This list contain all the open-source projects I think are really cool and you should check out.
It anonymize your search queries and uses several search engines (such as Google and DuckDuckGo)
Alternative interface for YouTube, also, it anonymize everything you do on it, and you don't have any ad.
Very cool cloud and more. You can connect tons of add-ons available for download very easily.
A very nice alternative to YouTube protected from all the possible abuses that YouTube has. It's also made by the best free software organization ever. It works with ActivityPub, which means that it's compatible with all the other ActivityPub websites.
Codeberg is the Gitea instance I am using. It's very nice and you should check it out, and maybe give them a donation.
Using Signal, you can communicate instantly while avoiding SMS fees, create groups so that you can chat in real time with all your friends at once, and share media or attachments all with complete privacy. The server never has access to any of your communication and never stores any of your data.
Silence is very similar to Signal, except you don't need 4G to use it. It's simply clear-encrypt your message over SMS
The grandpa of all ActivityPub websites. It's like Twitter, but way more friendly with a limit of 500 letters instead. It's compatible with all the other ActivityPub websites.
GIMP is a free program for such photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. Essentially it's the closest thing to Photoshop you can get for free.
st is a simple terminal implementation for X.
What is wrong with xterm ?
xterm is bloated and unmaintainable. Here’s an excerpt from the README:
> Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Enter Here
This is undoubtedly the most ugly program in the distribution. It was one of the first "serious" programs ported, and still has a lot of historical baggage. Ideally, there would be a general tty widget and then vt102 and tek4014
subwidgets so that they could be used in other programs. We are trying to clean things up as we go, but there is still a lot of work to do.
Needless to say things have not changed, it’s still ugly. It has over 65K lines of code and emulates obscure and obsolete terminals you will never need. The popular alternative, RXVT has only 32K lines of code. This is just too much for something as simple as a terminal emulator; it’s yet another example of code complexity.
Terminal emulation doesn't need to be so complex.
When you don't have anymore space on your computer. Just run "ncdu" (mostly on Linux) and it will list, in order, the directories and files that takes the most place on your computer. Just by pressing "d" you can remove an item (directly, without getting into the trash)
Even if it's sometimes a bit buggy, it's the video editor I use when I need to create a video.
I suck at music production but LMMS is still a nice software for that.
Musescore can be used to view, listen, edit, find, print or create music scores of any kind.
I use Cura to 3D prints objects on my Creality Ender 3 Pro (nice cheap printer, I recommend)
Very nice server OS. You got plenty of tools that you can use for managing your server. Also, you can install apps without even opening a terminal. But if you prefer terminal, you can still use SSH.
Lemmy is a Reddit alternative that will get federated using ActivityPub soon!
Wikipedia is a free, multilingual encyclopedia project supported by the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation. Wikipedia has 17 million articles (3.5 million in English), which have been written collaboratively by volunteers around the world. Almost all of its articles can be edited by anyone with access the Wikipedia website.
The best email manager I ever used. It's fast, very powerful and very clear. I also use it to manage RSS feeds.
Tool I use to run most Windows app. Actually, by the fact I mostly use open-source apps, they are all available on Linux. But when I need to use a Windows only, proprietary app, I use Wine and it works fine.
I usually use this to write my tool because I think vim is too complicated, and other IDEs are not working on my computer (it's a toaster, but I love it)
Same thing as GitHub pages, but for Codeberg. I don't have a website on it yet, but maybe later I will.
I use dmenu with dwm as application menu. My shortcut for this is WIN + P
I use vanilla dwm as desktop manager. You only need the keyboard to use it and the keyboard shortcuts are very handy. You need a good knowledge of the terminal though. But that's what I want.
Xubuntu is my actual Linux distribution I use everyday. Very easy, lightweight and easy to customize.
This app is a peer-to-peer live streaming service over the dat:// protocol. It sounds really nice.
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