copy of the map within the default SilverStripe template, as shown at http://demo.silverstripe.com/ (link opens in a new window.)
The National Broadband Map is built on top of SilverStripe an open source content management system. The SilverStripe installation instructions may be helpful if you need further guidance on how to set it up. Link to the SilverStripe installation instructions (link opens in a new window.)
These instructions are targeted at developers familiar with Subversion and setting up web applications.
Patches for the National Broadband Map can submitted directly to SilverStripe. Link to instructions on how to submit patches (link opens in a new window.)