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[News] Another Set of New Lists of Applications for GNU/Linux (Groupware, Clipboard, Etc)

  • Subject: [News] Another Set of New Lists of Applications for GNU/Linux (Groupware, Clipboard, Etc)
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 21:09:45 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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9 of the Best Free Linux Groupware Software

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| Groupware software (or collaborative software) is 
| designed to enable users to collaborate, regardless 
| of location, via the internet or a corporate intranet 
| and to work together in a virtual atmosphere.
| In an organisation, productivity rests on the 
| intranet, and a groupware or collaboration server is 
| what helps to make the intranet productive. This type 
| of software provides critical services like email and 
| address books, and establish communication via 
| instant messaging.


Linux Alternatives to Popular Apps 

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| Linux is quickly gaining popularity, but there are 
| still many users afraid to convert as they are not 
| familiar with the applications.


Clipboard management with Linux

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| In fact you will always need one on your Linux box.



15 Relatively Unknown Linux Apps

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| Most people go for the big apps when switching to Linux, and for good
| reason: they are easy to find, usually very polished, often updated, and
| there's a lot of online documentation for them. What if you're not looking
| for the most popular, but instead the best app for you? Below are 25
| excellent, high-quality Linux apps that go neglected far more often than
| they should be. Some are popular amongst those who have been at the Linux
| game for awhile, and others have become a staple of certain distros while
| remaining relatively unknown by users of different distros. No matter the
| reason they've sat in the midline of popularity, you can be assured that
| these apps do what they claim to do, and they do it well.


10 of the Best Free Linux IRC Clients

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| Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is a type of real-time Internet text messaging (chat)
| or synchronous conferencing. IRC was born during summer 1988 when Jarkko
| Oikarinen wrote the first IRC client and server when he was working in the
| Department of Information Processing Science at the University of Oulu,
| Finland. This system enables millions of people around the world to communicate
| in real time.


Midori Lightweight Web Browser Alternative

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| Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari. Those are the
| usual web browser names that make the news these days on the Internet. This
| are also the web browsers that the majority of web users use actively. Other
| web browsers face this tough competition. Last to feel the competition was
| the Google browser which â despite Googleâs marketing power and efforts â
| remains at the lower end of web browser distribution.


Four Open Source Blogging Clients for Linux

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| As part of our continuing series on open source blogging tools, today we're
| going to take a look at some standalone blogging clients for Linux users. If you
| want an app that's been designed specifically for your desktop of choice then be
| sure to check out posts from earlier this week that cover GNOME and KDE blogging
| tools.


GNU/Linux Software I Use Regularly

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| I recently received an e-mail from a friend that has started using Ubuntu. He is
| rather new when it comes to running a GNU/Linux desktop and has asked me several
| questions. One of the questions was basically what software do I use and
| recommend. This is a serious question that a lot of new users will probably want
| to know.

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