Organizations

EPAM Systems

We believe in the wisdom of communities. Our developers and engineers lead some of the most important initiatives in their fields with contributions to a range of open source projects.

5 projects  |  2 affiliated committers
nexedi

Nexedi has created, uses and maintains a number of free software solutions, supporting tools & services as well as modified and maintained third-party forks critical to our own products.

13 projects  |  1 affiliated committer
Opening Reproducible Research

For Open Science and reproducible research, we see not alternative to Open Source software. All scripts, code, and libraries supporting a computational analysis must be open for scrutiny by fellow scientists. We publish current code online, instead of holding back until publication of a paper, to ... [More] profit from interaction with the Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) community. Even the software of supported workflows (i.e. R) and underlying technologies (i.e. Docker) are published under FOSS principles. [Less]

14 projects  |  1 affiliated committer
Osmocom

The Osmocom project is an umbrella project regarding Open source mobile communications. This includes software and tools implementing a variety of mobile communication standards, including GSM, DECT, TETRA and others.

14 projects  |  0 affiliated committers

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My personal organization.

0 projects  |  0 affiliated committers
NASA

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA /ˈnæsə/) is an independent agency of the executive branch of the United States federal government responsible for the civilian space program, as well as aeronautics and aerospace research.

117 projects  |  0 affiliated committers
Dimagi

Dimagi operates on the belief that enabling high-quality mobile solutions at scale can impact millions of people’s lives by transforming frontline programs’ ability to deliver high-value services at the last mile. Across all of our teams at Dimagi, we’re committed to sharing and building on top ... [More] of one another’s ideas. It’s a big reason why we support and create open source software. This is especially true for our tech team, which consists of 29 people on our engineering, product and support teams. As part of the tech team at Dimagi, we’re constantly reviewing each other’s code on GitHub, sharing ideas through articles of the week, and often get together to watch videos or have discussions about the best new coding practices over lunch. [Less]

3 projects  |  0 affiliated committers
Universität Mannheim

The University of Mannheim (German: Universität Mannheim) is one of the leading research institutions in Germany. It has a focus on Economics . The projects here were mostly contributed by Mannheim University Library.

8 projects  |  1 affiliated committer
Kitodo. Key to digital objects

The aim of the development of Kitodo is a stable development and user community for digital libraries and archives. This is why the Kitodo community is pursuing an open source strategy: * Kitodo is open source software, so anyone can view the source code and adapt it to his (or other) needs. * ... [More] Each Kitodo user has different resources, experiences and competences that can benefit the overall project. * By releasing such developments, the whole community profits from every investment made in Kitodo. * If their own development capacities and financial resources are not sufficient for the realization of a requirement, developmental wishes can be realized jointly - whether through a co-operative development or joint commissioning of a service provider. [Less]

5 projects  |  0 affiliated committers
RIADVICE

RIADVICE is one of Tunisia’s leading software outsourcing providers. We use open source solutions and adapt them to provide the best experience to our customers. We also add our footprint to provide better software to the public.

3 projects  |  1 affiliated committer