Free drawing software for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux
Dia Diagram Editor is free Open Source drawing software for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Dia supports more than 30 different diagram types like flowcharts, network diagrams, database models. More than a thousand readymade objects help to draw professional diagrams. Dia can read and write a number of different raster and vector image formats. Software developers and database specialists can use Dia as a CASE tool to generate code skeletons from their drawings. Dia can be scripted and extended using Python.
Announcing two new faster Robolinux 9.2 versions which run Windows
Robolinux is very pleased to announce its newly upgraded Cinnamon & Mate 3D 9.2 LTE 2021 versions release. The main focus on this massive upgrade was to improve speed, security and stability. Both of our 9.2 Versions come with FREE expert Tech Support. They have newer kernels, the newest VirtualBox and a significant number of important upstream security updates. The Robolinux 9.2 versions include many more automated driver installers, Free Stealth VM, Free C Drive to VM & Free Apps installers, and much much more. The Robolinux 9.2 versions focus on Privacy delivering exactly what our Users want which is a blazing fast Linux OS that runs Windows XP, 7 & 10 natively inside it. Please see the Readme.txt file for complete Robolinux V9.2 details For all downloads click on the "Files" button above. Thank you John Martinson Founder Robolinux.org
Localization tools built by localizers for localizers
Tools for localization: - Pootle: web based translation management system. - Virtaal: Computer Aided Translation (CAT) tool. - Translate Toolkit: QA, format conversion and support (PO, Java .properties, OpenOffice, Mozilla, XLIFF, TMX, TBX, CSV, Qt .ts).
Educational Software for children aged 2 to 10.
GCompris is a high quality educational software suite comprising of numerous activities for children aged 2 to 10. Some of the activities are game oriented, but nonetheless still educational.
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
TuxWordSmith uses XDXF dictionaries to play in 88 languages
Similar to the classic word game 'Scrabble', but with unicode support for multiple languages and character sets. The game is currently distributed with eighty-eight (88) dictionary resources for playing Language[i]-Language[j] 'Scrabble'. For example, if configured to use the French-English dictionary, then the distribution of available tiles will be computed based on frequency of occurance of each character of Language[i] (French), and for each submission the corresponding definition will be given in Language[j] (English).