20 Free Open Source Softwares I Found in Year 2015

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Gabriel Cánepa

Gabriel Cánepa is a GNU/Linux sysadmin and web developer from Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina. He works for a worldwide leading consumer product company and takes great pleasure in using FOSS tools to increase productivity in all areas of his daily work.

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32 Responses

  1. I know that this is a minor point, but software is a collective and continuous noun, as opposed to a discrete noun (which would have a plural. Apple is an example of a discrete noun). Hence there is no plural form of it, so “softwares” isn’t even a word. When I write blog posts I say, “pieces of software” if I need to make software plural. Likewise program is a word similar (almost synonymous with software) that has a plural form, programs.

    • Gabriel A. Cánepa says:

      In my defense, the word “softwares” was not part of the original title of this article :).
      @Ravi,
      Please correct it as per Brenton’s suggestion.
      Thanks!

    • dragonmouth says:

      If you consider it such a minor point, Brenton Horne, why even bring it up? You, Sir, are a Grammar Nazi. :-)

      This is a techie site run and maintained by non-English speakers, not a grammar site run and maintained by Oxford English professors. If you read their articles, there are more grievous transgressions than ending a word with an unnecessary letter. The technical information provided by the articles loses no value because of the occasional grammar or spelling errors.

      • Gabriel A. Cánepa says:

        What do you mean by “ If you read their articles, there are more grievous transgressions than ending a word with an unnecessary letter“? Can you point out a few examples of such grievous transgressions?

        • dragonmouth says:

          “Can you point out a few examples of such grievous transgressions?”
          I’d rather not but since you asked…. As I said, Tecmint is a technology site, not a literary site. So to focus on grammar, spelling and/or syntax (other than in sample commands) would be distracting. However, it would make the articles easier to read/understand if they were posted in idiomatic English. It is obvious by the phraseology and syntax that most of the articles are written by non-native-English speakers. It has been suggested by a few readers in the past that Tecmint should use a native-English speaker to edit the articles. The response to these suggestions has been a deafening silence. The users were not told that “We are working on it” or “We will not not do it because………………”, they were just ignored.

          Again I wish to reiterate that the value of the technological information overrides and shortcomings in the language.

          • Gabriel A. Cánepa says:

            Thank you for pointing this out. If you find grammar or any other type of errors under articles written by me, I will be more than glad to be corrected. I don’t have much of a choice as to the title since that’s the prerogative of the owner of this blog. But I am open to corrections and suggestions to improve.
            I was thinking that by grievous transgressions you mean serious errors in the content itself. Thanks again for your well-thought comment.

      • Brenton Horne says:

        Yes I am a grammar Nazi, only mentioned it because I run a blog too and if I made a mistake like this I’d like to think someone would correct me. Besides if it is not corrected odds are the same mistake will be made again, learning can only happen if people are corrected when they make mistakes.

        • Gabriel A. Cánepa says:

          I don’t think you’re a grammar Nazi. I appreciate you taking the time to point out that typo. Besides, you were very polite when you did so. So thank you! And feel free to continue doing so.

  2. Jaspersoft Studio is the reporting tool integrated by Red hat into RHEV-Manager for creating awesome reports. Helped us lot lot…

  3. Michael says:

    You may want to take a look at MuseScore, it’s similar, albeit more advanced than TuxGuitar.

  4. Celia Palacios says:

    I loved the article, as I revealed new software or re- made ​​software discovered that years ago he saw as LAN -Messenger . I think it’s not the classic list published each year with the same names forever. I congratulate you , Gabriel . Very well “cured ” list !

    Thank you.

  5. Tom says:

    Thank you for the links, Gabriel!

  6. Great post Man …. Such nice article !!!!

  7. Purushottam Kadam says:

    awesome post I found something new software’s that haven’t seen before

  8. Jack Sparo says:

    Thank You man , Amazing post.

  9. Teeayeand says:

    Some of these new software awesome definitely amazing. I also use Gimp and Libreo Office (I used it as Microsoft Words, Excel, etc alternative). Thanks for sharing.

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