Zim is a graphical text editor used to maintain a collection of wiki pages. Each page can contain links to other pages, simple formatting, and images. Pages are stored in a folder structure, like in an outliner, and can have attachments. Creating a new page is as easy as linking to a nonexistent page. All data is stored in plain text files with wiki formatting. Various plugins provide additional functionality, like a task list manager, an equation editor, a tray icon, and support for version control. Zim can be used to keep an archive of notes, take notes during meetings or lectures, organize task lists, draft blog entries and email, or do brainstorming.
Release Notes: This release is first of all a bugfix release, with a critical fix for a bug preventing zim from starting after a crash. Exporting LaTeX equations and interwiki links works again. New features include a new plugin for a "distraction free" fullscreen mode and more options to configure the tasklist plugin.
documentr is a Web-based tool for editing and presenting software documentation. It allows you to easily maintain documentation for multiple products and product branches. Edits can easily be copied between branches, with merge conflicts being handled gracefully. It uses Markdown as its markup language, along with some extensions, and has a role-based permission system.
Release Notes: This release allows attachments to be uploaded by dragging them onto the page editor as well as the attachments page. The inline editor now also supports syntax highlighting. Conflict markers are now more visible when manually editing a merge conflict.
Seafile is a file synchronization and collaboration platform. It comes with Dropbox-like file syncing, but is designed to be better suited to teamwork. You can build a file syncing and collaboration service for your team on your servers. It can also be used to build your own Dropbox for personal use.
Release Notes: This release contains an urgent bugfix. Seafile server would delete a library from the database if it failed to load it from disk (which could be caused by repairable disk error).
haveged is a daemon that feeds the /dev/random pool on Linux using an adaptation of the HArdware Volatile Entropy Gathering and Expansion algorithm invented at IRISA. The implementation attempts to be self-tuning on a wide variety of hardware and includes runtime validation testing. The tarball uses the GNU build mechanism and includes a devel sub-package, self test targets, init system options, and spec file samples for building an RPM. haveged may be used independently of the /dev/random interface through the filesystem at the command line. haveged functionality may be incorporated directly into other components directly through the devel sub-package.
Release Notes: The runtime test implementation has been corrected to remove an alignment fault which appeared in AIS test0 on arm64 hosts. The build procedure for clock_gettime() support has been altered to provide better control (now an override for all architectures) and correctly determine dependencies. Minor typos and inaccuracies in the source and man page have been corrected.