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  • Fisoco  + (Development state)
  • Yate- Yet Another Telephony Engine  + (Deveoper API guide available in HTML format from
  • DnDD  + (DnDD is a decision making Mysql client program used by people to discuss, decide and vote on serious matters.)
  • Libgmail  + (Documentation Download-
  • Python rope  + (Documentation [ included])
  • Tinyportal  + (Documentation and support available on the project site.)
  • ROPE  + (Documentation archived at
  • Md-toc  + (Documentation at:
  • Automated-tasks  + (Documentation at:
  • Openbox  + (Documentation available at
  • Barman  + (Documentation available at
  • Postfix  + (Documentation available at
  • Nix  + (Documentation available at
  • Rdiff-backup  + (Documentation available at
  • POV-Ray  + (Documentation available at:
  • Mu  + (Documentation available for mu and mu4e.
    Documentation available for mu and mu4e. === mu === * * * * * * * * * * === mu4e === Under the hood, mu4e is fully search-based, similar to programs like [[notmuch]] and [[sup]]. However, mu4e’s user-interface is quite different. mu4e’s mail handling (deleting, moving etc.) is inspired by [[Wanderlust]] (another Emacs-based e-mail client), [[mutt]] and the [[dired-mode|dired]] file-manager for [[emacs]]. '''mu4e''' keeps all the ‘state’ in your maildirs, so you can easily switch between clients, synchronize over IMAP, backup with [[rsync]] and so on. The [[Xapian]]-database that mu maintains is mererly a cache; if you delete it, you won’t lose any information. More information at ==== What mu4e does not do ==== There are a number of things that '''mu4e''' does not do, by design: * '''mu/mu4e''' do not get your e-mail messages from a mail server. Nor does it sync-back any changes. Those tasks are delegated to other tools, such as [[offlineimap]], [[isync]]/[[mbsync]] or [[fetchmail]]; As long as the messages end up in a maildir, mu4e and mu are happy to deal with them. * '''mu4e''' also does not implement sending of messages; instead, it depends on [ smtpmail], which is part of [[Emacs]]. In addition, mu4e piggybacks on [[Gnus]]’ message editor; See [ Message Manual]. Thus, many of the things an e-mail client traditionally needs to do, are delegated to other tools. This leaves mu4e to concentrate on what it does best: quickly finding the mails you are looking for, and handle them as efficiently as possible. More information at
  • Cf4ocl  + (Documentation can be generated with Doxygen in HTML, Latex, PDF and man pages format. [ Latest HTML documentation].)
  • Rockstor  + (Documentation for Rockstor is available at
  • StepTalk  + (Documentation for users and developers is available at
  • Synfig Studio  + (Documentation for users, developers and writers on:
  • GapMea  + (Documentation is only in french. My english is too bad to write a good translation...)

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