The GNU Project
GNU is a free software Operating System and a collection of other utilities
GNU is a Unix-like operating system. That means it is a collection of many programs: applications, libraries, developer tools, even games. The development of GNU, started in January 1984, is known as the GNU Project. Many of the programs in GNU are released under the auspices of the GNU Project; those we call GNU packages.
List of Participating GNU packages
The GNU Project acts as an umbrella organization for its various packages. Participating this year are:
- GNU Poke
- GNU Wget / Wget2
- GNU Guix
- GNU Taler .. and more
See here for information on how to apply for a project with the GNU Project
The GNU Project 2020 Projects
Adopt the SMuFL music font encoding standardI would like to implement support for the SMuFL music notation font standard, in order to give LilyPond access to the growing number of notation...
Image registration with the celestial sphere and non-linear warping in Gnuastro.This project aims at working towards the implementation of libraries for image registrations and non-linear warpings required to register them for...
Machine Interface for GNU PokeGNU poke is an interactive, extensible editor for binary data. Not limited to edit- ing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides a...
Support arbitrary precision and export high quality outputXaoS currently cannot support very deep zooms because the 80-bit floating-point arithmetic used runs out of precision before too long. It should be...
V3 Rewrite with SymfonyGNU social is a communication software used in federated social networks, however, it relies on outdated and unmaintained libraries. To this end,...
Web-based graphical user interface for LibEuFinLibEuFin is a software package that provides access to (currently mainly European) banking APIs via a simplified interface. The goal of this project...
Wget2 - LibWARC Implementation and IntegrationWARC, short for Web ARChive, is a data storage format for storing archived web pages. It is an extension of the ARC format, traditionally used by web...