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. Allan - Ubuntu blog says:

    very good, but I did not even know !!!

    thank you

    Allan

  2. Jason says:

    Great article. So good infact it has been stolen by improgrammer.net

    • Ravi Saive says:

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  3. Jalal Hajigholamali says:

    Hi,
    A very nice article. A pleasure to read. Thank you.
    Bests

  4. Braden Best says:

    Do you understand what Open Source means? Cause this…

    3. Visual Studio Code

    …tells me that you don’t. VSC is distributed by Microsoft. First of all, that’s an immediate red flag and a no-go for it being free as in freedom. But is it at least Open Source, in the sense that you can see the source code? No. Even the Javascript is minified and obfuscated to hell with a big fat “ALL RIGHTS RESERVED” notice slapped on top of it.

    It’s literally the opposite of Open Source and everything the FSF stands for.

  5. Braden Best says:

    Visual Studio Code from Microsoft is included?

    I don’t think you understand what Open Source means, let alone the difference between Open Source and the FSF’s definition of ‘free’ (Free as in freedom). Microsoft does not make free software. They don’t even make Open Source software. They are a company with the singular goal of profit, so why would they ever release their proprietary code? Even the javascript found in the distribution is crushed down into a single line with the comment “Copyright Microsoft Corporation, all rights reserved.” above it.

    VSC is the exact opposite of open-source.

  6. Ananda Bhattacharjee says:

    Thanks you very much for this article, i have found some wonderful software to use.

  7. K. Ghosh says:

    Great article, lots of useful info…

  8. Uttam says:

    A very nice article. A pleasure to read. Thank you.

    There are three other applications which I think are excellent, I use them daily; Libreoffice, Gimp, and Bluefish.

  9. Aaron Kili K says:

    Thanks for the article, i have found some wonderful software to use.

  10. Jane says:

    Thanks for these tips – a good selection and I shall look forward to trying them out. We already use Libreoffice and Gimp on Linux Mint. I can’t remember the last time I had to fire up my Windows 10 laptop!

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