The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List

eWEEK recently named the most important open-source applications of all time. At the end of our list we asked, What did we miss? Well, according to some, w

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - GCC

GCC: The GNU Compiler Collection. (And, by far, the app named most often--and most vocally--as worthy of belonging on our original list.)

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Sendmail

Sendmail: Mail transfer agent (and the No. 2 most-oft-mentioned missed app).

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - BIND

BIND: The Berkeley Internet Name Domain.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - FileZilla

FileZilla: FTP client.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - JBoss

JBoss: Application server.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Kermit

Kermit: File-transfer protocol and suite.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Mono

Mono: Software for running Microsoft .Net-compatible client and server apps on Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X and Unix.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Squid

Squid: Caching proxy for the Web.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Wine

Wine: Compatibility layer for running Windows.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Apache Tomcat

Apache Tomcat: Servlet container.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - CVS and Subversion

CVS and Subversion: Version control systems.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - STAF

STAF (Software Testing Automation Framework): Multiplatform framework designed around the idea of reusable components.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Compiere and OpenMFG

Compiere and OpenMFG: ERP (enterprise resource planning) software.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - osCommerce

osCommerce: E-commerce management program.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - SugarCRM

SugarCRM: CRM (customer relationship management) platform.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Alfresco and Joomla

Alfresco and Joomla: Web content management systems.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Inkscape

Inkscape: Vector graphics tool.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Blender

Blender: 3-D graphics tool.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Audacity

Audacity: Sound editor. (Who makes podcasts without it? asked the reader who made this nod.)

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - LiveJournal

LiveJournal: Blogging tool.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Rosegarden

Rosegarden: MIDI and audio sequencer.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - JavaScript

JavaScript: The glue behind all AJAX/Web 2.0 apps, said the nominator of this app.

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Ogg Vorbis

Ogg Vorbis: Who needs MP3?

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The Open-Source Apps That Missed Our List - Postfix

Postfix: Mail transfer agent.

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