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  • Inferno  + (See for a complete list of documentation)
  • More Speech  + (See for documentation.)
  • EtherCalc  + (See for licenses)
  • Gradio  + (See
  • Academic Teaching Planner  + (See
  • Alpine3D  + (See
  • Sympa  + (See
  • DocTestTools  + (See included release notes file or click here:
  • Pigz  + (See readme in source tarball or
  • CherryMusic  + (See the CherryMusic [ link wiki] for user and developer information.)
  • GNOME Color Chooser  + (See the FAQ article here
  • Safeheap  + (See the README file in the source package.)
  • PredictionIO  + (See the [ developers' guide].)
  • ReCaged  + (See the [ forum].)
  • Monit  + (See the [ monit manual] and [ wiki/how-to].)
  • Pfcalc  + (See the [ pr
    See the [ project homepage], including the [ user guide], [ sample files], and the [ math section] of the site. math section] of the site.)
  • Pac manager  + (See the [ PAC Manager wiki] for documentation.)
  • Ratpoison  + (See the info manual for more information.)
  • Postslate  + (See the tutorial at
  • Unieject  + (See the unieject man page. It hasn't a co
    See the unieject man page. It hasn't a complete syntax compatibility with either GNU/Linux's or FreeBSD's ejects as they have conflicts between them, but the main options are the same. It can fully replace FreeBSD's eject (in both atapi and atapicam mode), and already mime the main options of GNU/Linux's eject.
    ime the main options of GNU/Linux's eject.)
  • Xmodmap  + (See the xmodmap man page. [[Emacs]] users: see [ EmacsWiki: X Mod Map])
  • Lib-Ray Video Tools  + (See website for rationale, specification and other details. Also see
  • Libreboot  + (See: docs/index.html or
  • Mensa  + (See:
  • Peep  + (Server documentation available in HTML format from; Client documentation available in HTML format from
  • Atom  + (Settings info for Atom 1.18.0)
  • E2wm  + (Short description available at:
  • Sinx  + (Sinx is a free software designed to be ins
    Sinx is a free software designed to be installed on the web server and follows the same principle the installation of the various CMS using php and mysql as programming language for data storage. Install sinx, therefore, entails the need for the user to have a minimum of knowledge base in this respect essential for the successful installation.
    essential for the successful installation.)
  • Tomboy  + (Some user documentation is included)
  • Penalizedplaid  + (Source can be found by unpacking the included JAR files.)
  • Dmbcs-kraken-api  + (Source contains texinfo, fully describing the installation and use of this facility. View at
  • RVK Manager script for Blender  + (Spanish documentation at
  • BIF  + (Spanish user manual available in HTML format from
  • Dungeon-mode  + (Status We are completing proofs of concep
    Status We are completing proofs of concept to assemble a minimum play-testable version (i.e. a minimum learning product"). Interactive exploration of dungeon maps (implemented in dm-map.el and bound to C-u or via M-x dm-map-draw RET) is modestly stable while features such as WISIWYG map editing are beginning to take form (see dm-sketch.el or try M-x dm-sketch RET). Misc The name of the project is "dungeon". The name of the product (e.g. of the software) is "dungeon-mode" In code, variables and functions are prefixed "dm-". This is consistent with the Emacs tradition of using lower case names for features and of suffixing "-mode" to programs that provide a primary/drive interface to Emacs while running.
    primary/drive interface to Emacs while running.)
  • Manhattan Virtual Classroom  + (Student's manual available from http://prd
    Student's manual available from; Teacher's guide available from; Administrator's Manual available from
  • Etmtk  + (Support google group!forum/eventandtaskmanager)
  •  + (Support mailing list: Check all the projects under
  • Sweet Home 3D  + (Sweet Home 3D is available in 25 languages, and may be run under Linux, macOS, Windows.)
  • NX  + (Syadmin's guide available in HTML, PDF formats from; User HOWTO available in HTML, PDF from
  • Matrix-synapse  + (Synapse is currently in rapid development, but as of version 0.5 we believe it is sufficiently stable to be run as an internet-facing service for real usage!)
  • Emilda  + (Sysadmin guide available in HTML format from; Dveloper API guide available in HTML format from
  • HylaFax  + (System administrator install guide availab
    System administrator install guide available in HTML format from; User quickstart available in HTML format from; user reference manual available in HTML format from
    format from
  • Uni2ascii  + (The -h flag provides fairly detailed usage information. Standard Unix man pages are provided with the source.)
  • Tntnet  + (The API documentation can be found [ here])
  • Xorn  + (The API documentation is available here: [])
  • Minfx  + (The API documentation with full descriptions of all the optimisation algorithms is available at
  • Clutter  + (The Clutter API reference is available on the [ GNOME developers website]. Documentation is also available on the [ GNOME wiki].)
  • Emacs  + (The Emacs manual is an excellent resource
    The Emacs manual is an excellent resource for learning about Emacs; you can read it from within Emacs by typing C-h r. See also the [ GNU Emacs Manuals Online] page. === How to Report Bugs Effectively === if you encounter problems building or using Emacs, send a report to [ ] with full details (if possible, use M-x report-emacs-bug). === See also === * [ A Guided Tour of Emacs]
    === * [ A Guided Tour of Emacs])
  • Gfortran  + (The GCC user manual is available in HTML or PostScript format from and a printed version of the GCC manual is available from
  • Glpk  + (The GLPK documentation consists of the Ref
    The GLPK documentation consists of the Reference Manual and the description of the GNU MathProg modeling language. Both these documents are included in the distribution (in LaTeX, DVI, and PostScript formats) See also GLPK on Wikibooks at
    ooks at
  • Guix  + (The GNU Guix Reference Manual is available
    The GNU Guix Reference Manual is available at === The Guix package manager === This [ shell installer script] is recommended to install Guix on top of a running GNU/Linux system. The script automates the download, installation, and initial configuration of Guix. It should be run as the root user. When installed on a foreign distro, GNU Guix complements the available tools without interference. Its data lives exclusively in two directories, usually ''/gnu/store'' and ''/var/guix''; other files on your system, such as ''/etc'', are left untouched. Once installed, Guix can be updated by running guix pull. See [ invoking guix pull]. More information at === The Guix operating system distribution === The latest Guix System release comes with ISO-9660 installation images, a virtual machine image, and with tarballs to install the package manager on top of any GNU/Linux distros, either from source or from binaries. Guix users can update by running guix pull. Guix is a fully free distro designed to improving the freedom and autonomy of computer users. Users can install their own packages without interfering with each other, yet without unnecessarily increasing disk usage or rebuilding every package. Users can in fact create as many software environments as they like. === The Guix deployment tool === Guix is also active in reproducible software deployment for high-performance computing (HPC). More information at
    ormance computing (HPC). More information at

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