Open Source

Open source applications may be viable alternatives to popular closed-source applications and some open source tools offers features or performance benefits that surpass their commercial counterparts.

Meet Plots: a mathematical graph drawing application for Linux desktop

Plots is a graphical drawing application that can easily visualize mathematical formulas. You can use it for trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and arbitrary sums and products. Draw mathematical graphs with graphs on Linux plot Is a simple application that is inspired by graphics drawing web applications, such as Desmos. It allows… read more »

Movim: Open source decentralized social platform based on XMPP network

Introduction: Movim is an open source decentralized social media platform that relies on the XMPP network and can use XMPP to communicate with other applications. We have highlighted some open source alternatives to mainstream social media platforms. In addition to these options available, I came across another open source social media platform that focuses on… read more »

QuiteRSS: Free and open source RSS reader for Linux desktop

Introduction: Lightweight open source RSS reader, suitable for desktop Linux, with all basic functions. I personally use things like feed Keep up with the latest global developments. However, it is a web-based service that provides some optional advanced features that I may never need. So I looked at some feed reader applications available for Linux,… read more »

Font Manager: A simple open source application for GTK+ desktop

Introduction: A rudimentary and simple font manager application that allows you to concentrate on adjusting fonts on Linux systems. If you are an experienced Linux user, you may be using a terminal or adjustment tool to manage fonts on your Linux system. To be honest, no matter how useful the GNOME adjustment tool is-just managing… read more »