Free and Open Source Software
Credit where credit is due — here is a list of the most significant
FOSS projects and organisations which we use, or just feel deserve a link.
Free Software Foundation
— The original champions of free software.
GNU Operating System
— The original and best collection of free OS tools and utilties.
— A free, modern, advanced, powerful, high performance, and secure
UNIX® operating system.
It is directly derived from BSD, the version of UNIX®
developed at the University of California, Berkeley.
Browsable BSD Unix source code
for BSD 4.x,
Browsable BSD Unix CVS logs
— The world's most advanced open source database.
Originally created at the University of California, Berkeley, and the
baseline for many commercial database products and applications.
R Project for Statistical
— The GNU implementation of the de-facto standard S/S-Plus system
for statistical analysis.
— The GNU Image Manipulation Program.
Apache Software Foundation
— Home to the
Apache HTTP Server Project,
the number one HTTP server on the Internet; and, more
recently, a large number of other FOSS projects.
— "The duct-tape of the Internet"
Internet Systems Consortium
— Home to BIND
(Berkeley Internet Name Domain),
the de-facto standard DNS server, and a number of other projects.
— Yet another iconic piece of software originally developed at
UC Berkeley, this time a mail transfer agent (mail server / MTA).
— The Network Time Protocol
— Home of the Firefox
web browser, the de-facto standard, standards-compliant, secure, cutting
edge, cross-platform web browser that leaves Internet Explorer looking
positively clunky and out-dated.
Multi Router Traffic Grapher
— The definitive network traffic monitor which can do an
awful lot more than just graphing network traffic.
Internet & Web Standards
The Internet and Web would not exist if it were not for open standards
published by independent third party organisations, taking input from the
best of the best in computing.
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