A simple, to the point open source video trimmer for Linux, Windows and MacOS.
SemiCode OS is an upcoming Linux distributions exclusively for programmers and web developers.
Brazil will be using Windows 10, Windows Server and Microsoft Office instead of existing Open Source solutions in use.
This Open Source computer is what you need when you need ultimate security for your data.
FossHub: for all your free and open source software needs. Search and download Free and Open Source software at one place.
Is Fuchsia the beginning of a new era or just another OS?
Don’t be shocked. Microsoft’s PowerShell is now Open Source.
An Open Source Android app to protect your eyes and help you sleep better.
Open Source adoption is a growing trend in Europe. Lithuania has just joined the party.
The new version of Ardour audio editor brings a number of new features and improvements.
Get creative with these Adobe Style icons for Open Source creative applications such as Gimp.
First FSFE summit is coming up. Are you joining it?
Official and unofficial Slack clients for desktop Linux.
All government software will have to be Open Source.
Looking for a free video editor for Linux? Here are 5 choices for you.
Microsoft open-sourced Checked C, an extended version of C programming language.
Krita 3.0 released with focus on animation, GUI and speed.
In total 29 million Euro will be saved by switching to LibreOffice.
Popular note taking app Simplenote is now available in Linux desktop.
OS X means Open Source X.
The third installment of annual open source conference in Albania, OSCAL (abbreviation for Open Source Conference Albania) has been announced. OSCAL 2016 is scheduled for 14-15 May 2016. OSCAL is the first annual international conference in Albania organized to promote software freedom, open source software, free culture and open knowledge. It is organized by Open Labs, […]
Story of a miracle, Ali Miracle. A blind programmer who has a vision for Open Source.
Wolf in sheep’s clothing? Brave aims to control the ads to provide you better web experience.
An open source alternative to Android Wear.
This article is second in the series of “my experience with Linux and/or open source”. You can read the first story about Roy and how he uses Linux on a 13 years old laptop. If you want to share your story, feel free to contact me: Abhishek I’m Genes Mancio Acenas from Bato, Leyte Philippines, […]
Find out why GeekBox is the best Android TV box you can have.
To Linux, with love, from Microsoft.
It takes notes and it looks good. That’s it.
Mixxx 2.0 brings new features to DJ mixing. Installation instructions for Ubuntu included.
Free and Open Source alternative of Adobe Lightroom for Linux.
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Apple and Open Source toogether? Yes! Apple’s Swift programming language is now open source. This should not come as surprise because Apple had already announced it six months back. Apple announced the launch of open source Swift community came this week. A new website dedicated to the open source Swift community has been put in place with […]
There is no age to learn Linux. 70 years old Roy Davies shows us how he is reviving his 13 year old laptop with Linux.
Command line and GUI tool to convert written text into spoken words in Linux.
When we talk of email clients for Linux, generally the name of Thunderbird, Geary and Evolution come to our mind. To challenge the authority of these big players, a new open source email client is entering the market.
Crown Commercial Service, an executive arm of the Cabinet Office, has signed a deal with British Open Source software firm Collabora Productivity for Open Source office applications on desktop, mobile, and cloud.
Almost three years after MPlaayer 1.1, the new version of MPlayer has been released last week. MPlayer 1.2 brings up support for many new codecs in this release.
Maulana Azad University, located in historical city of Jodhpur, India, gears up for the 30th birthday of Free Software Foundation. Free Software Foundation is a non-profit organization that “promotes the universal freedom to study, distribute, create, and modify computer software” (quote by Wiki). It was founded by Richard Stallman, the father of free software movement, […]
How can I help Linux? This is a question often asked by Linux lovers who want to give it back to the community of GNU/Linux. Linux and Open Source both are heavily community oriented and if you think about helping Linux, it is indeed a sign of a real Linux lover. But this question is […]
OSSEC (Open Source Software ENSI Club), a student group dedicated to promote open source software at ENSI Tunisia, has launched the latest edition of their magazine.
Android is not the only option. Meet five open source Linux based Android alternatives.
Greece is in news for unfortunate reasons related to IMF and EU these days. But there is a good news coming from Greece for Open Source enthusiasts. The administration of Greek town Livadeia has decided to get rid of Microsoft Office for open source alternative LibreOffice. This switch to LibreOffice was announced in May this year […]
StackEdit is perhaps the most feature rich markdown editor ever. Find out why.
OPENSOURCECONF.ID 2015 is a community gathering event that brings open source activists, Linux enthusiasts and the IT community together in the Indonesian city of Pekanbaru. The conference will hold up to discuss issues related to contemporary IT Open Source Software, Linux, design, application, network, security, etc. The event coincides with the 231st anniversary of the city […]
We finally lived to see the day when Microsoft and Apple are making their products open source. Earlier Microsoft had announced the open sourcing of .NET programming language. Following the suit, Apple announced at WWDC15 that the new version of Apple’s flagship programming language Swift will be open source. “We think Swift is the next big […]
If you watch videos in a language other than your mother tongue, perhaps you know the value of subtitles. If you use DVDs or download movies/videos, it is easy to use subtitles with it. You can in fact search and add subtitles automatically with VLC. But things are not that rosy when it comes to […]
In last post, we saw an open source to-do app Go For It!. In a similar article, today we’ll see an open source note taking application Papyrus. Papyrus is a fork of Kaqaz note manager and is built on QT5. It brings a clean, polished user interface and is security focused (as it claims). Emphasizing on […]
How do you manage tasks and remember things in desktop Linux? I preferred using sticky notes in Ubuntu for a long time. But the problem I faced was syncing it with other devices, especially with my smartphone. This is the reason why went on with Google Keep. Now, Google Keep is feature rich app and […]
Italy seems to be winning the race to Open Source adoption, it seems. We have learned about how various Italian cities like Udine, Turin, Todi and Turni opted for open source alternatives of Microsoft office in the past. Now the news comes that Emilia-Romagna region in northern Italy is about to complete its switch to Apache […]
Looking for best programming editors in Linux? If you ask the old school Linux users, their answer would be Vi, Vim, Emacs, Nano etc. But I am not talking about them. I am going to talk about new age, cutting edge, great looking, sleek and yet powerful, feature rich best open source code editors for […]