Open Source Software
According to the Open Source Initiative (OSI), Open Source software is any software:
- which is freely redistributable
- for which the source code is readily available
- for which derivative works may be created and distributed under the original license
- which does not discriminate against any individuals, groups, or fields of endeavor
Open Source software (OSS) can be released under a variety of different licenses, as long as the licenses comply with these sorts of guidelines.
As a service to the community, we offer some of our software for anyone to download and use. Feel free to redistribute or modify it!
A Windows Vista sidebar gadget for monitoring system stats.
Chris0-OSX-Black GNOME desktop theme
A theme for the GNOME window manager running on Unbuntu.
Aquarium profanity filter
A filtering package written in PHP. It filters nearly all English four-letter words, profanities, and pornographic language from any text.