Of course I’m all about open programming and any tool that makes programming with others easier gets an ‘A+’ in my book. Koding sounds like just the right tool (but I haven’t had a chance to play with it first hand yet):
Koding is supposed to make the development process both easier and more social. Users build their projects in the browser, with a free development server that supports Java, NodeJS, Perl, Python, Ruby, C, C++, Go, and other languages. The company compares its features to Facebook or Yammer, allowing developers to share their code with each other, ask each other questions, and collaborate on projects that can be public or private.
The site was in private beta until now and is slowly opening its doors by giving each member a few invite to share with friends. Learn more at TechCrunch and if you get an invite let me know what you think!