OTW Tools

The projects used for helping with the OTW - both in documentation, and support.

GNU Emacs GNU Emacs
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4
   

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Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox
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4
   

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Chromium (Google Chrome) Chromium (Google Chrome)
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4
   

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MySQL MySQL
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4
   

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GIMP GIMP
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4
   

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Apache Subversion Apache Subversion
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4
   

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Evince Evince
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4
   

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Empathy Empathy
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3
   

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GNOME GNOME
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4
   

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OpenSSH OpenSSH
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4
   

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sudo sudo
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4
   

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X.Org X.Org
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4
   

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Ruby on Rails Ruby on Rails
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4
   

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otwarchive otwarchive
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5
 

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RubyGems RubyGems
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4
   

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Rake Rake
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4
   

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Dreamwidth
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4
   

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What is a Stack?

It's a list of software used to accomplish something. LAMP is an example.

To add a project to your stack, click 'Show Recommendations for this Stack' at the top middle of this page and then click 'I use this' on the projects you use.

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