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* There are verious project hosting services open to all Free Software developers, which host projects under recognized Free Software or Open Source licenses. See for example [http://nongnu.org/ Savannah], [http://developer.berlios.de/ Berlios.de], [http://www.sf.net SourceForge], [http://gna.org/ Gna!], [http://tuxfamily.org/ TuxFamily].
 
* There are verious project hosting services open to all Free Software developers, which host projects under recognized Free Software or Open Source licenses. See for example [http://nongnu.org/ Savannah], [http://developer.berlios.de/ Berlios.de], [http://www.sf.net SourceForge], [http://gna.org/ Gna!], [http://tuxfamily.org/ TuxFamily].
  
== Software for Open Media ==
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== Software for spreading your works ==
  
 
*[http://blog.plumi.org/ Plumi] to roll your own video sharing site
 
*[http://blog.plumi.org/ Plumi] to roll your own video sharing site

Revision as of 18:08, 21 April 2008


Free Software directories and repositories

  • The Free Software Directory is a project of the Free Software Foundation (FSF) and United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Its aim is to "catalog useful free software that runs under free operating systems — particularly the GNU operating system and its GNU/Linux variants".
  • There are verious project hosting services open to all Free Software developers, which host projects under recognized Free Software or Open Source licenses. See for example Savannah, Berlios.de, SourceForge, Gna!, TuxFamily.

Software for spreading your works

  • Plumi to roll your own video sharing site