“Service as a Software Substitute” or “SaaSS.”
|Type||Free program||Replacement for SaaSS|
|Collaborative real-time editor||Emacs with TRAMP||Google Docs text editor|
|Office suite||LibreOffice||Microsoft Office 365|
|Satellite navigation||Navit||Google Maps|
||Google Gmail webmail|
|Microsoft Exchange webmail|
|Microsoft Hotmail webmail|
|Microsoft Live webmail|
|Microsoft MSN webmail|
|Microsoft Outlook.com webmail|
|Yahoo! Mail webmail|
|Yandex Mail webmail|
||Flickr photo editor|
|Instagram photo editor|
|Video editing||Blender||YouTube video editor|
- Adfeno: I suspect we will have to re-read what SaaSS really is according to the article (https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/who-does-that-server-really-serve.en.html) donaldr3 linked. It seems that the table is a little off to it's purpose.
- Delete https://directory.fsf.org/wiki?title=SaaSS&redirect=no after RMS has used the old link that I emailed
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