Home of the GNU operating system, the GNU General Public License, and the Free Software Foundation. The Open Source Movement branched off from the Free Software Movement in 1998. The Linux kernel is normally used together with GNU.
An open source computing platform for developing adaptive, scalable applications.
Thousands of open source projects hosted. offering access to CVS, mailing lists, bug tracking and message boards/forums.
Various open source applications. Scoring threaded newsreader, voice recognition macro editor, C++ to verilog translator/simulator.
Extends the functionality of the mouse by allowing gestures to represent actions.
This cross-platform, remote control software is the only fully supported, documented, enhanced release of VNC.
Hosting open source projects and software from academic and research institutions and providing commercial services.
A facility to deploy XML, servlets or JSP presentations on Java servers.
The project provides various GNU tools and software for Win32.
Collection of utilities, most of which are written in Perl. Includes HTML photo album generator, Web invitation system, basic HTTP server, and an 'extensible' mail filter.