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What is an open-source alternative to the Atlassian suite of products (Confluence, JIRA, etc.)?

I've played with Phabricator a little bit, but it's been over a year. It seems to have set its sights high with lots of components and functionality.
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What is an open-source alternative to the Atlassian suite of products (Confluence, JIRA, etc.)?

TRAC has wiki, bug tracker, code viewer, all with markup to interlink. Or, there is its fork Apache Bloodhound. All written in Python, plenty of plugins. Very mature. BTW Trac wiki is much closer ...
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PDF organizer with virtual hierarchy, fast viewer, highlighting, search

One tool that seems to meet your requirements is Zotero. I recommend it highly. In particular, I've had good experience with it across multiple platforms and web browsers, including Ubuntu with ...
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What is an open-source alternative to the Atlassian suite of products (Confluence, JIRA, etc.)?

That's simple - GitLab - i know you're looking at another direction, but if you think about it, GitLab has great implementation opportunities beyond building software. It has most of the features ...
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Document and receipt management (a replacement for Neat Receips)

Paperless is a self-hosted solution in which you push scanned documents to a folder and it automatically performs OCR and makes them searchable. I can't speak for the ease of installation, as I haven'...
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Software to split large PDF file into multiple documents

If you make a note of the page numbers and desired titles you can quickly produce a batch file to do this with pdftk just using the syntax: pdftk inputfilename.pdf 1-11 output outfilename1.pdf pdftk ...
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Tool for Requirements checking and commenting?

We use Confluence for this purpose. Some investment is required in building a template to capture the requirements from different stakeholder groups' points of view but this can be evolved over time. ...
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Simple open source document scan/tag/catalog more lightweight than Alfresco

I like OpenProdoc. http://jhierrot.github.io/openprodoc/ This open source EDMS is java based and runs as either a (Swing) client or (web) server. A standalone version is available that runs right out ...
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Project documentation repository

Alfresco has all of the features you have listed: web-based: Yes there is a web interface, among other interfaces like FTP and CMIS Allows download of documents via HTTP/S: Yes, and upload too ...
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Open Source document management system

I found Kimios DMS and SeedDMS winch is continuation of a project known as LetoDMS. the Kimios DMS is written in Java so you'll need to run it on Tomcat, Jboss or a compatible application server that ...
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Document/assets versioning and lock software

I would advise you to store source code in Git (or another tool dedicated to source code) and manage your digital assets using real digital asset management (DAM) software like Alfresco or NemakiWare (...
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Document/assets versioning and lock software

I would suggest taking a look at Mercurial: Open Sourced & Gratis Cross Platform Fast Distributed VCS like git User friendly compared to git in my personal opinion especially for users less ...
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Document edition with changes tracking, on Android

It sounds like you want Google Docs. https://www.viwoinc.com/google-docs-has-full-track-changes-word-integration/ If it's not installed by default on your Android device then you can get it here: ...
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RFP Management system

I would suggest taking a look at the Sphinx document generation system originally written to document python but it can be and is used extenensivly for other document generation. With it you can ...
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What's the best approach for archiving/storing many files to easily access them later?

Maybe you should consider Owncloud? Here is a quote from it: Access your data from all your devices, on an open platform you can extend and modify. The way I often introduce OwnCloud to somebody ...
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I am looking for Version Control for office documents

SVN is actually worth a shot. TortoiseSVN has facilities to diff Office files (at least, doc(x) and xls(x)), it looks like this: Though there are easy to install SVN servers with GUI like VisualSVN, ...
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Software to split large PDF file into multiple documents

You could do this with pdftk itself, rather than PDFTK Builder, and a short script, like the Python program below. (Both of pdftk and Python are free software and available for Windows.) Add and ...
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Tool for indexing, processing and generally managing digitalized documents

Alfresco can do this, actually I configured it for a similar use case a few years ago. Install Alfresco 2 Run and use it a bit to get an understanding of what it does. Basically, it allows you to ...
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Free document management system with file system integration

Have a look at Nextcloud. It has most of the features you are looking for and many plugins/apps in an Nextcloud App Store. There is a windows integrations available (WebDAV) as well as email ...
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PDF sorting--move, delete, and rotate pages only

PDFSam Basic is open source and focus to do these exactly basic functionalities. It can split, merge, extract pages, mix and rotate PDF files. It runs not only on Windows, but Mac, Linux, and even ...
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Git Client for Non-technical Users

GitKraken - see https://www.gitkraken.com/ Free for non-commercial use. Integrates with BitBucket, GitHub and more to make cloning new repos easy. I wonder though, why don't you just use Google ...
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Document organizer with OCR and email ingress

Maybe you mean Amber, "an open-source document search engine with automated crawling, OCR, tagging and instant full-text search". https://ambar.cloud/ https://github.com/RD17/ambar/ It seems to ...
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–ěpen source solution to manage and store project info? And view it like cards

You could give Kanban Boards a try. You could create for each project a board and store the different types of information on cards. Maybe you can use Trello (Web Software). Trello provides some ...
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Open source document management (alternative to Microsoft Sharepoint)

Alfresco is an open source document management system. It is rather similar to Sharepoint. Alfresco is easier to use by office workers than Subversion, especially because it does not have branches (...
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Self-hosted wiki

I recommend wiki.js Self-hosted. Supports editing in both WYSIWYG and markdown. Supports multiple users. Easy to use for both developers and non-technical users. open-source Easy to deploy via ...
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I am looking for Version Control for office documents

I assume that you are using Microsoft Office documents (vs. LibreOffice, etc.). If you can waive your requirement for being self-hosted, then I think Microsoft's solution to this problem is to use a ...
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Is there a membership software that is good for content specific to a single user/member?

ok... for me it sounds that nextcloud is a kind of software you are looking for: simple upload of files and folders via web-interface, WebDAV (local file-browser) or also FTP is possible (with a tiny ...
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Email to PDF or other web friendly file format

EML or MSG files can be converted to HTML using code available in this Code project article. Syncfusion WebKit converter can be used to convert HTML to PDF. // Code string filePath = Path....
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Desktop-based personal wiki

There is a decent Wikipedia page covering this topic. Of the ones listed, I've tried MoinMoin desktop edition and DokuWiki. Both work well. Since they are both absolutely free, I'd encourage you to ...
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Open source ready-to-use computer vision to tell whether a picture shows a dog/car/etc

On the Tensorflow Github site there are pretrained models, some of which are based on Image collections. I think with some digging you'll find more. Here is one available as a NodeJS model: ...
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