FlattrFOSS: May 2011

GNU & Tux in FlattrAs we mentioned the other week we’d be remixing/crossposting FlattrFOSS posts with flattrable FOSS applications. 5 recommendations each month. May will be the first one. The original post can be found here.

Remuco lets you control your Linux Media Player remotely from your mobile phone, via Bluetooth or Wifi. It supports a wide range of media players. It can run on any mobile phone supporting Java (J2ME) but there’s also a dedicated Android client. [Flattr]

GNU SASL is an implementation of the Simple Authentication and Security Layer framework that is used by many network services, e.g. IMAP, SMTP, to request authentication from clients, and also to respond to those authentication requests. [Flattr]

Bley is an intelligent greylisting daemon for Postfix. It triggers the greylisting only on suspicious clients listed on common black lists (RBL) thus avoiding the delay for most legitimate mails. [Flattr]

OpenStreetGame is a little educative game that you can play in your browser. It gives you a capital city and you have to click on its location on the map. If you’re too far off, you won’t be able to complete the levels of increasing difficulty. It’s a simple way to learn some geography… [Flattr]

Debian Administration is a website with lots of articles about the administration of Debian systems. It’s run by Steve Kemp, a former Debian developer, but the articles are contributed by many volunteers. Free software gives its best when it comes with good free documentation. [Flattr]

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