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FSD meeting recap 2022-07-01

by Craig Topham Contributions Published on Jul 11, 2022 10:39 AM
Check out the great work our volunteers accomplished at today's Free Software Directory (FSD) IRC meeting.

Every week, free software activists from around the world come together in #fsf on Libera.Chat to help improve the FSD. This recaps the work we accomplished at the Friday, July 1st, 2022 meeting, where we didn't see any new programs added, but we had a few great conversations and several entries updated.

TWL (Today We Learned)

Program entries with minor edits:

  • SystemImage, automates an installation of GNU/Linux to multiple machines.
  • Sysstat, a collection of performance monitoring tools for GNU/Linux.
  • Swift, a free cross-platform XMPP client.
  • Sspm, a simple script package manager designed for GNU/Linux-based operating systems built from scratch.
  • Siitperf, an RFC 8219 compliant SIIT performance tester.
  • Rmlint, a tool to remove duplicates and other lint.
  • Remerge, a browser-based multi-distro package management frontend.
  • Plus4emu, a portable emulator of the Commodore Plus/4 computer.
  • Pkgutils, utilities for manipulating software packages.
  • Pale_Moon, a Goanna-based web browser.
  • Pacman-arch, a library-based package manager with dependency support.
  • PAUD, a utility bootdisk.
  • Nss-mdns, a GNU Libc NSS module that provides mDNS host name resolution.
  • Monitorix, a lightweight system monitoring tool.
  • LineControl_Server, remotely controls server connections.
  • Simple_Grid_Protocol, a High Concurrency Grid Computing Software & Protocol.
  • Lm_sensors, utilities to monitor temperatures, voltages, and fans.

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