Difference between revisions of "Secondary Sources"

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* [http://www.java.net/ java.net] -- Java technology collaboration.
 
* [http://www.java.net/ java.net] -- Java technology collaboration.
 
* [[KDE]] -- Popular Linux desktop environment.
 
* [[KDE]] -- Popular Linux desktop environment.
* [[Linux Foundation]] -- Center for Linux development.
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* [[Linux]] -- Center for Linux development.
 
* [http://www.openbsd.org/ OpenBSD] -- Open and secure Unix.
 
* [http://www.openbsd.org/ OpenBSD] -- Open and secure Unix.
 
* [http://theopendisc.com/ OpenDisc] -- Open source for Windows.
 
* [http://theopendisc.com/ OpenDisc] -- Open source for Windows.

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The following sites are leading, secondary sources of FOSS and related information:

  • CPAN -- Directory of free Perl scripts.
  • Debian -- Source for the FOSS Debian Linus operating system.
  • Eclipse -- Open development platform.
  • Freshmeat -- Directory of open source programs.
  • GNOME -- Popular Linux desktop environment.
  • GnuWin32 -- GNU ports for Windows.
  • IceWALKERS -- Linux software.
  • java.net -- Java technology collaboration.
  • KDE -- Popular Linux desktop environment.
  • Linux -- Center for Linux development.
  • OpenBSD -- Open and secure Unix.
  • OpenDisc -- Open source for Windows.
  • oss4lib -- Open source for libraries.
  • Tigris.org -- Open Source software engineering tools.

Historical References

Older, no longer updated historical references:

  • Free Software -- Free software links and references (last updated 2003-06-03).
  • WinLibre -- Free software for Windows (last updated 2004-12-18)