The Vampire Diaper Club has made a few changes to its book club, but it hasn’t given up on its ambition to be the best of the best.

In an interview with India Today, the club’s founder, Rahul Choudhury, said the group has not only made major changes to the structure of the club, it also had an open source version of its bookshop in its house.

“We are building a new house and it’s a small house and we have open source software for everybody to use,” he said.

He said the new house will have a more open-source feel and be a repository for information about the book clubs’ various publications.

“When the house is up and running, we will be publishing the most relevant and useful information on our website,” he added.

The new house, he said, will have an online database that includes book clubs publications, books and other books from around the world.

He said that he wanted to build a book club of books that people can enjoy, rather than books that they need to pay to buy.

“What we want is to build books that can help people to enjoy reading books and that they can share with friends and relatives,” he told India Today.