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  1. Open Source Java Directory
    The Open Source Java Directory is maintained by Steve Mallett, creator of OSDir.com. We welcome and encourage readers to add new product titles to the directory. All submissions go through an editorial review before being posted to the site.
       
  2. Open Source Directory Services
    Apple's Open Directory architecture includes source code for both directory client access and directory servers. Open Directory forms the foundation of how Mac OS X accesses all authoritative configuration information (users, groups, mounts, managed desktop data, etc.). Mac OS X obtains this information via abstraction APIs, enabling the use of virtually any directory system.
      
  3. Red Hat challenges Novell with open source directory
    Red Hat Directory Server began life as the Netscape (Overview, Articles, Company) Directory Server, which Red Hat acquired from the Netscape Security Solutions division of AOL last September. It's a fully functional, enterprise-class LDAP directory server. Each instance of the directory scales to support millions of directory entries and thousands of queries per second, making it a viable alternative to market-leading commercial products such as eDirectory and Microsoft's (Profile, Products, Articles) Active Directory.
      
  4. Open source directory
    Many observers believe that, in the long run, the Fedora project will probably prove to be a superior choice to OpenLDAP for those looking for an open source directory server. But with OpenLDAP well entrenched as the de facto standard for budget directory deployments, it's unlikely to disappear anytime soon. Either package is a solid choice for basic directory functionality, even for large databases.
      
  5. Red Hat to Open Source Directory Server
    Linux vendor Red Hat  plans to release Netscape's Directory Server to the open source community, which could add improved scalability to current open source lightweight directory access protocol offerings, according to a developer for the number one Linux distributor. Netscape Directory Server is an LDAP server that provides a network centralized registry for application and user settings, as well as policies and access control information. A number of Linux distributions, including Red Hat, already include the OpenLDAP open source project.
       
  6. Red Hat to Open-Source Netscape Directory
    Red Hat is planning to rename the Netscape Directory Server the "Red Hat Directory Server." Red Hat officials are slated to detail the LDAP-based directory server's single-authentication, user-identity management and multimaster replication capabilities. Red Hat officials also will share information on the Web-based desktop applications that come with the Red Hat Directory Server, including a centralized phone book, employee locator and org-chart tool.
      
  7. Red Hat unveils open source directory server
    Red Hat has unveiled the Red Hat Directory Server and simultaneous release of the source code for the core of the product under general public licence (GPL).This release also sees Red Hat expand its software portfolio with middleware. Last year, the company unveiled an application server that is, in part, based on Objectweb's Java Open Application Server and Tomcat, part of the Apache Jakarta Project.
      
  8. Welcome to  The  Open  Source Sports Player Directory
    This is a NEW directory of players. Listings and new categories are being added daily, both by volunteers from the MLN staff and by fans, families, and sports professsionals like you. Choose a category to browse the Open Source Sports Directory (OSSD). If you would like to know more about How to use the OSSD, follow this link.
       
  9. Red Hat Rolls Out Open Source Directory Server
    Fedora Directory Server (FDS) adds full access to the code for the console and administration engine, joining the earlier open sourcing of the software's core LDAP engine. A statement from the project's directors noted that Fedora developers will now be able to port the entire package to new platforms, with all of the various pieces ready in tandem. At present, FDS is supported for Fedora Core, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0 and 4.0, Solaris 2.8 and 2.9, Windows 2000 and HP/UX 11i. 64-bit x86 platforms aren't supported now but should be in a future upgrade, the statement noted; however, FDS will work on 64-bit Sun SPARC platforms now.
       
  10. Fedora Project Releases Fedora Directory Server 1.0 
    Fedora Directory Server 1.0 furthers the evolution and democratization of open source software in making this powerful, enterprise proven technology available to all," said Paul Cormier, executive vice president of Engineering at Red Hat. "It is a boon for developers who are now able to port the full package - LDAP engine, console and administration engine - to many different platforms.
      
  11. Open Source Java Directory
    The Open Source Java Directory is maintained by Steve Mallett, creator of OSDir.com.
    DualRpc easy bidirectional RPC for GUI client to server
    We welcome and encourage readers to add new product titles to the directory. All submissions go through an editorial review before being posted to the site.
    You'll need to be registered with the O'Reilly Network to create or update entries.
    Not yet registered? You can do so here. 
    Need to update a product entry you previously created? Login to do so here. 
  12. Open Source Content Management Systems Directory
    CMS (Content Management System) is a Perl-based groupware application that allows a group of persons to share documents via a web interface. Documents can be checked-in, checked-out, reserved, etc. The package has not been devloping for some time, but it gets a lot of visitors on SourceForge, probably because of its generic name. 
    Aegir CMS cmsInfo 
    Aegir CMS is a full-featured Content Management System built on the popular Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP (LAMP) platform powered by the Midgard Content Management framework application server. It requires a working installation of Midgard 1.4.x. 
    Aegir CMS is derived from the succesful Nadmin Studio codebase. The application is licensed under the Artistic License-derived "HKLC Nadmin Studio Interface" License. 
    Apache Lenya 
    Apache Lenya (formerly Wyona CMS) is an Open-Source Content Management and Publishing System written in 100% pure Java. It is based on open standards such as XML and XSLT. One of its core components is Cocoon from the Apache Software Foundation, and Lenya is now an Apache Cocoon subproject.
  13. Open source Directory Services
    Apple's Open Directory architecture includes source code for both directory client access and directory servers. Open Directory forms the foundation of how Mac OS X accesses all authoritative configuration information (users, groups, mounts, managed desktop data, etc.). Mac OS X obtains this information via abstraction APIs, enabling the use of virtually any directory system.
  14. Open-source directory debuts
    Ohloh, a directory of open-source projects, launched its public beta on Wednesday. Ohloh provides metrics and links on open-source software with regard to origin, start date, active contributors, code activity, licensing and comparable projects. It also offers a cost-analysis feature to help developers decide whether to buy or build.
  15. Introducing the Mac Open Source Software Directory
    Earlier this year, when Jason McIntosh offered to let us integrate his excellent "Mac OS Open Source Software" site into O'Reilly's Mac DevCenter, we felt that it would help us complete our vision of being a complete open-source resource for Mac users. Happily, we've just finished the first stage of this transition, and the directory is now up and running. This incarnation is titled the Mac Open Source Software Directory.
  16. Joomla Open Source Directory
    Welcome to the Joomla Open Source Directory. At the Joomla Directory we have one objective to provide you with access to a wide range of web sites dedicated to Joomla covering a number of categories including Templates, Components, Modules, Community sites, Hosting and more. We also offer the latest news in relation to Joomla.
  17. FSF/UNESCO Free Software Directory
    The Free Software Directory is a project of the Free Software Foundation (FSF) and United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). We catalog useful free software that runs under free operating systems ? particularly the GNU operating system and its GNU/Linux variants.
    Licenses are verified for each and every program listed in this directory.
    The FSF and the GNU project wish to congratulate Leandro GFC Dutra for winning the D5000 contest and helping the Free Software Directory with his entries!
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Posted on: April 18, 2011

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