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0Linux - système Linux francophone libre

0linux (appzer0)

0Linux est un système Linux francophone libre construit depuis zéro qui se veut didactique (commentaires en français dans les fichiers du système, scripts de compilation commentés en français). Il tente de faire la part belle à la francophonie et à l'UTF-8 et est développé à l'origine par un autodidacte non-informaticien.

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agro-veto-montaigne

agro (sophix88)

Site Sophie Abgrall, professeur de mathématiques en 2bcpst, contenant des renseignements généraux, des rappels de cours, feuilles de devoirs, programmes de khôlles pour les différentes matiières enseignées: s.v.t, physique-chimie, mathématiques, informatique (scilab), français, géographie... Tous les documents en téléchargement sur ce site sont distribués sous la licence CC BY-SA.

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arfprogrammer`s weblog

arfweb (arfprogramer)

the Persian and english weblog that share programming skills to every one.

the content of this site is released under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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Buckutt

buckutt (chubaca)

Buckutt est un système de paiement avec porte-monnaie électronique, d'architecture client/serveur (basé sur des web services). Il a été conçu pour remplacer la monnaie dans de petites structures (bar associatif, par exemple). Il est disponible sous licence GPLv3.

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compiz-debian

compiz (generalmidi)

Ce projet est destiné à l'hébergement de paquets debian pour le projet compiz reloaded: https://github.com/compiz-reloaded

Le projet est sous licence GPL3.

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Digital y Artesano

dartisan (egberto)

El sitio personal de Egberto Fuentes un desarrollador de videojuegos libres.

Principales intereses: Desarrollo de videojuegos y arte de fantasía.

Los proyectos contenidos en este sitio están bajo la Licencia Pública General de GNU (para el código fuente) y Creative Commons Atribución Compartir-Igual (para el arte y demás contenido).

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eBeam pointing devices linux kernel driver and calibration tools

ebeam (yannc)

Driver : ebeam Bridge the usb device to the input subsystem, creating a generic event device exposed to user space. Xorg's evdev input driver automaticaly use it like a tablet. The module is licensed under the GNU GPL v2.

User space : ebeam_tools - ebeam_calibrator : graphical calibration tool. - ebeam_state : command-line utility to save and restore calibration data. The tools are licensed under the GNU GPL v3.

Currently (tested) devices : - Luidia eBeam Classic Projection and eBeam Edge Projection - Nec NP01Wi1 & NP01Wi2 interactive solution

Supposed working devices, need test, may lack functionnality : - Luidia eBeam Edge Whiteboard and eBeam Engage - Hitachi Starboard FX-63, FX-77, FX-82, FX-77GII

There's other re-branded hardware in the wild : everything mentionning "eBeam" and/or based on ultrasound+IR stylus and receiver might be worth testing.

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Energy building performance simulation

espr (sdodo)

This project is intended to distribute ESP-r packages for linux distribution (debian for beginning) ESP-r is an integrated energy modelling tool for the simulation of the thermal, visual and acoustic performance of buildings and the energy use and gaseous emissions associated with associated environmental control systems. In undertaking its assessments, the system is equipped to model heat, air, moisture and electrical power flows at user determined resolution. License: GPL-2+ ESP-r is free software. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version two of the License, or (at your option) any later version. The packaging of ESP-r is under GPLv2+

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Glx-Dock / Cairo-Dock

glxdock (cairodock)

Cairo-Dock is a light and eye-candy dock to launch your programs (under GPLv3 licence).

It uses Cairo / OpenGL to render graphics (many in correlation with Compiz) with full hardware acceleration. It's fully configurable and fully customisable and can be used as a taskbar too. You can easily add applets in the dock or as a desklet. It is recommended to install the PLUG-INS package (cairo-dock-plug-ins) to have acces to more views, dialogs and many plug-ins and applets. Some screenshots are available : http://pics.glx-dock.org

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