Looking for 3rd party info on free software games? You probably won't find too much on Wikipedia because the games are still deemed unimportant. Don't despair, that's why there is Libregamewiki! Get your game on!Read more »
AcaWiki is a promising new project to build a body of scientific knowledge that is free to use, study, improve, and redistribute. Instead of waiting for journals to make papers more available, they're building a free equivalent that will be just as useful.Read more »
SuperTuxKart is a racing game featuring the Linux mascot Tux. It is an enhanced fork of TuxKart. The latest version of the game is 0.5 and was released on May 31th, 2008. It is written in the C++ programming language. It uses the library SDL and PLIB for graphics and OpenAL for sounds.
SuperTuxKart was worked on by the GotM team through July to December 2004.Read more »
Due to the release of Kubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex and the change-over to KDE 4 the German speaking Kubuntu Community set up a competition for best KDE 4 and Intrepid related wiki-articles on http://www.kubuntu-de.orgRead more »
"OpenAnno is a real-time strategy and economic simulation game loosely based on Sunflower's Anno series.
The first public version of OpenAnno is version 2008.1 released on October 1st, 2008. It is currently also the latest release. The project's existence can be traced all the way back to July, 7th, 2007 when OpenAnno was registered on SourceForge.net."Read more »
While you can quickly find an article about a particular topic using Wikipedia's search capabilities, there are other ways to explore Wikipedia that break away from the traditional search box approach. Indywiki is a good example of a tool that tries to rethink the way we search and browse information in Wikipedia.Read more »
In the beginning, sometime in early 1996, several people were talking on the linux-kernel mailing list about a suitable logo/mascot for Linux. Of the many, many suggestions, many involved parodies of other operating system logo's - or were strong, noble beasts such as Sharks or Eagles.Read more »
Free software is software that can be used, studied, and modified without restriction, and which can be copied and redistributed in modified or unmodified form either without restriction, or with restrictions only to ensure that further recipients can also do these things. To make these acts possible, the human readable form of the program (called the source code) must be made available. The source code may be either accompanied by a software license saying that the copyright holder permits these acts (a free software licence), or be released into public domain, so that these rights automatically hold.Read more »
"Show Us the Code is gearing up now for round two. This time around we’ll pack a more permanent punch. A wiki will be setup in the near future, the goal? ..."Read more »