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PictureOfA.net – Open Source Photos For You To Use

With its really large collection of images that can be freely used, Picture Of A stands as a really helpful resource for graphic artists of every nature. Not only does this site bring together images which are open source, it actually covers most categories that you could shake a stick at. Art, Entertainment, Food, Nature, Object, Technology and Sports… these seven categories (and one in which miscellaneous & uncategorized...

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Gitorious.org – Collaborating On Open Source Projects

Collaborating on open source projects can become difficult if only because of the number of participants that are often involved. The word “difficult” is not the most representative one, come to think of it. “Sprawling” seems to be to me a more accurate one. Gitorious intends to become the platform of choice when it boils down to open source projects that use Git. Through it, any project administrator can keep an attentive eye on...

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Gluster.com – A New Storage Platform Is Now Available

Gluster is a storage platform that will let you save and manage your data in a global namespace that is almost limitless. That is, using Gluster you will be capable of deploying petabyte-scale storage while enjoying centralized management and automated maintenance. In simpler words: Gluster will let you store an unprecedented amount of data, without you having to worry about backing it up from time to time, and it will also provide...

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ProjectFedena.org – A Management System For Schools

An open source school management system that is based on Ruby On Rails, Fedena is an ambitious project that aims to let both schools and campuses manage their records. The idea is to let them do so in a way that is both dynamic, and that reduces the margin of error when dealing with student’s data as much as possible. So far, featured modules include “Student Management”,“User management”, “Attendance management”, “Examination...

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OSQA.net – Every Question About Open Source Answered

OSQA is a specialized questions and answers website. It deals with Open Source and its every ramification. The site is absolutely free to join, and it can be entirely used at no cost too. As every other Q & A website that exists, you can browse the questions that have been submitted both by tags and by users. And if you take part of the whole process and start answering questions yourself you will earn badges and have some cool...

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