GNU is an operating system that is free software and respects users' freedom

GNU is an operating system that is free software—that is, it respects users' freedom. The GNU operating system consists of GNU packages (programs specifically released by the GNU Project) as well as free software released by third parties. The development of GNU made it possible to use a computer without software that would trample your freedom.

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The GNU Project 2019 Projects

  • Kumar Mallikarjuna
    [GNU Wget] HTTP/2 Test Suite
    Adding HTTP/2 + TLS support to the test library and h2 specific tests.
  • Jakob L. Kreuze
    GNU Guix - Guix Deploy
    Add tooling to the Guix package manager for configuring and building local "copies" of remote systems and transferring those copies to their...
  • Miguel Dantas
    GNU social - Optimizations on Load Balance System and Storage Usage
    GNU social is a communication software used in federated social networks. This project will: • Improvements on the Federated Requests Queue (which...
  • Bruno Casteleiro
    Improvements on GNU social's network systems
    GNU social is a communication software used in federated/decentralized social networks. In order to archive such decentratization, some communication...
  • ng0
    syscall/setsockopt optmization on various platforms, working on the testsuite for the libmicrohttpd2 API
    To optimize syscall/setsockopt optimization on various platforms (Debian Linux, FreeBSD 12-RELEASE-p3, NetBSD-CURRENT), and to work on the testsuite...
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