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Second Life is a 3-D virtual world entirely built and owned by its residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively and today is inhabited by a total of 6,642,422 people from around the globe. Linden Lab is making the source code for the Second Life Viewer available to ... [More]
The Mindquarry Collaboration Server is an integrated set of tools for better teamwork including file sharing with version control, WYSIWYG-Wiki, and easy-to-use task management. It is accompanied by a small desktop client that allows desktop synchronization, and features a small todo list.
TeamLab is a free open-source platform for project management and business collaboration. Its features include project management, tasks, time tracking, people, blogs&forums, instant messenger, photos, wiki, bookmarks. These tools allow users to communicate, collaborate and manage their ... [More]
Gobby is a free collaborative editor supporting multiple documents in one session and a multi-user chat. It runs on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and other Unix-like platforms.
Mindquarry Desktop is a collection of tools for accessing the Mindquarry Collaboration Server from your Windows, Linux or Mac OS X Desktop. It features offline task management and desktop synchronization of shared files.
PTM is a Rails application that manages your team tasks, with a project management oriented vision. The demo site is fully operational and you can start using it right now.
VOS is a library and network protocol for interlinked object structures, which can be easily distributed over networks. Notifications of changes are automatically sent to other applications/clients. VOS simplifies concurrent asynchronous programming, both within the same process or distributed ... [More]
Snowglobe was an open source Second Life-compatible viewer, built jointly by the open source community and Linden Lab. The project has been discontinued in favor of the Second Life Viewer project, which unifies the internal development by Linden Lab and contributions by the open source community.