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usplit (achraf)

Logiciel libre qui permet de découper les fichiers en plusieurs morceaux.

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visioo (fowlalgorn)

Une simple visionneuse OpenOffice (sxw et odt) pour Linux, Windows (dans un premier temps) Le but de cette visionneuse est de "démocratiser" les formats "Open Document" pour lutter contre l'omniprésence des formats fermés ( .doc principalement)

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webmedintux (medintux)

site web du projet libre sous licence cecill MedinTux. Suite logicielle de gestion de cabinet medical

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webminifier (frankendres)

WebMinifier is HTML (HyperText Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) minifier, available as a library and command line tool.

Minification removes comments and unneeded spaces (including tabs and newlines). HTML documents are keept well-formed if the source respects the XML (eXtended Markup Language) syntax. Embedded CSS is also minified.

It is written in C without any dependency.

This software is governed by the CeCILL-C license under French law, compatible with the LGPL (Lesser General Public License).

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WiiRemote powered touch screen for Linux

wiiri (tuos)

Wiiri aims to produce an user-friendly program which allows users to treat arbitrary screens as if they were touch screens. Program uses Nintendo WiiRemote controller(s) to obtain the needed pointer data. The idea for the project is got from an extremely creative person, Johnny Lee ( ). The main reason for this project is self-education, but also a desire to develop a usable Linux version. Current Linux implementations of the concept were not completely satisfactory for the authors. The resulting program will be licensed under GNU GPL.

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Wipe tools

wipetools (ban)

A set of tools and utilities for wiping data.

The set currently contains: * libgsecuredelete, a GObject wrapper library for the secure-delete tools; * nautilus-wipe, a Nautilus extension providing wiping integration.

These programs and libraries are all free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU GPLv3+.

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