@davidskg10 @jason123santa plenty more FOSS projects. Try the profile search with the #foss tag to find a bunch of them. Out of my head: @exodus @Tutanota @k9mail @gadgetbridge @codeberg @gitea @gsantner @nextcloud @Fairphone … the list could be continued over multiple toots.

@IzzyOnDroid thanks, although tagging them may be an intrusion, I'll check them out. :)

@davidskg10 Indeed, tagging them all felt a bit weird to me. The alternative would have been including the URLs to their profiles maybe. Luckily, nobody seems to have felt offended, 2 even sent back a "fave" 😃

You can check their profiles to see which of them meets your interests. And as pointed out: looking who uses the #foss hash-tag in their toots will certainly bring up more. Unfortunately I found no way to filter the profile directory by hash tag…

@IzzyOnDroid Thanks! It's okay! I will check them one by one. Cheers!

@davidskg10 I’m being snarky :-) I work for Red Hat so pretty much everything I work on is FOSS-related. My specific team has a bunch of stuff going at GitHub; you can check it out here: github.com/redhat-et

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Me, three main I'm still working on (all on savannah.nongnu.org), plus few others a bit dormant.

@AAMfP why is it dormant? Can you keep me updated on savannah?

@davidskg10
Those dormant projects is mostly because of lack of time.

savannah.nongnu.org/users/marc

Savannah is the reference repo for GNU projects with Git, Mercurial or SVN, news, mailing list, bugs page, ... And even non-GNU projects can submit, if they are free software, with manual review and approval of each!
Old style interface, but I like the free software "guarantee". It's not only pasting a random license file, but there's a volunteer that will check if all your files have a free license!

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