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Great Apps to Take Notes
There is a wide range of competent note taking software for Linux, and it is difficult for a single article to provide coverage to them all. Instead, I have compiled this roundup of my pick of 5 excellent note applications for organizing, sharing, and taking notes.

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KOrganizer
KOrganizer is the calendar and scheduling application of the popular K Desktop Environment. KDE is a powerful Open Source graphical desktop environment for Unix workstations. It combines ease of use, contemporary functionality, and outstanding graphical design with the technological superiority of the Unix operating system. KOrganizer provides management of events and tasks, alarm notification, web export, network transparent handling of data, group scheduling, import and export of calendar files and more. Read more

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  • Ace of Penguins
    Ace of Penguins is a collection of popular Windows games including freecell, golf, mastermind, merlin, minesweeper, pegged, solitaire, taipei, and thornq.
  • BushSweeper
    BushSweeper Game is a clone of Microsoft's Minesweeper. The goal of the game is to sweep Bushes from your country.
  • DMines
    The classic minesweeper game with a dynamic twist - some of the unrevealed mines change locations every set number of seconds (15 by default).
  • Elemines
    Elemines is a minesweeper game: the object of the game is to clear an abstract minefield without detonating a mine.
  • emMines
    emMines is a three-dimensional variant of the popular mine sweeper logic game. By the third dimension, each cell can have up to twenty-six neighbours, instead of just eight. The game is quite challenging and addictive for logic puzzle junkies, and it trains the spatial imagination.
  • Fkmines
    Fkmines is an ncurses-based Minesweeper clone for terminals.
  • freesweep
    freesweep is a console minesweeper-style game written in C.
  • Gweled
    Gweled is a Gnome version of a popular PalmOS/Windows/Java game called "Bejeweled" or "Diamond Mine". The aim of the game is to make alignment of 3 or more gems, both vertically or horizontally by swapping adjacent gems.
  • KMines
    KMines is an adaptation of the classic Minesweeper game. You must uncover all the empty cases without blowing on a mine. When you uncover a case, a number appears : it indicates how many mines surround this case.
  • Mindless
    Mindless is a simple "MasterMind" like game which you can play in human vs. human, human vs. computer or computer vs. computer mode. The goal of the game is to crack a secret code consisting of four balls which can each be one of eight colors.
  • Mines
    Mines attempts to solve a 10x10 Minesweeper puzzle. The purpose of this project is to address the well-known problem of determining whether a given Minesweeper puzzle is solvable or not.
  • Minestein
    Minestein is a version of the famous Minesweeper game. But, unlike the original Minesweeper, in its default mode Minestein will always produce puzzles that can be solved using logic - no guessing is required. For traditionalists, Minestein also has an "Original" mode which is equivalent to the standard program. If users get stuck or are still learning, Minestein has a button providing a two stage hint mechanism, plus "show answer" and "show solution" buttons. It can produce puzzles with a minimum difficulty rating. The Python source code is included in the download.
  • Minesweep3D
    Minesweep3D is a 3D version of the traditional minesweeper game.
  • Pysweeper
    Pysweeper is yet another implementation of that classic brain-bending puzzle game, Minesweeper. Pysweeper includes a number of features to aid gameplay; most other Minesweeper games lack one or more of these. Pysweeper allows you to sweep tiles, provides visual cues when opening tiles, shows you how long you've been playing.
  • saper
    saper is a powerful console version of mines with many features. It features an AI, different surfaces to play on, and some basic settings.
  • xarman
    xarman is an addictive two player version of Minesweeper. You control a cyborg that walks around a mine field, and must beat your opponent by conquering half the field before he does.
  • XBomb
    XBomb is a version of the minesweeper game for X Windows.



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