DanteTheEgregore
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Self-hosted replacement for Github
33 votes

We use Atlassian Stash along with Jira for issue tracking. Stash is licensed at $10 for 10 users, $1,800 for 25 users, $3,300 for 50 users, $6,000 for 100 users, and $12,000 for 500 users. Stash ...

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Online storage service with 15GB that works well on Linux
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27 votes

Mega Mega is an excellent service I've been using since its initial launch. I'd highly recommend it if not just for its usability and the 50gb free storage you get. One thing I love about Mega is the ...

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Raster graphics editor without subscription-based license
15 votes

GIMP is a strong alternative. GIMP is available on OS X, Windows, and Linux. GIMP is free and licensed under the GNU General Public License. As for your feature list: layers: ✓ all layer effects: ✓ ...

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Is there a StackExchange client for Windows 8?
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14 votes

You're not the first person to ask this. If there was one it would probably be posted on StackApps. That being said a quick search under the Windows tag pulls up only about five results, none of ...

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Voice chat software for communicating through LAN (does not require an Internet connection)
9 votes

I would recommend Mumble Mumble is an open source, low-latency, high quality voice chat software primarily intended for use while gaming. Some notable features include Low latency, high quality, ...

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How to turn my PC into a router and possibly add some extra capabilities?
4 votes

OpenWrt OpenWrt is a rather popular option that supports AVR32, ARM, CRIS, m68k, MIPS, PowerPC, SPARC, SuperH, Ubicom32, x86, and x86-64 instruction sets. Why OpenWrt? To quote the OpenWrt about page ...

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Iso to avi converter software
4 votes

I would recommend DVDx DVDx is open source and available as a free trial on Linux, Windows, and OS X. DVDx can be used to decrypt and copy ISOs from or rip DVDs, HD-DVDs, and Blu-ray discs. DVDx ...

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Android app to silence the phone
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4 votes

Minimalist Silence Widget seems to be a good fit. It's free, seems to be the most basic (no sliders, extra bloat, features, etc.) and has a 4.4 on Google Play. From the Google Play Store description ...

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TV with relevant information
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2 votes

I would suggest Rainmeter. To quote the little blurb on their site: Rainmeter displays customizable skins, like memory and battery power, RSS feeds and weather forecasts, right on your desktop. ...

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Application to work with KeePass 2 files .KDBX on OS X
1 votes

Have you considered KeePassX? KeePassX is a port of KeePass available on both Linux and OS X, free of charge. KeePassX is licensed under the GNU General Public License Features: native OS X and ...

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Allvideodownloader replacement
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1 votes

My advice would be to use two seperate programs here. Downloading Videos First I would recommend JDownloader to download the actual videos JDownloader is a free, open source, download management tool ...

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