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12 of the Best Free Git Books
Git is the most widely used version control system, in part because of the popularity of GitHub, a web-based Git repository hosting service, which offers all of the distributed revision control and source code management) functionality of Git as well as adding its own features.

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MixZing is an advanced music player for the Android platform. It also has limited support to play video files.


  • Advanced Linux Sound Architecture
    Primary goals are: Create fully modularized sound driver which will support kerneld/kmod, Create new ALSA Kernel API which breaks most of limitations of current OSS API, Ensure compatibility with most binary OSS/Lite applications, Create ALSA Library (C,C++) and ALSA Manager hot
  • GGI Project Homepage
    GGI aims at unifying the way applications access the user display by defining a generic abstraction of the notion of graphic display. GGI defines high-level abstraction of input sources and displays, with a small set of management functions and general drawing operations. In GGI, the abstraction of a display is called a visual, and the actual device to which a visual is bound is a target. Targets can be anything from an X11 window to a 10 meter wide multi screen display. The association of a visual and a target is done at runtime by GGI internals and the process is transparent to the application. hot
  • Mozilla
    The Netscape 5 project - "free" source code, coordination and development resources. hot
  • SchoolTool
    SchoolTool is a project to develop a common global school administration infrastructure that is freely available under an Open Source licence. Read more hot
  • Affero Project
    created to facilitate funding for Free Software and Open Source projects and to facilitate more effective dialogue among groups
  • AlcoveBook
    groups DocBook-centered tools mainly developed at Alcove including the AlcoveBook DTD, Stylesheets and Tools
  • Arabeyes
    a Meta project that is aimed at fully supporting the Arabic language in the Unix/Linux environment. It is designed to be a central location to standardize the Arabization process
  • Archive Games
    Archive Games is a project to distribute games via the Internet in an easy-to-use compact interface. It allows users to browse, download, update, and launch games. Game authors can autonomously release patches to their users, who may update their installations with a single button click.
  • Arusha Project
    provides a framework for collaborative system administration of multi-platform Unix sites with many dozens of machines
  • AutoPilot UAV project
    goal is to produce an autonomous aerial vehicle that can stay aloft for over two hours, carrying over 50 kg of payload and cost less than $10,000
  • Beowulf Project
    Beowulf is a project to produce the software for off-the-shelf clustered workstations based on commodity PC-classhardware, a high-bandwidth internal network, and the Linux operating system.
  • Beyond Linux From Scratch
    Beyond Linux From Scratch (BLFS) is a project that continues where the LFS book finishes. It assists users in developing their systems according to their needs by providing a broad range of instructions for installing and configuring various packages on top of a base LFS system.
  • Bible for Linux
    Promoting the development of Bible software for Linux, and providing information about currently available packages.
  • BioJava Project
    an open-source project dedicated to providing Java tools for processing biological data. This will include objects for manipulating sequences, file parsers, CORBA interoperability, access to ACeDB, dynamic programming, and simple statistical routines
  • Bumblebee
    Bumblebee is a project aiming to support NVIDIA Optimus technology under Linux.
  • Cluster Infrastructure for Linux
    developing a common infrastructure for Linux clustering by extending the Cluster Membership and Internode Communication Subsystems from Compaq's NonStop Clusters for Unixware code base
  • ComputerBank Project
    A project to delivery refurbished Linux machines to the under-privileged in Australia
  • Conglomerate
    a project to create a complete structured information authoring, management, archival, revision control and transformation system. Conglomerate uses XML semantics and powerful graphical editing, coupled with a centralised storage model and a flexible transformation language to create an environment which is easy to use, produces high-quality structured output, and lets the user target several output media with a single source document
  • coreboot
    coreboot is an Open Source project aimed at replacing the normal BIOS with a little bit of hardware initialization and a compressed Linux kernel that can be booted from a cold start.
  • Cross-LFS
    Cross Linux From Scratch (CLFS) is a project that provides you with step-by-step instructions for building your own customized Linux system entirely from source. This is a multi-architecture version of Linux From Scratch that is cross-compiled. It currently supports Alpha, MIPS, PowerPC, Sparc, x86, and x86_64.
    CVS Manual Translation Project is a project to translate the CVS documentation into German (may be other languages).
  • DECnet
    a project to provide DECnet phase IV connectivity for Linux
  • DotGNU Project
    a meta-project that will consist of between ten and twenty software development projects. The main components of DotGNU are the DotGNU Platform and the DotGNU Virtual Identities system
  • DRobot
    aims to share resources amongst users of Nomadics robots. Nomadics was a supplier of research robots for many years but has now gone out of the robotics business and no longer provides updated binaries for it's robots
    the Dresden Real-Time Operating System Project: a research project aiming at the support of applications with Quality of Service requirements. They use a monolithic Linux server on top of the microkernel as a base for DROPS
  • ECLiPt
    a non-commercial initiative of Linux users in Klagenfurt / Carinthia to support Linux-related projects.
  • Enterprise Volume Management System Project
    has the goal of providing unparalleled flexibility and extensibility in managing storage. It represents a new approach to logical volume management, as the architecture introduces a plug-in model that allows for easy expansion or customization of various levels of volume management
  • Festvox
    aims to make the building of new synthetic voices more systemic and better documented, making it possible for anyone to build a new voice
  • Free Digital Money
    Free Digital Money is a free open source project aimed at promoting ideas and stimulating further innovation in the field of digital bearer money.
  • Free Film Project
    to be a complete suite of utilities which, when used together, will act as a complete virtual film studio
  • Free Trek Project Home Page
    The Free Trek project is an effort to build a space battle simulator that runs under Linux and other operating systems. Everyone is invited to contribute
  • FreeBIOS
    The goal of the FreeBIOS project is to be a central gathering point for BIOS firmware code which can be used to initialize and boot various services. Initially, due to the large scope of the project, FreeBIOS will likely only boot the Linux kernel on a few chipsets. This project eventually turned into the highly successful linuxBIOS project.
  • Freefire Project
    tries to support Developers and Integrators in building IT Security Solutions (especially Firewalls) based on Free Tools (Open Source)
  • Freenet
    aims to create an information publication system similar to the World Wide Web (but with several major advantages over it) based on the protocol described in Ian Clarke's paper A Distributed Decentralised Information Storage and Retrieval System
  • Functionally Overloaded Linux Kernel
    aims to pool together as many kernel projects as possible, ironing out conflicts where possible, so that experimental kernel projects can get greater exposure, safely, and so that those projects can be tested under much more varied conditions
  • Globus project
    developing basic software infrastructure for computations that integrate geographically distributed computational and information resources
  • GNOME Accessibility Project
    The suite of software services and support in GNOME that allows people with disabilities to utilize all of the functionality of the GNOME user environment.
  • GNU Telephony
    GNU Telephony is a meta project dedicated to the development and promotion of the use of free software for telephony. This project is used to directly support the GNU Common C++ family of libraries, telephony application servers such as GNU Bayonne, ip/pstn gateway packages such as Troll, and some other useful telephony related free software packages.
    a project dedicated to creating the GNU.FREE Internet Voting system and also advocating Free Software in e-democracy
  • GNU/Linux Desktop Testing Project
    GNU/Linux Desktop Testing Project (GNU/LDTP) is aimed at producing high quality test automation framework and cutting-edge tools that can be used to test GNU/Linux Desktop and improve it. It uses the Accessibility libraries to poke through the application's user interface. The framework has tools to generate Appmap by reading through the user interface components of an application. The framework also has tools to record test-cases based on user-selection on the application.
  • GNUnilink
    GNUnilink is a project to build a PIC to emulate the responses of a Sony CD MultiChanger, so that the Phono/RCA's on the rear on Sony head units can be used for a portable CD or MP3 player.
  • HICK project
    main goal for the HICK project is to provide a flexible and easy-to-use program that allows the user to configure the environment
  • HP Linux Imaging and Printing
    HPLIP is an HP developed solution for printing, scanning, and faxing with HP inkjet and laser based printers in Linux. The HPLIP project provides printing support for 1,111 printer models, including Deskjet, Officejet, Photosmart, PSC (Print Scan Copy), Business Inkjet, LaserJet, and LaserJet MFP.
  • Jikes Research Virtual Machine (Jikes RVM)
    runs on AIX/PowerPC, Linux/PowerPC and Linux/IA-32 platforms and includes state-of-the-art virtual machine technologies for dynamic compilation, adaptive optimization, garbage collection, thread scheduling and synchronization
  • Kannel project
    an open source WAP and SMS gateway which can be used to serve the established user base with SMS capable handsets as well as the early adopters with their WAP terminals

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