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Tryton is a modular ERP and business software platform with both a web interface as well as as a native cross-platform desktop client. Belgian IT leader B2CK (an enterprise solutions development services provider) founded Tryton in 2008 by forking OpenERP (founded in 2005 and today branded Odoo) to carry on using the GNU Public License (GPL). The Tryton Foundation provides leadership and a legal entity for the project.
SuiteCRM is fully-featured web-based customer relationship management (CRM) software. SuiteCRM was created in 2013 by Scottish project leader SalesAgility (a software consultancy concentrating on CRM solutions) who forked Sugar CRM (founded in 2004) to carry on using the GNU Public License (GPL).
SeedDMS is an easy-to-use web-based document management system for small and medium sized enterprises requiring formal document control to comply with internal or regulatory controls. SeedDMS was founded in 2013 by German developer Uwe Steinmann who forked LetoCMS (founded in 2005 as MyDMS), after assuming maintenance responsibilty for LetoCMS several years earlier. Uwe and German web development company MMK have been providing commercial support for SeedDMS since 2010.
Nextcloud is the most deployed on-premises open source file share and collaboration platform, with tens of millions of users at thousands of organizations across the globe. Access to documents is through a rich web interface, a cross-platform file system synchronization agent is available, and a variety of apps are available for additional functionality (e.g. Kanban project management and online meetings). Nextcloud was created in 2016 when German Nextcloud GMBH forked Owncloud (founded in 2010 also by Nextcloud’s founder).
Mantis is a web-based issue tracking and management system. Founded in 2000 to support software development, Mantis has been actively developed since and is a leading open source software issue tracking systems, as well as an effective general purpose issue management system. The Mantis project is led by a team composed of the original creator and volunteers.
Moodle is a web-based learning management system (LMS) used by hundreds of millions of learners worldwide, including leading organizations who use Moodle internally to support staff training. Moodle was first released in 2002, and the project is led and coordinated by Moodle HQ, an Australian company financially supported by a network of eighty-four Moodle Partner service companies worldwide.
ProjeQtOr is web-based portfolio project management software based on quality management, and supporting a variety of project management processes including risk management, Kanban, work tickets, requirements management with change management and test coverage, cost management, and Corrective and Preventative Actions (CAPA aka FRACAS). ProjeQtOr was first released in 2009 by ProjeQtOr.net, a French provider of project management services, and has been in continual development since.
TimeTracker is a web-based time tracking application for tracking time that employees, colleagues, or teammates spend working on projects and tasks. TimeTracker was created by Anuko, a Canadian IT services company and developer of personal productivity software applications.
WackoWiki is a fast, powerful, multi-lingual and extensible web-based Wiki engine. WackoWiki was created in 2003 by forking WakkaWiki (an early Wiki engine noted for speed and extensibility) when development of WakkaWiki stopped. The WackoWiki project is led by a volunteer team.
FreeBSD is a Unix operating system used to power modern servers that focuses on features, speed, and stability. FreeBSD is derived from BSD, the version of UNIX® developed at the University of California, Berkeley, and has been in continuous development since 1978. The FreeBSD project is supported by the FreeBSD Foundation.
KiCad is a cross-platform electronics design automation (EDA) desktop suite. KiCad was founded in 1992 for use at IUT de Grenoble in France and in mid-2010 received development support from CERN. KiCad is an effective alternative to commercial proprietary EDA software with major component manufacturers and distributors now providing KiCad-format library parts (symbols, footprints and 3D models). The KiCad project is led by a volunteer team.