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qTwitter is a Qt-based multiplatform client for Twitter and Identi.ca. Aims to be as compact as possible, still providing outstanding functionality. Compilable and runnable on X11, Windows and MacOS X, with binary packages and/or integration scripts provided for variety of Linux distros.
Omni is a Software-as-a-Service/Cloud Computing service that wants to help you create and use modular applications for the web. It is the collection of the Colony Framework which supports the service, along with all the open source plugins developed for it.
Spaz is an award winning, open source Twitter client for Mac, Windows and Linux. The current version, known as Spaz.AIR, uses the Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR). Features: * Cross-platform: available on all AIR-compatible platforms (currently Windows and OS X, with Linux coming soon) * Open ... [More]
pidgin-twitter (also known as "ぴじつた") is a pidgin plugin which provides a lot of useful features to the users who use pidgin as a front end to post and read twitter messages.
Screen capture program that allows for region/window/full-screen screenshots. Can FTP screenshots and put the URL in your clipboard in a single keystroke. Supports automatic custom naming conventions with variables. Optionally can interface with image editing software.
ThinkUp is a free installable web application that captures the insights and expertise of your social network by collecting and organizing replies to your conversations on Twitter, Facebook and (soon!) other networks. Pre-alpha!
Dabr is a PHP web interface to the Twitter API for mobile devices. The project is running live at http://dabr.co.uk.
Canary is an open source Twitter client, developed in Objective-C / Cocoa and is under an MIT license. Canary's main features are multiple timelines, filters to help you focus on the stuff you read, drag-and-drop TwitPic integration and an easy way to add/remove/block fellow twitterers. ... [More]
This project was started with the purpose of studying Qt4 programming. It could be useful, for example, for KDE users, who need a natively looking client for their systems. And of couse it works in Gnome, Windows and every system that is supported by Qt.