79 month ago
joshua : redis - another k/v distributed store
Simon Willison : redis - redis. An in-memory scalable key/value store but with an important difference: this one lets you perform list and set operations against keys, opening up a whole new set of possibilities for application development. It’s very young but already support [via]
Rod Begbie : redis - Key-value datastore. Fast like memcached, but persists to disk and can deal with pushing and popping with lists and sets. Just the thing to solve some of the problems I've been having with my RDBMS on a project I'm hacking on. [via] #
bmilleare : Redis - A persistent key-value database with built-in net interface written in ANSI-C for Posix systems. Seems pretty fast - 110k SETs/sec and 81k GETs/sec on an entry level linux box.#
98 month ago
Jeremy Zawodny : Ohloh, the open source network - Ohloh, the open source network: "Ohloh is a resource for open source intelligence on thousands of open source projects...."
factoryjoe : Ohloh, the open source network - Ohloh is an open source directory that anyone can edit. It features comprehensive metrics and analysis on thousands of open source projects. Saved By: Chris Messina | View Details | Give Thanks Tags: open source, social network
Matthew M. Boedicker : Ohloh, the open source network#
101 month ago
Rod Begbie : Silly season [dive into mark] - Beautiful summation of the current Adobe Apollo/Microsoft Silverlight hype-off from Mark Pilgrim. "That poster may as well be titled "Fucked 6 Ways From Sunday," because that's what you'll be if you buy into any of this." #
jimray : Mark Pilgrim on Apollo, Silverlight and why he doesn't think you should use either - "Y’all have fun. Play with your vendor-specific runtimes. Don’t call me when you wake up one morning with a pink line in the round window and your BFF vendor won’t return your calls."
Simon Willison : Silly season - Silly season. Mark expresses exactly what I’ve been thinking. The fawning over Silverlight and Apollo is incredibly short sighted.
jcgregorio : Silly season [dive into mark] - ""building applications on the web that works."" Of course, all the commenters skip the money quote and try to defend their share-cropping platform of choice.
deusx : Silly season [dive into mark] - "Sigh. I used to have the strength to argue against such foolishness. Nowadays I’m reduced to nothing more than Grey’s-Anatomy-esque catchphrases."
nelson : Silly season - Mark is cynical so I don't have to be#
105 month ago
wearehugh : Official Linden Blog Â» Blog Archive Embracing the Inevitable Â« - second life client released under GPL
cameron : LindenLabs open sources the Second Life client - They hope to improve various parts of the experience and have a more distributable architecture.
jimray : Embracing the Inevitable - Linden open source's Second Life
deusx : Official Linden Blog Â» Blog Archive Embracing the Inevitable Â« - Interesting. Important to note that this is the Viewer client being released, and not a hosting solution. Maybe that'll be yet to come, or reverse engineered soon.#
111 month ago
joshua : brackup - lj brad's backup tool. seems scary
Jeremy Zawodny : brad's brackup posts - brad's brackup posts: a cool little backup system he's building
nelson : brackup 1.0 released - genius hacker Brad Fitzpatrick releases a 1.0 of his encrypted offsite backup tool#
115 month ago
deusx : Rockbox - Open Source Jukebox Firmware - "Rockbox is an open source replacement firmware for mp3 players."
factoryjoe : Rockbox - Open Source Jukebox Firmware - Rockbox is an open source replacement firmware for mp3 players. Saved By: Chris Messina | View Details | Give Thanks Tags: ipod, firmware, jukebox, open source, mp3, flac, vorbis
philgyford : Rockbox - Open Source Jukebox Firmware - I had no idea there was open source alternative software for MP3 players, including early iPods. (via Boing Boing)
Jeremy Zawodny : Rockbox - Open Source Jukebox Firmware - Rockbox - Open Source Jukebox Firmware: "Rockbox is an open source firmware for mp3 players, written from scratch. It runs on a wide range of players"#
116 month ago
117 month ago
nelson : jQuery JS library - Library for doing AJAXy stuff
123 month ago
joshua : opensource bbc - mostly video and network-based apps
jimray : BBC - OpenSource - From video codecs to "an interactive, shared virtual world"
plasticbag : The BBC launch their Open Source site - Containing the software that the public sector broadcaster wishes to open to the world. Good stuff this.#
124 month ago
124 month ago
Eric Meyer : Rico - More scripting coolness.#
125 month ago
jimray : The WebKit Open Source Project - Apple puts all of WebKit in CVS, including history diffs
Ethan Marcotte : Apple's WebKit goes open source - This kicks truckloads of ass. Windows port, anyone?
Paul Hammond : The WebKit Open Source Project - Welcome to the web site for the WebKit Open Source Project#
125 month ago
kayodeok : Google Code: Summer of Code - The Summer of Code is Google's program designed to introduce students to the world of Open Source Software Development
Simon Willison : Google Code: Summer of Code - "Google will provide a $4500 award to each student who successfully completes an open source project by the end of the Summer."
Jeremy Zawodny : Google Code: Summer of Code - Google Code: Summer of Code: it could be a song#
126 month ago
deusx : Seashore - About - "Seashore is an open source image editor for Cocoa. ... It is based around the GIMP's technology and uses the same native file format."
jimray : Seashore - Holy crap, someone put a Cocoa frontend on The Gimp without me noticing!
joshua : Seashore - gimp inside a cocoa shell
Nelson Minar : Seashore Mac images - Cocoa app that uses GIMP technology#
127 month ago
Andy Baio : Google Code - just announced, centralizes their open-source projects and APIs
jimray : Google Code - Open source code to hack Google
Paul Hammond : Google Code - Google's place for Open Source software
kayodeok : Google Code - Code.google.com is for external developers interested in Google-related development. It?s Google's place for Open Source software and also lists of their API services.
Simon Willison : Google Code - An online home for Google's open source projects.#
128 month ago
Nelson Minar : Darik's Boot and Nuke - Floppy for erasing hard drives
Paul Hammond : Darik's Boot and Nuke (Hard Drive Disk Wipe) - Darik's Boot and Nuke ("DBAN") is a self-contained boot floppy that securely wipes the hard disks of most computers#
132 month ago
cameron : Koders - Source Code Search Engine - finally someone built this. i've been waiting for it for years
Richard Rutter : Koders - Search engine for open source code (filed under Tools & software).
jimray : Koders - Source Code Search Engine - Search open source code#
133 month ago
Ethan Marcotte : Making A Better Open Source CMS - "Open source content management software sucks. It sucks really badly. The only things worse is every commercial CMS I've used."
Isofarro : Making a better open source CMS - installation, getting started, task based, separate, linear
Tristan Rivoallan : Jeffrey Veen: Making A Better Open Source CMS - keep this in mind
Phil Gyford : Jeffrey Veen: Making A Better Open Source CMS - Moan, moan, moan. But in a good way.
kayodeok : Making A Better Open Source CMS - Open source content management software sucks. It sucks really badly. The only things worse is every commercial CMS I've used. But it really doesn't have to be that way#
138 month ago
deusx : PearPC - PowerPC Architecture Emulator - Boot OS X on Intel! (If you're willing to wait 12 hours just to get to the boot screen)
Jeremy Zawodny : pearpc - powerpc emulator - pearpc - powerpc emulator: i wonder if it runs under virtual pc?
Aquarion : PearPC - PowerPC Architecture Emulator - Run OSX on your PC!#
143 month ago
Simon Willison : Synergy - Easily share a single mouse/keyboard between multiple PCs running multiple OSs (via)
deusx : Synergy - "Synergy lets you easily share a single mouse and keyboard between multiple computers with different operating systems, each with its own display, without special hardware."
nelson : Synergy mouse hack - simple client to let you share a mouse and keyboard among different computers. supports linux, windows, mac.
Jeremy Zawodny : Synergy - Synergy: "With synergy, all the computers on your desktop form a single virtual screen. You use the mouse and keyboard of only one of the computers while you use all of the monitors on all of the computers." It's cross-platform x2vnc, sort#
144 month ago
Ethan Marcotte : New Mozilla website launches - At long last. Congrats again to Dave Shea, bringer of truth, light, and saucy UIs.
anildash : mozilla website relaunched - an enormous improvement... congrats to the whole team
Matthew M. Boedicker : mozilla.org redesign (with rotating screenshot image)
Jon Hicks : Firefox 1.0 - Need I say more?
plasticbag : Firefox 1.0 has been released to the general public - And no doubt the advert will be appearing in the New York Times any day now too. It's all terribly exciiting and I shall download it immediately.#