Projects of the Week, January 18, 2016

By Community Team

Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of


TuxGuitar is a multitrack guitar tablature editor and player written in Java-SWT. TuxGuitar can open GuitarPro, PowerTab, and TablEdit files.
[ Download TuxGuitar ]


FileBot is the ultimate tool for renaming your movies, tv shows or anime and downloading subtitles. It’s smart, streamlined for simplicity and just works. FileBot supports Windows, Linux and Mac, plus there’s a full-featured command-line interface for all sorts of automation.
[ Download FileBot ]


FileBot is the ultimate tool for renaming your movies, TV shows,  anime, and music. It also downloads subtitles and artwork. FileBot is smart, streamlined for simplicity, and just works. It supports Windows, Linux, and Mac, plus there’s a full-featured command-line interface for all sorts of automation.
[ Download WinPython ]


An independent, small, and rolling distribution, fully focused on KDE/Qt. KaOSx uses pacman as package-manager.
[ Download KaOSx ]


DjVu is a web-centric format and software platform for distributing documents and images. DjVuLibre is a Open Source implementation of DjVu, maintained by the original inventors of DjVu.
[ Download DjVuLibre ]

Bridge Designer and Contest

A national virtual bridge engineering contest with prizes for middle and high school kids, grades 6 to 12, but anyone can enter for fun. Based on the award-wining Bridge Designer client software, now Open Source through this project. The web site infrastructure supports worldwide participation in qualifying and semifinal rounds, with a tiny administrative staff. The new Rails back end is a RubyMine project. Thanks to JetBrains for this mega development environment!
[ Download Bridge Designer and Contest ]


Tool Command Language (Tcl) is an interpreted language and very portable interpreter for that language. Tcl is embeddable and extensible, and has been widely used since its creation in 1988 by John Ousterhout.
[ Download Tcl ]

Maxima — GPL CAS based on DOE-MACSYMA

Maxima is a computer algebra system written in Common Lisp, and is comparable to commercial systems like Mathematica and Maple. It emphasizes symbolic mathematical computation: algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and more. Maxima has user-friendly front-ends, an on-line manual, plotting commands, and numerical libraries. Users can write programs in its native programming language, and many have contributed useful packages in a variety of areas over the decades.
[ Download Maxima — GPL CAS based on DOE-MACSYMA ]


Bluestar is a GNU/Linux operating system, built to provide an up-to-date kernel with rolling releases, fast performance, a wide variety of applications with current versions, a full development desktop and multimedia environment, and an Arch Linux based distribution.
[ Download BluestarLinux ]

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