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One of the larger open source software indices

, posted: 11-Oct-2007 14:18

I just came across WEBI.org, which seems to be one of the largest indices of open source software I have found so far. All neatly organised into categories, with screenshots and description for many of the applications. Very nice.


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Comment by barf, on 11-Oct-2007 14:46

don't forget freshmeat !


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