Organizations

FlightGear

FlightGear is a free flight simulator project. Among the many goals of this project are the quest to minimize short cuts and “do things right”, the quest to learn and advance knowledge, and the quest to have better toys to play with. There are a wide range of people interested and participating ... [More] in this project. This is truly a global effort with contributors from just about every continent. Interests range from building a realistic home simulator out old airplane parts, to university research and instructional use, to simply having a viable alternative to commercial PC simulators. FlightGear and its source code have intentionally been kept open, available, and free. In doing so, we are able to take advantage of the efforts of tremendously talented people from around the world. [Less]

7 projects  |  2 affiliated committers
Maui Project

Open Source is collective power in action, the power of a worldwide community that build, share and improve the software together and then make it available to everyone. We want to make a system that is easy to use and give our users the best out of the box user experience. This is only possible ... [More] thanks to the worldwide Open Source community, because experts all over the world make a little piece of technology available to others. Maui is an innovative Linux distribution currently in development that specifically targets personal computing. Maui is a fast, efficient, simple to use, easy to learn and yet powerful system for computer users of all levels. [Less]

2 projects  |  1 affiliated committer
The MirOS Project

The MirOS Project is an informal gathering of BSD developers working on Open Source software (BSD related and unrelated). We have MirBSD, MirPorts, mksh, jupp, etc. already for projects. The MirOS Project accepts OSS only (OSD/OKD/DFSG/etc. free) and aims for BSD-ish licenced code, data and other works.

11 projects  |  1 affiliated committer
Haiku, Inc.

Haiku, Inc. Is a Not-for-Profit Organization that was founded in July of 2003 by the founder, long time leader, and visionary of the Haiku Project, Michael Phipps. Its aim is to support the Haiku Project and to further the development of the operating system and is its online community.

4 projects  |  5 affiliated committers
The LLVM Project

The LLVM Project is a collection of modular and reusable compiler and toolchain technologies. Despite its name, LLVM has little to do with traditional virtual machines, though it does provide helpful libraries that can be used to build them. The name "LLVM" itself is not an acronym; it is the full ... [More] name of the project. LLVM began as a research project at the University of Illinois, with the goal of providing a modern, SSA-based compilation strategy capable of supporting both static and dynamic compilation of arbitrary programming languages. Since then, LLVM has grown to be an umbrella project consisting of a number of subprojects, many of which are being used in production by a wide variety of commercial and open source projects as well as being widely used in academic research. [Less]

12 projects  |  0 affiliated committers
Horton Works

Horton Works believes that enterprises will rely on Hadoop as part of their modern data architecture. We aim to enable that by delivering enterprise Hadoop in Hortonworks Data Platform to deeply integrate with your strategic technologies and existing team capabilities. Founded in 2011 by 24 ... [More] engineers from the original Yahoo! Hadoop development and operations team, Hortonworks has amassed more Hadoop experience under one roof than any other organization. [Less]

0 projects  |  3 affiliated committers
PaperCut Software

At PaperCut we advocate the benefits of Open Source projects and aim to be an active part of the open source community.

3 projects  |  1 affiliated committer
TheGrid

We've taken a "platform first" strategy and for the past few years have launched the technologies that will ultimately culminate in TheGrid. By solving some of the web's most vexing technical problems with rare gems of computer science, we're committed to help designers and developers make the web ... [More] more beautiful & prosperous. We contribute major parts of the libraries and tools that we build our platform and products with, so that everyone can build on our work - the same way we build on existing open source software. [Less]

8 projects  |  1 affiliated committer
Crate.IO

We’re proud to stand on the shoulders of quite some Open Source poster children. Crate Data uses numerous third-party Open Source Libraries. Crate.IO is a new breed of database to serve today’s mammoth data needs. Based on the familiar SQL syntax, Crate combines high availability, resiliency ... [More] , and scalability in a distributed design that allows you to query mountains of data in realtime, not batches. We solve your data scaling problems and make administration a breeze. Easy to scale, simple to use. Crate.IO was founded by Jodok Batlogg, Christian Lutz and Bernd Dorn and is backed by Sunstone Capital and DFJ Esprit. To see our list of Open Source libraries, consult: https://crate.io/about/legal/notice/ [Less]

9 projects  |  5 affiliated committers
Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne is a multidisciplinary science and engineering research center, where teams of world-class researchers work alongside experts from industry, academia and other government laboratories to address vital national challenges in clean energy, environment, technology and national security.

8 projects  |  5 affiliated committers