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Try OX App Suite from Open-Xchange. It's very similar to Google Drive, but from what I have read the community version is open source. More detailed information can be found here in the OX Knowledge Base. Here's a quick preview of what it looks like on different devices:
GitHub has a developers' API which can be accessed from an unregistered user at the rate of 60 queries per hour. To see how many queries remain, use this GET endpoint: https://api.github.com/rate_limit To obtain the list of repositories, this GET endpoint is used: https://api.github.com/repositories For more details on pagination (30 items per request by ...
For detail information http://www.pcworld.com/article/2031457/ready-for-a-new-google-docs-alternative-meet-open-source-ox-documents.html Open-Xchange launches open source browser-based Office productivity suite, OX Documents visit http://www.open-xchange.com/misc/singlenews.html?tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=377&cHash=5ca0ddcd1137ce44adfa18a79dd55195
You can track all new "Open Software" projects here: http://www.kickspy.com/browse/new/open-software There's no RSS option but you could can get the results emailed Daily or Weekly. Although if you want them Weekly I suggest using this list instead (since it shows all new projects over 7 days instead of 4 days in the browse list) ...
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