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is an advanced command line notetaker.

nb (notebook) is a program that simplifies keeping notes made in various formats as well as bookmarks. nb stores content in notebooks for high-level organization, which can be synced with and encrypted. nb can search notes using an expressive syntax of simple terms or full regex. nb supports using for format conversion.

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is a command line website text viewer.

rdrview is a command line adaptation of Firefox's reader view, which extracts the core textual content of a webpage for unobscured reading. rdrview can output to Markdown or HTML, supporting setting base URLs for a smoother local browsing experience.

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is a tabular data toolset.

miller mogrifies , , and tabular data with named fields, providing commands for cutting, filtering, and joining data from many sources. miller then outputs data to a supported format. miller can perform complex analysis on data using a simple programming language.

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@play0ad One of the finest things about 0ad? Its source code is free software and its art is under creative commons, meaning that potential for expansion is almost unlimited, as long as a group of people want it. Developers, artists, history buffs and gamers all contribute. It's awe inspiring.

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is an approximate algorithm.

BlurHash compresses images into 20-30 character strings that can be decoded into a blurry approximation of the original image. BlurHashes are small and can be stored in strings of many data formats, allowing for use as lightweight placeholder images. BlurHash has bindings and implementations in many programming languages.

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is a minimal .

JUnzip is a library providing utilities for interacting with ZIP files. JUnzip can use zlib as or Puff for compressing/decompressing with the DEFLATE format, but also supports a no compression mode for using ZIP as a pure container. JUnzip provides several demo programs.

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& are nice tools that can help you optimize your images.

Output file size = 5897157 bytes (3181925 bytes = 35.05% decrease)

Version 2.2.7 is now out. Lot of fixes including two big changes to the ViGEm libraries. Infinite rumble issues should be resolved.

is a encapsulator.

boxes surrounds arbitrary text fed into it with a box. Boxes made by boxes can be shaped with a variety of characters, supporting that mogrifies the text (like character spacing), padding, etc. boxes provides box styles for programming language comments, decoration, emphasis, and more. boxes also supports removing boxes from text.

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@paulchoix I have a few questions.

* Why OpenOffice over LibreOffice or AbiWord and Gnumeric?
* Why Jam over Mumble?
* Why Matrix over XMPP?

I'm just curious. :)

Alright, so let's say you wanted to set up an entire work environment using FOSS. What's your stack? Here's what I have so far:

- OpenOffice: Documents
- Mail-In-A-Box: Email, Calendar
- Element: Instant Messaging
- Nextcloud: Storage
- Jam: Audio Rooms
- Jitsi: Video Rooms
- PeerTube: Video Libraries

What am I missing?

Trying out after a long break.
It's now more beautiful and faster than ever!


"Bloom is an open source and privacy-focused productivity suite: Inbox, Calendar, Files, Contacts & much more. It's literally the easiest way to de-Google your life and business."


"Tauri is a framework for building tiny, blazing fast binaries for all major desktop platforms. Developers can integrate any front-end framework that compiles to HTML, JS and CSS for building their user interface. The backend of the application is a rust-sourced binary with an API that the front-end can interact with."

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