The Open Source Haggadah Project is the first in a series of experiments in religious participation called Open Source Judaism.
We propose that Judaism is not simply a religion to be believed in, but one to be considered, discussed, and evolved. Jewish texts and rituals are not closed, but open to commentary, disagreement, and even revision. Judaism was established as a form of inquiry rather than a set of answers - yet, due to many circumstances - this spirit of inquiry has waned over the past several decades, particularly in America.
The Open Source Judaism project means to invigorate inquiry into Jewish texts and the expansion and education of a world of commentators. We begin with this launch of the prototype site for, and will eventually follow-up with an Open Source Torah, as well as open source versions of other sacred texts.

WireRimmed provided the content management system which runs the site. The site design was provided by the fortyfour, inc.