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Novena Main Page - Studio Kousagi Wiki
Novena is the codename for an open computing platform. It is a work in progress, but nearing a point where we think it could be viable for public release.
hardware  diy  hacks  laptops  embedded  opensource 
january 2014 by deusx
BrewPony Coffee Powers The Interwebs | BrewPony
If you’re in the United States and have ever contributed to a Free/Open Source project in any way, please email our hospitality Ponies telling them to which project(s) you’ve contributed and how and we’ll email you back with a coupon code worth 10% off any BrewPony product. For as long as you (or we) live.
to:fb  opensource  coffee  discounts  devs 
september 2013 by deusx
Building my Own Laptop « bunnie's blog
We are building an open laptop, with some wacky features in it for hackers like me.
novena  bunnie  laptops  diy  hardware  engineering  opensource 
may 2013 by deusx
Why Mozilla Matters | Brendan Eich
This is an extended essay on the news out of Norway yesterday. See the closing for encouragement toward Opera and its fans, whatever the open source projects they choose to join, from me on behalf of Mozilla.
mozilla  opera  webkit  gecko  webdev  browsers  firefox  opensource 
february 2013 by deusx
Be Cordial or Be on Your Way
RT @lxt: Also, @kennethreitz says it so much more eloquently than I could:
dev  opensource  oss 
january 2013 by deusx
sabredav - SabreDAV is a WebDAV framework for PHP - Google Project Hosting
SabreDAV allows you to easily add WebDAV support to a PHP application. SabreDAV is meant to cover the entire standard, and attempts to allow integration using an easy to understand API.
php  webdev  webdav  dav  opensource 
december 2011 by deusx
Your Community is NOT Your Tools. @ iBanjo
(Note the ASF isn’t alone in this insanity. Others have told me that FSF projects are forced to use the Savannah collaborative platform, whether they want to or not. Crazy! Repeat after me, folks: your community is not your tools.)
asf  apache  subversion  git  opensource  community  collaboration 
november 2011 by deusx
Pelican — Pelican v2 documentation
Pelican is a simple weblog generator, writen in python.
publishing  blogging  python  markdown  opensource  cms 
november 2011 by deusx
Open Source (Almost) Everything
Should we open source Grit or keep it proprietary?

Keeping it private would provide a higher hurdle for competing Ruby-based Git hosting sites, giving us an advantage. Open sourcing it would mean thousands of people worldwide could use it to build interesting Git tools, creating an even more vibrant Git ecosystem.

After a small amount of debate we decided to open source Grit. I don't recall the specifics of the conversation but that decision nearly four years ago has led to what I think is one of our most important core values: open source (almost) everything.
git  grit  github  opensource  culture  business 
november 2011 by deusx
How Microsoft Learned to Stop Worrying and (Almost) Love Open Source | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
Microsoft recently gave some code to the Samba project -- one of the company's traditional open source enemies. The move is a sign that when it comes to open source, Microsoft has changed.
ttrss  shared  samba  opensource  msft 
november 2011 by deusx
XAuth
"XAuth is an open platform for extending authenticated user services across the web."
xauth  identity  social  opensource  socialnetworking  webdev  from delicious
may 2010 by deusx
Public Open Source Services / FrontPage
"You use the same Google Merchant account that App Engine debits as the one that accepts donations. This way no bank account is involved. Then you track the money that goes into the account (using the Google Merchant IPN equivalent). Then you look at your usage stats from the App Engine panel and predicate future usage trends. Then calculate the cost per month. Then divide the cash in the account by that and you have how long the service will run. You make this visible on all pages (at the bottom, say) that this service will run for X months, "Pay now to keep it running." You accept any amount, but you are completely clear about what the costs are. And this is all automated."
opensource  saas  services  cloud  api  appengine  webhooks  from delicious
january 2010 by deusx
SimpleText.ws — Your writing synced online
"Your writing, notes, and to-do lists online. SimpleText.ws stores your text and keeps it synced between your work, home, and devices like the iPhone. Unlike manual syncing, SimpleText.ws merges your changes so you'll never lose data."
apis  text  simpletext  writing  opensource  service  from delicious
november 2009 by deusx
TaskFreak! web based task manager / todo list written in PHP
"TaskFreak! is a simple but efficient web based task manager written in PHP."
taskfreak  php  gtd  tasks  apps  lamp  opensource  productivity  projectmanagement 
july 2009 by deusx
Sugar Activities
Uses the open source software powering addons.mozilla.org "Activities extend Sugar, letting you personalize your experience. Take a look around and make Sugar your own."
amo  sugar  olpc  opensource  addons  activities 
june 2009 by deusx
Home - Pencil Project
"With the power of the underlying Mozilla Gecko engine, Pencil turns your excellent Firefox 3 browser into a sketching tool with just a 400-kilobyte installation package. "
pencil  mozilla  prototyping  design  gui  opensource 
june 2009 by deusx
Dreamwidth Studios
"Dreamwidth Studios is an Open Source social networking, content management, and personal publishing platform. Our mission in life is to make it easy for you to share the things you make, and easy to find the people who are making the things you want to enjoy. ... Dreamwidth Studios is based upon the LiveJournal codebase offered by LiveJournal, Inc. We've taken the LiveJournal server code and updated, modernized, and streamlined it -- and we make all of our changes available under an Open Source license."
dreamwidth  livejournal  opensource  metablogging 
april 2009 by deusx
Eucalyptus
"Elastic Utility Computing Architecture for Linking Your Programs To Useful Systems - is an open-source software infrastructure for implementing "cloud computing" on clusters. The current interface to EUCALYPTUS is compatible with Amazon's EC2 interface, but the infrastructure is designed to support multiple client-side interfaces. EUCALYPTUS is implemented using commonly available Linux tools and basic Web-service technologies making it easy to install and maintain"
eucalyptus  cloud  amazon  ec2  opensource  software  infrastructure  hosting 
february 2009 by deusx
Quetzalcoatal: A public service announcement
"If your code will be seen by the world at large, one of your first tasks should be to write documentation. Document all functions as soon as you write them (before is also helpful). Provide samples on how to use code as soon as you finish a module (or earlier, if possible). Do not wait until your 5.0 release. Do not wait until your 1.0 release. Do not even wait until your 0.5 release. Do it as you write your code. The sooner, the better."
mozilla  documentation  opensource  comments  coding  programming 
november 2008 by deusx
gaeunit - Google Code
"GAEUnit is a unit test framework that helps to automate testing of your Google App Engine application. With a single configuration change (it can be completed within 30 seconds), your unit tests can be run in the real GAE app server environment using a web browser. "
googleappengine  google  gae  webdev  testing  python  opensource 
november 2008 by deusx
pagetable.com » Blog Archive » Commodore BASIC as a Scripting Language for UNIX and Windows - now Open Source
"Today, we are releasing Commodore BASIC as a Scripting Language - it works on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X 10.4/10.5 (Intel and PowerPC), and you even get the source, so you can adapt it to other operating systems and CPUs."
oldschool  basic  c64  scripting  holycrap  nifty  vintage  opensource  retro  commodore64 
november 2008 by deusx
-=SUbWAY=- » Blog Archive » TWiki is dead, long live TWiki!
"Although the events are sad in one way, it is refreshing to finally see twiki.net take a definitive stand against the community, making explicit what has been implicit in their behaviour. The project can now be taken out of limbo. Most (if not all) of the active contributors have jumped ship and gotten on the fork bandwagon. There’s a great number of features lined up that people didn’t commit during the governance crisis, for fear of being taken advantage over by TWiki.net. They have proven again and again that marketing the hard work of community volunteers as their own is not below them."
twiki  wikis  opensource  forks 
october 2008 by deusx
Vienna
"Vienna is a freeware, open source RSS/Atom newsreader for the Mac OS X operating system. It provides features comparable to commercial newsreaders, but both it and the source code are freely available for download."
vienna  aggregators  rss  atom  osx  oss  opensource  software 
september 2008 by deusx
Cross-Browser.com
Wow, "X" - what an unsearchably-named framework. "X is a collection of loosely-bound, cross-browser, Javascript functions and objects. It is intended to be a resource from which you pick and choose - you do not have to include the entire library in your application. It contains core DOM/Style functions, unobtrusive enhancements, utility functions, objects such as menus and tab panels, and also has some experimental stuff. I've been developing this library since 2001 (I started its predecessor around 1999). Thanks to thousands of people like yourself X has been extensively tested on a wide range of operating systems and browsers. Thanks to your contributions X continues to improve, grow and evolve."
javascript  webdev  frameworks  x  ajax  opensource 
august 2008 by deusx
quilt - Summary [Savannah]
"The scripts allow to manage a series of patches by keeping track of the changes each patch makes. Patches can be applied, un-applied, refreshed, etc." Checkpoint and maintain floating uncommitted work-in-progress changes as a stack of patches atop a moving-target project.
quilt  dev  programming  opensource  sourcecode  management 
august 2008 by deusx
Ma.gnolia Blog: The Open Road Ahead
At one point, I thought something like this would've been a good idea for Delicious. But, I never took time to think it through or make a case for it. Could be a horrible idea for all I know. It'll be interesting to see where and how far this goes: "As we develop M2, it means we’ll be posting the code for most pieces in the open and having regular discussions on both technical and non-technical subjects to get input from the community and to share our progress. ... Once M2 is launched, the open source aspects can be downloaded and run as a self-administered installation that can be independent or federated with other installations, including Ma.gnolia.com."
magnolia  opensource  socialsoftware  bookmarking 
august 2008 by deusx
Accton Mini-Router - Open-Mesh Web Store
"Our small mini-router comes pre-flashed with RO.B.IN open-source mesh firmware and is ready to plug in and use. No configuration is necessary."
opensource  robin  mesh  networking 
march 2008 by deusx
An Amazing Mind: The REAL reason we use Linux
"Let me say that again. It's fun to use the command line."
linux  opensource  oss  nerd  geek 
march 2008 by deusx
Interop News - Interop News - A Microsoft secret plan for Yahoo's open source?
"What an irony it will be if Microsoft ends up using Yahoo’s open source software platform as a stick to beat Google."
msft  yahoo  google  opensource 
february 2008 by deusx
tesseract-ocr - Google Code
"one of the most accurate open source OCR engines available"
tesseractocr  ocr  google  opensource  software 
january 2008 by deusx
open...: Proprietary Software Does Not Scale
"The whole point about cloud computing is that it has to be effectively infinite - the more people want, the more they get. You can't do that with software that requires some kind of licensing payment, unless it's flat-fee."
software  cloud  distributed  opensource  msft  ibm  google 
november 2007 by deusx
Humanized > Weblog: Ten Ways to Make More Humane Open Source Software
"Do ... 1. Get a Benevolent Dictator ... 2. Make the Program Usable In Its Default State ... 3. Design Around Tasks ... 4. Write a Plug-In Architecture ... 5. User Testing, User Testing, User Testing!!"
oss  opensource  programming  humane 
october 2007 by deusx
AADL Open-Source Software | Ann Arbor District Library
"We do quite a bit of software development at AADL, and some of the work we've done may be of interest or use to other libraries."
aadl  annarbor  michigan  software  opensource  oss  libraries 
september 2007 by deusx
MLC Blog » Is Michigan ready for Evergreen?
"whether we would consider running Evergreen, the open source ILS used by public libraries in Georgia."
michigan  libraries  opensource  ils 
august 2007 by deusx
Open-ILS.org | Home of the Evergreen ILS.
"This is information central for Evergreen, an enterprise-class Integrated Library System (ILS)." Like, for libraries with actual books.
libraries  ils  opensource  oss 
august 2007 by deusx
Silly season [dive into mark]
"Sigh. I used to have the strength to argue against such foolishness. Nowadays I’m reduced to nothing more than Grey’s-Anatomy-esque catchphrases."
funny  silverlight  apollo  opensource  flash  microsoft  adobe 
may 2007 by deusx
Flex:Open Source - Adobe Labs
"Adobe is announcing plans to open source Flex under the Mozilla Public License (MPL). This includes not only the source to the ActionScript components from the Flex SDK, which have been available in source code form with the SDK since Flex 2 was released
flex  flash  adobe  opensource  mpl 
april 2007 by deusx
Official Linden Blog » Blog Archive Embracing the Inevitable «
Interesting. Important to note that this is the Viewer client being released, and not a hosting solution. Maybe that'll be yet to come, or reverse engineered soon.
secondlife  gpl  opensource 
january 2007 by deusx
OPML Editor support:
"The OPML Editor is an open source application, developed in C, released under the GPL."
opml  opensource  dev  webdev  frontier 
february 2006 by deusx
Code Is Not An Asset [@lesscode.org]
"What's interesting is the open-source movement is kind of our first proof that code in fact is not an asset. What is your companys asset is the experience and knowledge that the people who have built your code have gathered during the construction of tha
opensource  programming  dev  compsci 
september 2005 by deusx
OSFlash [Open Source Flash]
"Welcome to the OSFlash – the Open Source Flash site."
flash  webdev  opensource 
august 2005 by deusx
open_source_flash_projects [OSFlash]
"This aims to be a comprehensive list of links to Open Source Flash projects, both those hosted on OSFlash and elsewhere."
flash  opensource  dev  programming  webdev  tools 
august 2005 by deusx
IBM backs open-source Web software | CNET News.com
"IBM is putting its corporate heft behind a popular open-source Web development technology called PHP, in a move meant to reach out to a broader set of developers."
php  opensource 
march 2005 by deusx
The Tao of Mac - blog/2005-01-13
"I've selected ten [Open Source Projects] that you can use on your desktop or as part of your toolkit on a daily basis"
opensource 
january 2005 by deusx
PostgreSQL 7.4
"The latest version of PostgreSQL has new features that you'll want to play with"
opensource  programming 
june 2004 by deusx
Axis of Ævil » The Feng Shui of CPAN
"...if you see a mirror with google ads or other advertising, know that it is not to be called a CPAN mirror."
opensource  perl 
june 2004 by deusx
PearPC - PowerPC Architecture Emulator
Boot OS X on Intel! (If you're willing to wait 12 hours just to get to the boot screen)
opensource  osx  windows 
may 2004 by deusx
On a Wing and a Wiki
"When burglars brought down the Internet link to Ziff Davis' Manhattan offices, open-source software—and Sean Gallagher's personal Web server—kept eWEEK.com's stories flowing."
opensource  wiki 
may 2004 by deusx
NanoBlogger
"NanoBlogger is a small weblog engine written in Bash, that uses common unix tools, such as cat, grep and sed." Looks like Blosxom has some competition in the Unix-philosophy-of-blogging category
gnu  metablogging  opensource 
february 2004 by deusx

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