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Sustainability of open source
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There is great interest in the nonprofit sector in open source software, for lots of excellent reasons. The most important thing for an open source developer is not software, but sutainability.
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ActionApps
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ActionApps provide an automated publishing environment for non-profit websites. ActionApps are driven by open source software.

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Back-End
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Back-End allows even the non-technical to manage any website easily, through a web browser, on any operating system. Fast, flexible and easy to understand, Back-End puts you in charge of your site, saving your organisation time and money in the process.

Back-End is particularly suitable for advocacy organisations, with a suite of tools that allow you to create and manage polls and petitions, and to interact with your visitors, making it faster and easier for you to respond to issues as they arise, and to organise members activity.
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Bluefish - HTML Editor
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Bluefish is a programmer's Web development editor designed to save the experienced webmaster some keystrokes. It features a multiple file editor, multiple toolbars, custom menus, image and thumbnail dialogs, open from the Web, CSS dialogs, PHP, HTML, Java.
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Free Software Foundation
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Free Software Foundation is an international organization dedicated to the development of free software, and the home of GNU Project that developed a complete Unix-like operating system.

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GAIM
Rank: Highly Recommend
Gaim is a multi-protocol instant messaging client for Linux, BSD, MacOS X, and Windows. It is compatible with AIM (Oscar and TOC protocols), ICQ, MSN Messenger, Yahoo, IRC, Jabber, Gadu-Gadu, and Zephyr networks.

Gaim users can log in to multiple accounts on multiple IM networks simultaneously. This means that you can be chatting with friends on AOL Instant Messenger, talking to a friend on Yahoo Messenger, and sitting in an IRC channel all at the same time.

Gaim supports many features of the various networks, such as file transfer (coming soon), away messages, typing notification, and MSN window closing notification. It also goes beyond that and provides many unique features. A few popular features are Buddy Pounces, which give the ability to notify you, send a message, play a sound, or run a program when a specific buddy goes away, signs online, or returns from idle; and plugins, consisting of text replacement, a buddy ticker, extended message notification, iconify on away, and more.

Gaim runs on a number of platforms, including Windows, Linux, and Qtopia (Sharp Zaurus and iPaq).

Gaim integrates well with GNOME 2 and KDE 3.1's system tray, as well as Windows's own system tray. This allows you to work with gaim without requiring the buddy list window to be up at all times.
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Galeon
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Galeon is a GNOME web browser based on Gecko (the Mozilla rendering engine). Its fast, has a light interface and is fully standards compliant.
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gFTP - ftp client
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gFTP is a multithreaded FTP client for X Windows written using GTK+. It features simultaneous downloads, resuming of interrupted file transfers, FTP, HTTP, and SSH protocols, file transfer queues, downloading of entire directories, FTP and HTTP proxy.
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Konqueror
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Konqueror is an Open Source web browser with HTML4.0 compliance, supporting Java applets, JavaScript, CSS1 and (partially) CSS2, as well as Netscape plugins (for example, Flash or RealVideo plugins).
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Liferea - RSS reader
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Liferea (Linux Feed Reader) is an RSS/RDF news aggregator which also supports CDF channels, Atom/Echo/PIE feeds, and OCS directories. It's intended to be a clone of the Windows-only FeedReader.
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Mozilla
Rank: Highly Recommend
- Mozilla now includes a spellchecker for MailNews and Composer.
- Mozilla MailNews now supports the printing of the attachments list.
- ChatZilla, Mozilla's internet relay chat client, has had a major overhaul bringing many improvements.
- MailNews users can add header lines to *every* msg sent out via a certain identity.
- A common application hang with SSL-encrypted SMTP connections in MailNews was fixed.
- Unstyled XML display has been improved.
- Users can now mark message as read by date in MailNews.
- Gecko now supports setting color for.
- A common problem collapsing the URLbar popup on Windows has been fixed.
- Mozilla's view source now displays line and column numbers in the status bar.
- Mozilla has improved performance, stability, standards support and web compatibility.
- Mozilla should no longer cause GDI problems on Windows.
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Mozilla Firefox
Rank: Highly Recommend
Firefox is an award winning preview of next generation browsing technology from mozilla.org.

Firefox empowers you to accomplish your online activities faster, more safely and efficiently than any other browser, period. Built with Tab browsing, popup blocking and a number of other seamless innovations, Firefox stands out ahead.
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NOSI: Non Profit Open Source Initiative
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This website contains a community model for software development. NOSI is a great place for nonprofits to learn how to utilize open source technology.
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Organize Now
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Organize Now is a nonprofit membership organization composed of activists and technically oriented people working to enhance grassroots organizing, research, and movement building by social change organizations. On their site, you may find a comprehensive list of free Open Source sites for nonprofit organizations at: http://www.organizenow.net/links/rawlinks.html#4
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OSDN (Open Source Development Network, Inc)
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OSDN (Open Source Development Network, Inc.) is a dynamic community-driven media network. OSDN publishes two world-renowned networks of Web sites: the OSDN technology network, and the MediaBuilder network.
This is a great site for eRiders looking for technology news or
information online.
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PhpBB
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phpBB is a high powered, fully scalable, and highly customisable open-source bulletin board package. phpBB has a user-friendly interface, simple and straightforward administration panel, and helpful FAQ. Based on the powerful PHP server language and your choice of MySQL, MS-SQL, PostgreSQL or Access/ODBC database servers, phpBB is the ideal free community solution for all web sites.
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Source Forge
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SourceForge.net is an Open Source software development website, with one of the largest repository of Open Source code and applications on the Internet. SourceForge.net provides free services to Open Source developers.
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Thunderbird
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Thunderbird is a full-featured e-mail and newsgroup client that makes emailing safer, faster and easier than ever before more.
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Twiki
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TWiki is a flexible, powerful, and easy to use Web-based collaboration platform. Use TWiki to run a project development space, a document management system, a knowledge base, or any other groupware tool, on an intranet or on the internet. Web content can be created collaboratively by using just a browser. Developers can create new web applications based on a Plugin API.
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UNESCO Free Software Library
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The UNESCO Free Software Portal gives access to documents and websites, which are references for the Free Software/Open Source Technology movement. It is also a gateway to resources related to Free Software.

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XChat
Rank: Highly Recommend
Xchat is an IRC client for UNIX operating systems. I.R.C. is Internet Relay Chat, see http://irchelp.org for more information about IRC in general. Xchat runs on most BSD and POSIX compliant operating systems, and has been reported to work on, at least:
* Linux
* FreeBSD
* NetBSD
* OpenBSD
* Solaris
* AIX
* IRIX
* DEC/Compaq Tru64 UNIX
* HP-UX 10.20 and 11
* MacOS X
* Windows 9x/NT
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