appcelerator is an open source platform that provides everything you need to build rich web, mobile and desktop applications. Appcelerator’s flagship product is called the Appcelerator Platform. The Appcelerator Platform consists of an SDK for building rich web applications and is completely open source.
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CMS Made Simple is an open source (GPL) package, built using PHP that provides website developers with a simple, easy to use utility to allow building small-ish (dozens to hundreds of pages), semi-static websites. Typically our tool is used for corporate websites, or the website promoting a team or organization, etc. This is where we shine. There are other content management packages that specialize in building portals, or blogs, or article based content, etc. CMS Made Simple can do much of this, but it is not our area of focus.
Ohloh is a free, public directory of Free and Open Source Software and the contributors who create and maintain it. Ohloh Code is a publicly available, free code search site that indexes most of the projects in Ohloh.
SimplePie is a very fast and easy-to-use feed parser, written in PHP, that puts the 'simple' back into 'really simple syndication'. Flexible enough to suit beginners and veterans alike, SimplePie is focused on speed, ease of use, compatibility and standards compliance.
MongoDB (from "humongous") is a scalable, high-performance, open source, document-oriented database. Written in C++, MongoDB features:
Document-oriented storage »
JSON-style documents with dynamic schemas offer simplicity and power.
Full Index Support »
Index on any attribute, just like you're used to.
Replication & High Availability »
Mirror across LANs and WANs for scale and peace of mind.
Scale horizontally without compromising functionality.
Rich, document-based queries.
Fast In-Place Updates »
Atomic modifiers for contention-free performance.
Open Source Living is a community-driven dynamic archive of Open Source software spanning all major platforms. Through a simple, elegant and efficient presentation of resources and information, OS Living aims to highlight small and large OSS projects, to inform and raise awareness to OS ethics, and to reinforce the credibility of OSS as a viable alternative to corporate funded, closed source software.
There are currently three core components that form the Open Source Living website, which are: the Archive, the Community, and blog.