Barry Frost

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Tagged #opensource

Prometheus

An open-source service monitoring system and time series database.

Open Web Icons

Piwik

Piwik is the leading open source web analytics platform

Clear Sans

Discourse

Community/discussion forum system

Laravel

Popular PHP open-source framework

Hack Your Maps

Building maps using open mapping tools

Phabricator

Facebook’s suite of open source tools for code review, bug tracking, source browsing and documentation

Google Maps free alternatives

Leaflet

JavaScript library for interactive maps by CloudMade. Uses OpenStreetMap.

Riak

Scalable, distributed, master-less database designed to work in the cloud.

Unlicense.org

A template for unlicensing or releasing software into the public domain

Cinderella - A Development Environment for Macs

Mac dev environment containing MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis, Memcached, MongoDB, Ruby, Rails, Sinatra, Python, Node.js, Erlang and more - powered by rvm, homebrew and chef

DRBD

Open source high availability clustering software for server redundancy

NatsuLion

Open source Twitter client for the iPhone. Used as the basis for the Present.ly iPhone app. Worth digging around to see if this could also be a good starting point for a WLD app.

Strophe

Javascript XMPP BOSH library - for writing IM clients in the browser

Why Capistrano won't be supported on Windows

“Microsoft may be an 800lb gorilla, but it’s not my gorilla, and it’s not in my room. If you need to appease the gorilla, that is (with all due respect) not my problem.” Quite right. It’s open source: if people want it to work on Windows they can send modify and send patches.

Drizzle, Clouds, "What If?"

A new project to create a slimmed down MySQL targeted at web apps - UTF8, InnoDB and no stored procedures or other guff

reevoolabs

Reevo’s development team blog and open source project home

JW FLV Media Player

Can play any Flash video format - including h264