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5 best open source board games to play online
Board games have seen a resurgence in recent years, and Linux has a good range of board games to choose from. There is a credible implementation of Catan called Pioneers. But for my favourite implementations of classic board games to play online, check out the recommendations below.

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Chandler
Chandler is intended to be an open source personal information manager for email, calendars, contacts, tasks, and general information management, as well as a platform for developing information management applications. It is currently under development and will run on Windows, Mac, and Linux-based PC's. Read more

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  • Amaya
    Amaya is a complete web browsing and authoring environment and comes equipped with a "WYSIWYG style" of interface, similar to that of the most popular commercial browsers. With such an interface, users can easily generate HTML and XHTML pages, as well as CSS style sheets, MathML expressions, and SVG drawings. Read more
  • Arena Web Browser
    Arena Web Browser is a graphical web browser consisting entirely of free software. Its origins predate proprietary packages such as Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mosaic. It is the source of a number of innovations which have since been copied by other web browsers, such as HTML tables and style sheets.
  • BrowseX
    BrowseX is a free Open Source, cross-platform Web Browser, Mail Program, Talk/Chat client and more. There is a database interface, SQLite, and BrowseX is easily extensible via an API. BrowseX has been written primarily in C and Tcl and clearly demonstrates that Linux applications can indeed bridge to Windows.
  • Cheetah
    The cheetah web browser is a project that has been started to create a fully functional, light-weight, bloat-free web browser for Linux (and other free unix clones) that is not dependant on KDE, GNOME or Mozilla.
  • Dooscape
    Dooscape is a web browser written in Qt which features a simple and clean interface and is based on the QtWebKit engine. Read more
  • Fifth
    Fifth is a Linux-exclusive browser that carries the best features from Opera, as well as a few unique features that are likely to please Linux power users. It's based on a custom Webkit port to FLTK and comes licensed under the GPLv3. Read more
  • FreeWRL
    FreeWRL is an open-source(R) VRML and X3D browser written by a group of developers, who wish to produce a high quality, up to date, browser that is in the public domain.
  • Geedot
    Geedot aims to be a lightweight, fully (and only) HTML 4.01 and CSS compliant and functional web browser for X. It uses the gdtoolkit widget set which is very fast and lightweight - yet also infinitely and easily expandable.
  • Grail
    Grail is an extensible Internet browser written entirely in the interpreted object-oriented programming language Python. It runs on Unix, and, to some extent, on Windows and Macintosh. Grail is easily extended to support new protocols or file formats. Grail is distributed in source form, free of charge, and without warranties. It requires recent versions of Python and Tcl/Tk to run.
  • Hv3
    Hv3 is a Web browser that uses Tkhtml 3 as its rendering engine. It supports almost all CSS 1.0 and some CSS 2.1, HTML (frames and regular documents), tabbed browsing, and many image types. Development is done using Tcl/Tk and C.
  • Kylie
    Kylie does text, images, tables and soon forms. It doesn't do css, frames or scripting. Kylie requires the Mowitz library. In addition, the Netpbm collection of graphics tools is necessary to view images.
  • Maxthon Cloud Browser
    Maxthon Cloud Browser for Linux brings high performance and seamless browsing along with it's core values of speed and a great out of the box experience. With speed and performance, Maxthon for Linux runs on an optimized WebKit core made faster by Maxthon's in-house Webkit R&D team.
  • MMM
    MMM is a WWW browser implemented in Objective Caml using its CamlTk41 interface to Tcl/Tk. It supports full HTML 2.0, and most of HTML 3.2, as well as offering support for applets, CGI calling, localization, and Japanese support.
  • mMosaic
    mMosaic is a derivative work of NCSA XMosaic 2.7b4. You can use it as a simple browser. Since 3.2.0, mMosaic can run on an IPv6/IPv4 connected computer. mMosaic has become a free browser since release 3.0.10 (and later) and was buildover Lesstif-0.77 (GNU licence). This project has been abandoned
  • NCSA Mosaic for X
    NCSA Mosaic for X is an Internet information browser and World Wide Web client. NCSA Mosaic was developed at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.
  • qutebrowser
    qutebrowser is a keyboard-focused browser with with a minimal GUI. It?s based on Python, PyQt5 and QtWebKit and free software, licensed under the GPL.
  • QWeb
    QWeb features progressive rendering, parses SGML documents, and displays according to a style sheet, dynamically builds SGML document parser from a DTD, server-side image maps and more.
  • Uzbl
    Uzbl is a free and open source minimalist web browser designed for simplicity and adherence to the Unix philosophy. Read more
  • wApua
    wApua is a web browser for WAP WML (version 1.1 and 1.2) pages written in PERL/Tk and using libwww-perl as backend. It is primarily designed for debugging WML pages in comparsion to only browsing the WML pages on the web.



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