Jaro Mail is an integrated suite of interoperable tools for GNU/Linux and Apple/OS X to manage email communication in a private way, without relying on online services (in fact, encouraging users to store email locally). It mainly features a system for mailinglist filtering, address-book integrated whitelisting, and long-term email storage and archiving with functions for fast search and usage statistics. It makes internal use of customized versions of popular Unix tools like Mutt, Fetchmail, Procmail, Mairix, and Msmtp.
LiViDO provides a lightweight, flexible plugin API for realtime video effect processing. This API provides the ability to write simple plugins for video processing in C/C++ and to link them dynamically with a range of software packages (called hosts). It should be possible for any host and any plugin to communicate trough this interface. Plugins reside in shared object files (*.so in UNIX), suitable for dynamic linking with dlopen() and related functions.
MuSE is a user-friendly tool for network audio streaming, making life easier for independent free speech radio stations. It can play, mix, encode, and stream sound from and to the Internet in both MP3 and Ogg/Vorbis format to be listened by the majority of audio players. It can simultaneously mix up to 6 encoded audio channels plus a sound card input signal, sending the result to an Icecast/Shoutcast server. It offers GTK2, ncurses, and Carbon (OSX) interfaces for real-time operation and a full set of command line options.
Tomb is a system to make strong encryption easy for everyday use. A tomb is like a locked folder that can be safely transported and hidden in a filesystem. Its keys can be kept separate; for example, you can keep the tomb on your computer and its key on a USB stick. Tomb is written in code that is easy to review and links shared components: it consists of a shell script and desktop integration apps; it uses standard GNU tools and the cryptographic API of the Linux kernel (dm-crypt) via cryptsetup.
TorTV is a build of the Tor Project maintained to run on TV devices and set-top boxes so that anyone with such a household appliance can contribute to strengthen the Tor network. TorTV does not reimplement nor modify the Tor source code in any way; it provides binary builds for embedded targets and scripted bundles to facilitate their installation. So far, it targets WDTV devices running WDLXTV, but aims to grow to support more hardware in future.
ZShaolin installs a small and powerful scriptable shell environment on your Android device, without requiring root. It comes with applications to edit images, audio, and video using batch scripts one can write and upload: FFMpeg, ImageMagick, Sox, Oggz, Lua, GNU awk, sed, grep, Vim, SSH, and rsync. The Z shell comes pre-configured in full ANSI colors, smart completion, error correction and complete documentation, making ZShaolin also suitable for those who would like to learn shell scripting.
Good vibes @ scoop and all the good people in the FM team. IMHO the name change Is a wise choice overall, just a pity for missing the .net, but ok. On the nostalgic wave that this article is raisin...
i'm real happy using latest 0.1.x releases on webkit 1.1.1 perfect for netbooks like the eeepc, midori is my browser of choice! thanks for the good work.
one package scattered all over? please stop spamming freshmeat with 10 frontpage announcements at a time that are just flavours of a webscript you are trying to sell out, yours sincerely
Re: flash is not free > > Would you be referring to GPLFlash, or a > completely new alternative? > completely new, still developed since long time and with a very active ...
flash is not free You may obtain a copy of a flash player only for yourself, you cannot redistribute it (for example into a liveCD) which ends up in a bad situation: Macromedia holds all the contro...