CIETmap

CIETmap is open source software under development by the CIET group to help build the community voice into planning. CIETmap integrates epidemiological analysis tools with raster and vector mapping capabilities geared towards decision-making for planners. It includes a Windows interface with the statistical programming language, R .

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Chromium Embedded Framework

The Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF) is an open source framework for embedding a web browser engine based on the Chromium core. It is a convenient way to add web browser control and Implement an HTML5 -based GUI layout in a desktop app or web browser to Provide capabilities to a software app or game , and the infrastructure Provides developers need to Quickly add HTML rendering and JavaScript to a …

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Cheat Engine

Cheat Engine , Commonly abbreviated as CE, is an open source memory scanner / hex editor / debugger created by Eric Heijnen ( “Dark Byte”) for the Windowsoperating system. [3] Cheat Engine is used for cheating in computer games , and is sometimes modified and recompiled to evade detection . This program resembles L. Spiro’s Memory Hacking Software , TSearch, and ArtMoney. It searches for values ​​input by the user with a wide variety of options …

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Chamilo

Chamilo is a free software (under GNU / GPL licensing) e-learning and content management system, avocation at Improving Access to education and knowledge globally. It is backed up by the Chamilo Association, which has objectives including the promotion of the software, the maintenance of a clear communication channel and the building of a network of services providers and software contributors.

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Ceph (software)

In computing , Ceph (pronounced / s ɛ f / gold / k ɛ f / ), a free-software storage platform , implements object storage distributed was single computer cluster , and Provides interfaces for object-, block- and file – Level storage. Ceph distributed completely Call AIMS Primarily for operation without a single point of failure , scalable to the exabyte level, and freely available.

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CD3WD

CD3WD was a project that focused on assisting in third world development by making technical documents and other relevant information available to all people. Created by Alex Weir in 2003, [1] the concept was to share useful DIY guides and technical information for free using CDs . The name CD3WD comes from “CD for the Third World Development”. In later versions of the project the …

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Camlistore

Camlistore ( C ontent- A ddressable M ulti- L ayer I ndexed Stor age ) is a set of open source formats, protocols, and software for modeling, storing, searching, sharing and synchronizing data. Influenced by the relative short time blogging and storage platforms. Uncategorized Uncategorized Uncategorized Uncategorized Uncategorized Uncategorized

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Cameleon (software)

Cameleon is a live video streaming software and iOS app that allows users to broadcast live content to various social media platforms, including Facebook and YouTube . [2] [3] [4] [5] Users connect to the Availability of annual Service using a digital camera and a computer over platforms Including YouTube Live , Facebook Live , Tumblr , RTSP , RTMP , Wowza Streaming Engine , Adobe Flash Media Server and Various media servers .

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Free software in Kerala

The state of Kerala , India has had an active free software community since early 1980s. [1] The initial users were those who started using TeX in the city of Thiruvananthapuram . Subsequent free software users groups in Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and around engineering colleges [2] in the state. The Free software community in Kerala was instrumental in creating a policy environment that was biased towards Free software. [3] The government of Kerala policy on Free software gives …

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Free software in India

The history of Free Software in India can be seen from three different perspectives – the growth of Free Software use, the growth of Free Software communities , the adoption of policies by the Free Software gouvernements. India was quite late to the free software szene [1] with adoption and penetration growing Reviews towards the end of 1990’s [1] with the formation of pockets of Free …

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Business models for open-source software

Open-source software is widely used both as independent applications and as components in non-open-source applications. Many independent vendors (ISVs), value-added resellers (VARs), and hardware vendors ( OEMs or ODMs ) use open-source frameworks , modules, and libraries inside their proprietary, for-profit products and services. [1] From a customer perspective, the ability to use open technology under commercial terms and support is valuable. They are entitled to pay for the legal protection, “commercial-grade QA”,

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Blueprint (CSS framework)

Blueprint is a CSS framework designed to reduce cross-browser compatibility when working with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). It is also possible to design and implement a CSS development tool. Blueprint is released under a modified version of the MIT License , making it free software . It Can Be Either used as is, or further Top adapté for use via a compression tool That is written in Ruby .

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Blue Obelisk

Blue Obelisk is an informal group of chemists Who Promote open data , open source , and open standards ; It was initiated by Peter Murray-Rust and others in 2005. [ 2] [3] Multiple open source pathformatics projects associate with the Blue Obelisk, among which, in alphabetical order, Avogadro , Bioclipse , cclib , Chemistry Development Kit , GaussSum , JChemPaint , JOELib , Kalzium , Openbabel , OpenSMILES , [4] and UsefulChem . [5]

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Blitz BASIC

Blitz BASIC refers to the programming language that was interpreted by the first Blitz compilers, by New Zealand -based developer Mark Sibly. Being derived from BASIC , Blitz syntax was designed to be easy to pick up for beginners. The languages ​​are game-programming oriented but are often found to be used for most types of application. The blitz language has evolved as new products have …

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Blackadder (named data networking)

Blackadder is free software networking software under the GNU General Public License . It is an implementation of an information-centric networking environment. It exports a publish-subscribe services model to applications qui Allows for publish and subscribe operations in a directed acyclic graph -based information model.

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BIDS Helper

BIDS Helper is a Visual Studio open source extension multiple with features That extend and Enhance business intelligence development functionality in all editions of Microsoft’s SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2008 R2 and 2012. [3] [4] BIDS Helper Improves the development environment for integration , Analysis and reporting services. [5] BIDS Helper is hosted on Microsoft’s open source project hosting website CodePlex . [6]

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BenMAP

The Environmental Benefits Mapping and Analysis Program ( BenMAP ) is an open source , Windows -based computer program created by the US Environmental Protection Agency That Estimates the health benefits from improvements in air quality . State, local and international users have used BenMAP to estimate the health benefits of improved air quality. BenMAP includes information users need to start performing a benefits analysis; Advanced users can …

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Barrelfish

Barrelfish is an experimental computer operating system developed by ETH Zurich with the assistance of Microsoft Research in Cambridge . [1] [2] [3] It is an experimental operating system designed from the ground up for scalability for computers with multi-core processors with the aim of reducing the compounding in the CPUs. Low level hardware information in a database , removing the necessity for driver software . [4] [5]

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Aubit-4GL

‘ IBM Informix-4GL with extensions ‘ is a free-ware, open-source, clone-compiler . [1] Free downloads are available. [2] This 4g generates Embedded SQL / C, which is further expanded into low level C (programming language) code by the C pre-processor and; Which in turn, is finally compiled into a specific CPU architecture.

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Arkos

Arkos Was a Linux distribution based is Arch Linux , designed Primarily for hosting websites and services are cheap ARM -based Devices Such As Raspberry Pi , cubieboard 2 Cubietruck gold BEAGLEBONE Black , with plan to expand to other platforms Such As x86. [2] [3] [4] [5]

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Archon (software)

Archon is an open source platform created by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign which is designed to allow archivalrepositories to more easily create and publish aids to their collections. It was created in response to a lack of easy methods for archivists to publish find aids online. While the archival community had encountered such encounters , it was difficult for the profession. [1] [2]

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APT (Debian)

The Advanced Package Tool , or APT , is a free software user interface that works with core libraries to handle the setup and removal of software on the Debian , Slackware and other Linux distributions . [3] APT simplifies the process of managing software on unix-like computer systems by automating the retrieval, configuration and installation of software packages , or from precompiled files or by compiling source code. [3]

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AppImage

AppImage is a format for distributing laptop software on Linux without needing superuser permissions to install the application . [1] It also provides a Linux distribution-diagnostic binary software deployment for application developers , [2] also called Upstream packaging. Released first in 2004 under the name klik , it was continuously developed since then, renamed in 2011 to PortableLinuxApps and 2013 to AppImage .

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Apache Phoenix

Apache Phoenix is an open source , massively parallel , relational database engine supporting OLTP for Hadoop using Apache HBase as its backing store. Phoenix provides a JDBC driver that hides the intricacies of the noSQL store enabling users to create, delete, and alter SQL tables, views, indexes, and sequences; Insert and delete rows singly and in bulk; And query data through SQL . [1] Phoenix compiles queries and other statements in native noSQL store …

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Apache Mynewt OS

Mynewt OS is a modular real-time operating system for connected Internet of things (IoT) [1] devices that must operate for long times under power, memory, and storage constraints. It is free and open source software incubating under the Apache Software Foundation , [2] with source code distributed under the Apache License 2.0 , a permissive license that is conducive to commercial adoption of open-source software . [3]

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Apache Kafka

Apache Kafka is an open-source file processing platform developed by the Apache Software Foundation in Scala and Java . The project aims to provide a unified, high-throughput, low-latency platform for handling real-time data feeds. Its storage layer is essentially a massively scalable pub / sub message queue architected as a distributed transaction log, ” [3] making it highly valuable for enterprise infrastructures to process streaming data. Additionally, Kafka connects to …

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AOKP

AOKP , short for Android Open Kang Project , is an open-source replacement for smartphones and tablet computers based on the Android mobile operating system . The name is a play on the word kang (slang for stolen code) and AOSP (Android Open Source Project). The name was a joke, but it stuck. [1] It was started as free and open source software by Roman Birg on the official releases of Android Open Source Project by Google , with added original and …

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Amiga E

Amiga E , or very often simply E , is a programming language created by Wouter van Oortmerssen on the Amiga . He Has Moved On to Develop since the SHEEP programming language for the new AmigaDE platformand the CryScript language (Also Known As DOG) used During the development of the video game Far Cry .

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AlternC

AlternC is a set of open source Web Hosting server management software for Linux / UNIX-like systems, Whose aim is to Promote Self hosting by Individuals or small structures and Provide icts users with an easy web-based to interface manages a web and email Server (and other Internet-based services). Its main specificity is to provide its users with a non-technical web interface. It also …

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Aguaclara

AguaClara is an engineering based project team within Cornell University’s Civil and Environmental Engineering Department [1] that designs sustainable water treatment plants using open source technology . The programs’ aims are to improve drinking water quality through innovative research, knowledge transfer, open source engineering and design of sustainable, replicable water treatment systems. ” [2] AguaClara plants are unique among municipal-scale facilities in which they have no electrical …

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Adoption of free and open source software by public institutions

The use of free software instead of proprietary software can give institutions better control over information technology. Therefore, a growing number of public institutions started a transition to free software solutions. This does not only grant independence but can address the often argued need for public access to publicly funded developments. In addition, this is the only way that …

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Other deleted articles (not mine) Deleted article: International Project Management Association I was looking for articles on International Project Management Association (IPMA) and realized that an article on IPMA had existed but has been deleted several times. This is a significant subject is international organization Having a key role in setting standards and providing good certification for project management .

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Outline of free software

The following outline is provided as a guide to free software and movement software: Free software – software that can be run , studied, examined, modified , and redistributed freely (without any cost). This kind of software, qui Was Given name icts in 1983 HAS aussi come to Be Known as ” open source software “, “free software”, ” FOSS ” and “FLOSS”. The term “Free” refers to it being unfettered , rather than being free …

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Open-source model

The open-source model is a decentralized development model that encourages open collaboration . [1] [2] A hand principle of open-source software development is peer generation , with products Such As source code, blueprints , and documentation freely available to the public. The open-source movement in software is a response to the limitations of proprietary code. The model is used for projects such as open-source technologies , [3] and open-source drug discovery. [4] [5]

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Free software

Free software , freedom-respecting software , or free software [1] [2] is computer software distributed under terms that allow the software users to run the software for any purpose versions. [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] Free software is a matter of liberty , not price: users, Individually or Collectively, are free to do what They Want With It, Including the freedom to redistribute the software free Of charge , or to sell …

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Free and open-source software

Free and open source software ( FOSS ) is computer software That Can Be Both classified as free software and open-source software . [A] That is, anyone is freely licensedto use, copy, study, and change the software in any way, and the source code is openly shared so that people are encouraged to voluntarily improve the design of the software. [3] This is in contrast to proprietary software , where the software is …

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