Tivima (Tiny Virtual Manager) is a simple Web administration tool for managing virtual machine hosts running KVM. It is not meant to manage large cloud farms or huge datacenters with thousands of servers, but is for small to mid-range organizations that wish to manage their libvirt/KVM hosts centrally from a Web browser. Tivima aims to be distribution independent.
Where can I filter for specific categories now? E. g. I search for "Web browser" and want to set a filter for all browser using GTK.
In FM II it was a filter for "Environment:X11 Applications:GTK". Now, there even isn't a tag named "GTK" or "X11 Applications".
I deny them only the ability to make the code unfree. The previous licenses made it even possible to make the whole thing closed source (i. e. propietary). With GPL this is not possible.
I repeat myself: Thousands of free software programmers make the same thing every day. They took code from software which is licensed under non-copyleft licenses and release their code under GPL or other copyleft licenses. In this sense I think the majority of free software programmers are "two-faced".