How about Discourse?
I'm a touch biased, as it was created by our co-founder Coding Horror, (without whom I'd probably still be working as a finance exec, grinding orphans into money burgers for the rich to feed their pets,) but it seems to nail most of your criteria:
They offer (paid) hosting if you don't want to do it yourself
It's a ...
I recently created a tool that does exactly this. http://www.rkursem.com/poll/
Here, you enter the following:
Question you want to have a poll on.
Whether the respondents can select one or multiple answers.
Whether the respondents can choose from a fixed list or enter additional answers, which future users can then choose among or add another answer.
An interesting alternative I found is isso.
It can be hosted away from my static pages
It integrates well
It is free as in freedom.
As for the other requirements:
It is pretty easy to use
It is coded in a well-known language, Python, which is a bit boring - not fine
It stores comments in a sqlite database by default - not fine
It does include a voting ...
You can use Trello. It satisfies all the requirements that you have specified. Users can add items which may include text, pictures etc. They can comment and vote on the items added to the List.
In addition to this, you can add a Due Date, Labels, Attachments, Check list , etc. to the added list items. Trello is a very useful platform for brain storming ...
You could use uMap. It is an online tool for creating maps, based on OpenStreetMap.
You can draw markers, lines and areas on the map. These can be given names, descriptions, icons and colours.
There are a number of different background layers to choose from.
It has privacy options, so you can control who is able to see the map. You can add more users as ...
Yes, Google can search for SVG files. Lifehacker agrees.
January 28, 2011
Google Image Search Indexes SVG Files Last year,
Google announced that it started to index SVG files, but the results
were only returned by the web search engine. "SVG is an open,
XML-based format for vector graphics with support for interactive
elements. We're big ...
I guess TEAMUP CALENDAR will be appropriate. It facilitates you to create, maintain and sharing group calendars, which the creators say differentiates it from Google Calendar. Using the color-coding options, planners can identify program tracks and their main page also says “no user account required”
https://conversejs.org/ can be used for this.
It supports logging into any public jabber using a httpbind protocol either on their page or you can integrate the chat into your web page.
It even supports OTR.
Try Disqus. It's free, very easy to integrate into websites, and used by companies like CNN for their commenting systems.
I use Disqus on all of my Wordpress installations, two of my Ghost installations and one static website - each of which took less than ten minutes to set up.
One downside to Disqus is that it shows under a tab, "Around the Web" which is ...
Have you considered Pastebin for this task? It may not transfer directly from/to the clipboard, but it is simple enough to work with conveniently. If you need private text transfers I would recommend Google Keep, though keep in mind the contents of your clipboard would be on their servers.
You can use PushBullet. It is free, Works on all platforms including android. It also has a web interface.
There is a chrome extension. And also dedicated installers for all platforms. You can send text, files etc.
It allows you to send text or files to all devices (1), or a selected device(2).
You can evens send text and files to other people's ...
You don't even need a blog platform for that.
Just a static site generator like Pelican or Jekyll would be sufficient, you write with a Markdown editor (I use MacDown personally), you generate the HTML files of your blog using a tool like Pelican or Jekyll, you host it for free on github pages, and then point your github page to your domain.
For example, I ...
Talkyard is a new alternative this year 2018. It's similar to Disqus: threaded, and best comments shown first.
Your requested features:
Shouldn't require me to host it: Yes, fine. There's serverless hosting, see the link above. (It costs money.)
Free as in freedom: Yes, Talkyard is free and open source under the AGPL licence; you can install on your own ...
Take a look at https://pollunit.com
The poll tool meets all your requirements.
Your participants can also vote without an account. In addition, you have different vote types available such as:
Yes / no
Many other optional features are also available:
Short answer: No.
In the FreeGameDevWiki you can find an up-to-date list of web services of FOSS music (CC:BY and CC:BY-SA).
Of those, the only one I am familiar with is Jamendo, and while it does offer something called “radios”, I do not think that you can exclude non-FOSS music from them (all music is CC, but CC:BY and CC:BY-SA are definitely not the ...
Peertube https://joinpeertube.org is a free (no charge and libre) open source software developped by the Framasoft Association in France (framasoft.org). You can install it to run your own server and run your own video platform. The idea behind Peertube is decentralized video hosting, where instances cooperate in a peer to peer way.
If you don't want to ...
You can try HourHQ from Timekit: http://hourhq.com/ You can use a version of their hosted and branded service for free, but you send your users to their site. Plans that you can host are five dollars per user per month.
Timekit.io looks very cool, but it's $99 a month.
You can find open source stuff for php with MySQL, like http://easyappointments.org/, ...
TaskBoard by kiswa
A Kanban-inspired app for keeping track of things that need to get
The goal of TaskBoard is to provide a simple and clean interface to a
functional and minimal application for keeping track of tasks. It's
not trying to be the next Trello or LeanKit.
You can customize the boards and create diferent ones, for example. "...
Teamviewer is the software I've been favoring lately, so I'll add it to what the others said.
audio and video sharig
file transfer capabilites
free for personal use
Apart from publishing the app via a Terminal Server, I could suggest Code Beauty.
I don't really know any of your requirements, or what you need the tool to perform, but believe this tool meets your requirements:
Online, do not need to install anything
"Beautify" - I am not exactly sure what this actually does
Load URL / Download / Export ...
You can use this tool Online XML Editor It has many features like :-
minify and pretty print your xml
save you xml online and share it with your colleagues
Create new Element node or text node (pcdata and cdata node) by using add button on tree view bar
copy and paste node and its all children
add and edit attributes and many more
You have a number of choices:
You can use Graphviz where you would manually construct a node list, with links, and have graphviz layout your diagram for you and generate an SVG format. In addition to the offline tool there is an online version of the graphviz tool but note that it does not host the image you would still need to post the resulting SVG file ...
I believe EverNote can function as you desire:
I have used EverNote; and you can access your EverNote items from any PC (web browser - Win/Linux/Mac), as well as up to two (2) devices for free. It works really well, and I've not had any issues with reliability.
Also, in addition to "just" notes, for free you can:
Upload up ...
Perhaps Trello will suit you?
There is a free offering but you can pay for more features. Multiple 'boards', collaberation features (if that is of interest), and pretty straightforward to use.
In short, you can create multiple boards, each board is typically divided in to swim-lanes or stacks, and each stack contains multiple cards. It's ideal for ...