Siril 1.2.3 💾

Siril is an astronomical image processing tool. It is specially tailored for noise reduction and improving the signal/noise ratio of an image from multiple captures, as required in astronomy. Siril can align automatically or manually, stack and enhance pictures from various file formats, even image sequence files (films and SER files). It works well with limited system resources, like in embedded platforms, but is also very fast when run on more powerful computers. Contributors are welcome. Programming language is C, with parts in C++. Main development is done with most recent versions of libraries.

minor bugfix: Handling wide-char characters in filenames on Windows (cfitsio rollback). Compression error (files were not compressed anymore). Internet connection in macOS version (packaging ).

GNU GPLv3 astronomy astrophotography photography image processing

Paperless-ngx 2.10.0 💾

Paperless-ngx is a community-supported open-source document management system that transforms your physical documents into a searchable online archive so you can keep, well, less paper. Features: Organize and index your scanned documents with tags, correspondents, types, and more. Your data is stored locally on your server and is never transmitted or shared in any way. Performs OCR on your documents, adding searchable and selectable text, even to documents scanned with only images. Utilizes the open-source Tesseract engine to recognize more than 100 languages. Documents are saved as PDF/A format which is designed for long term storage, alongside the unaltered originals. Uses machine-learning to automatically add tags, correspondents and document types to your documents. Supports PDF documents, images, plain text files, Office documents (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and LibreOffice equivalents)1 and more. Paperless stores your documents plain on disk. Filenames and folders are managed by paperless and their format can be configured freely with different configurations assigned to different documents. Beautiful, modern web application that features: Customizable dashboard with statistics. Filtering by tags, correspondents, types, and more. Bulk editing of tags, correspondents, types and more. Drag-and-drop uploading of documents throughout the app. Customizable views can be saved and displayed on the dash

major bugfix: Features: Feature: documents trash aka soft delete @shamoon. Enhancement: better boolean custom field display @shamoon. Feature: Allow encrypting sensitive fields in export @stumpylog. Enhancement: allow consumption of odg files @daniel-boehme. : : Document history could include extra fields @stumpylog. : use local pdf worker js @shamoon. : Revert masking the content field from auditlog @tribut. : respect model permissions for tasks API endpoint @shamoon. : Make the logging of an email message to be something useful @stumpylog. Documentation: Documentation: Corrections and clarifications for Python support @stumpylog. Maintenance: Chore(deps): Bump stumpylog/image-cleaner-action from 0.6.0 to 0.7.0 in the actions group @dependabot. Chore: Configures dependabot to ignore djangorestframework @stumpylog. Dependencies: . 10 changes. Chore(deps): Bump pipenv from 2023.12.1 to 2024.0.1 @stumpylog. Chore(deps): Bump the small-changes group with 2 updates @dependabot. Chore(deps-dev): Bump the development group with 2 updates @dependabot. Chore(deps-dev): Bump ws from 8.15.1 to 8.17.1 in /src-ui @dependabot. Chore(deps): Bump urllib3 from 2.2.1 to 2.2.2 @dependabot. Chore: update packages used by mail parser html template @shamoon. Chore(deps): Bump stumpylog/image-cleaner-action from 0.6.0 to 0.7.0 in the actions group @dependabot. Chore(deps-dev): Bump the development group with 3 updates @dependabot. Chore: Updates to latest Trixie version of Ghostscript 10.03.1 @stumpylog. Chore(deps): Bump tornado from 6.4 to 6.4.1 @dependabot. . All App Changes: . 17 changes. Chore(deps): Bump the small-changes group with 2 updates @dependabot. Chore(deps-dev): Bump the development group with 2 updates @dependabot. Chore(deps-dev): Bump ws from 8.15.1 to 8.17.1 in /src-ui @dependabot. Feature: documents trash aka soft delete @shamoon. Enhancement: better boolean custom field display @shamoon. : default order of documents gets los

GNU GPLv3 internet web dynamic content indexing search

DNF 4.21.0 💾

DNF is a software package manager that installs, updates, and removes packages on RPM-based Linux distributions. It automatically computes dependencies and determines the actions required to install packages. DNF also makes it easier to maintain groups of machines, eliminating the need to manually update each one using rpm. DNF (or Dandified Yum) is the next generation version of Yum. It roughly maintains CLI compatibility with Yum and defines a strict API for extensions and plugins. Plugins can modify or extend features of DNF or provide additional CLI commands on top of those mentioned below. If you know the name of such a command (including commands mentioned below), you may find/install the package which provides it using the appropriate virtual provide in the form of dnf-command() where is the name of the command; e.g. dnf-command(repoquery) for a repoquery command (the same applies to specifying dependencies of packages that require a particular command).

major feature: Add detection for ostree-based systems and warn users about losing changes. : No traceback when Python interpreter is running with -P. Allow ` py3_shebang_` macro to add `-P` argument to shebang lines. man: Improve upgrade-minimal command docs (RHEL-6417). Limit queries to nevra forms when provided by command. doc Remove provide of spec definition for repoquery command. Update the man page entry for the countme option. Drop collect file for ABRT.

GNU GPL package-manager python linux rpm

Hashrat 1.20 💾

Hashrat is a command-line utility that hashes things using md5, sha1/256/512, whirlpool and jh hash algorithms. It's written in C with few dependancies (basically just the standard C library). It can read input from standard in and hash it, either as a complete file, or line-by-line. It can recursively hash files on disk, either outputing hashes to stdout, or storing them in filesystem attributes, or in a memcached server. It can check files against a list of hashes supplied on stdin, or in the filesystem attributes of the files, or in a memcached server. It can find files that match a list supplied either on stdin, or uploaded to a memcached server. It has a 'cgi' mode that presents a web interface for hashing lines of text. It can pull files over ssh or http, to allow remote hashing/checking from another machine.

minor feature: Bring "make check" (check.sh) up to date with latest functioning of hashrat. Compile if openssl not available (update to latest libUseful). Honor stdin-supplied hash type when using 'match' (-m) functionality. Add -enable-harden, --enable-zlib and other options to./configure.

GNU GPLv3 hashing md5 sha1 whirlpool security monitoring c console posix unix linux

CMake 3.29.6 💾

CMake is an extensible, open-source system that manages the build process in an operating system and in a compiler-independent manner. Unlike many cross-platform systems, CMake is designed to be used in conjunction with the native build environment. Simple configuration files placed in each source directory (called CMakeLists.txt files) are used to generate standard build files (e.g., makefiles on Unix and projects/workspaces in Windows MSVC) which are used in the usual way. CMake can generate a native build environment that will compile source code, create libraries, generate wrappers and build executables in arbitrary combinations.

minor feature: Changes made since CMake 3.29.5: Brad King (3): Clang: Drop non-existent -fno-ansi-escape-codes flag VS: Quote custom command arguments containing semicolons CMake 3.29.6.

BSDL software-development build-tool

Ossia 3.2.1 💾

ossia score is a sequencer for audio-visual artists, designed to create interactive shows. Sequence OSC, MIDI, DMX, sound, video and more, between multiple software and hardware, create interactive and intermedia scores and script with JavaScript, PureData or C++ to customize your score. Free, open source and runs on desktop, mobile, web and embedded.

minor feature: lt;p gt; lt;a href="https://discord.gg/8Hzm4UduaS" rel="nofollow" gt; lt;img src="https://camo.githubusercontent.com/eaec13fca41fbdf09a2b013e8307bdd0f93bba4eadfcee86e4b97590478ef3d2/68747470733a2f2f696d672e736869656c64732e696f2f646973636f72642f3932383330373637313537393339343137393f636f6c6f723d373338394438266c6162656c3d646973636f7264266c6f676f3d446973636f7264267374796c653d666f722d7468652d6261646765" alt="Discord" data-canonical-src="https://img.shields.io/discord/928307671579394179?color=7389D8 amp;amp;label=discord amp;amp;logo=Discord amp;amp;style=for-the-badge" style="max-width: 100 ;" gt; lt;/a gt; lt;a href="https://opencollective.com/ossia" rel="nofollow" gt; lt;img src="https://camo.githubusercontent.com/a5f003105e291be2bf87fe0c46ed1b6c84a294aa9baab6661354c45d8af64ca4/68747470733a2f2f696d672e736869656c64732e696f2f6f70656e636f6c6c6563746976652f616c6c2f6f737369613f6c6162656c3d6f70656e636f6c6c6563746976652532306261636b657273267374796c653d666f722d7468652d6261646765" alt="Open Collective backers and sponsors" data-canonical-src="https://img.shields.io/opencollective/all/ossia?label=opencollective 20backers amp;amp;style=for-the-badge" style="max-width: 100 ;" gt; lt;/a gt; lt;a href="https://github.com/sponsors/jcelerier" gt; lt;img src="https://camo.githubusercontent.com/b6772963b6d41ea2dd8e9134c1143da8abf7fb7dd7820a5b34fb65ec5d788662/68747470733a2f2f696d672e736869656c64732e696f2f6769746875622f73706f6e736f72732f6a63656c65726965723f636f6c6f723d70696e6b266c6162656c3d73706f6e736f7273253230254532253944254134254546254238253846267374796c653d666f722d7468652d6261646765" alt="GitHub Sponsors" data-canonical-src="https://img.shields.io/github/sponsors/jcelerier?color=pink amp;amp;label=sponsors 20 E2 9D A4 EF B8 8F amp;amp;style=for-the-badge" style="max-width: 100 ;" gt; lt;/a gt; lt;/p gt;. lt;p gt; lt;strong gt;Full Changelog lt;/strong gt;: lt;a class="commit-link" href="https://github.com/ossia/score/compare/v3.2.0...v3.2.1" gt; lt;tt gt;v3.2.0...v3.2.1 lt;/tt gt;

GNU GPLv3 music sequencer audio media midi dmx osc c

MITK 2024.06 💾

The Medical Imaging Interaction Toolkit (MITK) is a free open-source software system for development of interactive medical image processing software. MITK combines the Insight Toolkit (ITK) and the Visualization Toolkit (VTK) with an application framework. The links below provide high-level and reference documentation targeting different usage scenarios: Get a high-level overview about MITK with pointers to further documentation End-users looking for help with MITK applications should read the MITK User Manual Developers contributing to or using MITK, please see the MITK Developer Manual as well as the MITK API Reference

minor feature: lt;p gt;For details see the official lt;a href= quot;https://phabricator.mitk.org/w/mitk/changelog/release-v2024.06/ quot; rel= quot;nofollow quot; gt;MITK v2024.06 Changelog lt;/a gt;. lt;/p gt;. . kislinsk. . . . . tag:github.com,2008:Repository/1760792/snapshots/2024-06-14. 2024-06-14T06:01:10Z. . snapshots/2024-06-14: 2024 Week 24 (Mid June). lt;p gt; lt;a href= quot;https://phabricator.mitk.org/w/mitk/changelog/2024.24/ quot; rel= quot;nofollow quot; gt;https://phabricator.mitk.org/w/mitk/changelog/2024.24/ lt;/a gt; lt;/p gt;. . kislinsk. . . . . tag:github.com,2008:Repository/1760792/snapshots/2024-05-02. 2024-05-02T07:34:07Z. . snapshots/2024-05-02: 2024 Week 18 (Very Early May). lt;p gt; lt;a href= quot;https://phabricator.mitk.org/w/mitk/changelog/2024.18/ quot; rel= quot;nofollow quot; gt;https://phabricator.mitk.org/w/mitk/changelog/2024.18/ lt;/a gt; lt;/p gt;. . kislinsk. . . . . tag:github.com,2008:Repository/1760792/snapshots/2024-03-11. 2024-03-11T12:34:36Z. . snapshots/2024-03-11: 2024 Week 11 (Mid March). lt;p gt; lt;a href= quot;https://phabricator.mitk.org/w/mitk/changelog/2024.11/ quot; rel= quot;nofollow quot; gt;https://phabricator.mitk.org/w/mitk/changelog/2024.11/ lt;/a gt; lt;/p gt;. . kislinsk. . . . . tag:github.com,2008:Repository/1760792/snapshots/2024-02-01. 2024-02-01T13:36:56Z. . snapshots/2024-02-01: 2024 Week 05 (Very Late January). lt;p gt; lt;a href= quot;https://phabricator.mitk.org/w/mitk/changelog/2024.05/ quot; rel= quot;nofollow quot; gt;https://phabricator.mitk.org/w/mitk/changelog/2024.05/ lt;/a gt; lt;/p gt;. . kislinsk. . . . . tag:github.com,2008:Repository/1760792/snapshots/2023-12-06. 2023-12-06T12:41:02Z. . snapshots/2023-12-06: 2023 Week 49 (Early December). lt;p gt; lt;a href= quot;https://phabricator.mitk.org/w/mitk/changelog/2023.49/ quot; rel= quot;nofollow quot; gt;https://phabricator.mitk.org/w/mitk/changelog/2023.49/ lt;/a gt; lt;/p gt;. . kislinsk. . . . . tag:github.com,2008:Repository/1760792/v2023

BSDL-2 medical imaging medicine anatomy vtk cpp

LimeSurvey 6.5.13 build 240617 💾

LimeSurvey is a web application that interacts with MySQL, MSSQL, or Postgres to develop surveys, publish surveys, and collect responses to surveys. Once a survey has been created, data can be inserted into the survey either by a "pretty" public screen which presents each question one at a time, or by a quick and nasty data entry screen. It includes the capacity to generate individualized "tokens", so that invitations can be issued to participants. It also has the capacity to set conditions on whether questions will display (branching), numerous question types, and a basic statistics function.

minor feature: CR-1426: custom.css in survey themes and files_css not loaded correctly when using a theme variation (Patrick Teichmann). Updated translation: Korean by modernity4r. Updated translation: Japanese by d_inoue. Updated translation: Finnish by Jmantysalo. Updated translation: Czech (Informal) by jelen1.

GNU GPL survey php mysql mssql postgres

o 2.65.12 💾

o is a text editor that is limited to the VT100 standard. It has general syntax highlighting and launches instantly. It might be a good fit for: - Editing git commit messages (using EDITOR=o git commit). - Editing Markdown, and exporting to PDF. - Learning "up and coming" programming languages, like Zig or Rust. - Editing files deep within larger Go or C++ projects. - Solving Advent of Code tasks. - Writing and maintaining to-do lists and project documentation in Markdown.

minor feature: lt;h2 gt;New features lt;/h2 gt;. lt;ul gt;. lt;li gt;Copy to the clipboard if the executable starts with lt;code gt;c lt;/code gt;. For example, if lt;code gt;/usr/local/bin/copyfile lt;/code gt; is a symlink to lt;code gt;/usr/local/bin/o lt;/code gt;, then lt;code gt;copyfile somefile.txt lt;/code gt; will copy that file into the clipboard. lt;/li gt;. lt;li gt;Paste the clipboard into a file if the executable starts with lt;code gt;p lt;/code gt;. For example, if lt;code gt;/usr/local/bin/pastefile lt;/code gt; is a symlink to lt;code gt;/usr/local/bin/o lt;/code gt;, then lt;code gt;pastefile somefile.txt lt;/code gt; will paste the contents of the clipboard into that file. lt;code gt;pastefile -f lt;/code gt; can be used if the file already exists and should be overwritten. lt;/li gt;. lt;/ul gt;. lt;h2 gt; lt;/h2 gt;. lt;ul gt;. lt;li gt;an that could happen if the terminal was resized, while signals were sent, and while the user was hammering the lt;code gt;Esc lt;/code gt; button. lt;/li gt;. lt;/ul gt;. lt;h2 gt;Improvements lt;/h2 gt;. lt;ul gt;. lt;li gt;Adjust the placement of a menu item in the lt;code gt;ctrl-o lt;/code gt; menu, when editing HTML or XML. lt;/li gt;. lt;li gt;Move the cursor to the start of the first line when sorting a block of lines. lt;/li gt;. lt;li gt;Do not try to expand XML and HTML tags by default. This can be enabled in the lt;code gt;ctrl-o lt;/code gt; menu. lt;/li gt;. lt;li gt;Skip the status message if lt;code gt;SIGTERM lt;/code gt; is received. lt;/li gt;. lt;li gt;Better syntax highlighting when editing Dockerfiles. lt;/li gt;. lt;li gt;Temporarily remove the HTML formatting feature since it could not handle JS within HTML and was annoying. lt;/li gt;. lt;li gt;Modify how lt;code gt;ctrl-a lt;/code gt; and lt;code gt;ctrl-e lt;/code gt; behaves if a macro is being replayed. lt;/li gt;. lt;/ul gt;. lt;h2 gt;Various lt;/h2 gt;. lt;ul gt;. lt;li gt;Build the release binaries with Go 1.22.4. lt;/li gt;. lt;

BSDL text-editor editor

hardinfo2 2.1.11 💾

Hardinfo2 is based on hardinfo, which has not been released >10 years. Hardinfo2 is the reboot that was needed. - Hardinfo2 offers System Information and Benchmark for Linux Systems. It is able to obtain information from both hardware and basic software. It can benchmark your system and compare to other machines online. - Features include: Report generation (in either HTML or plain text), Online Benchmarking - compare your machine against other machines

major feature: Lots of Maintenance/testing/doc/bugfixing and updating for current distros, Keeping it working for 10 years of old distros and tools, New Benchmarks that works from slow to fast machines, Added themes and dark/light mode, Remade the lost website, CLI improved for command line usage, Lots of UI/UX improvements - Refreshed - For complete list: https://hardinfo2.org/github/?latest_release

GNU GPLv3 desktop system information utilities benchmark

BallroomDJ 4 4.10.5 💾

BallroomDJ 4 is a ballroom music player. It is designed to play music the entire evening without intervention. Manage your ballroom dance music and create song lists, automatic playlist and sequenced playlists. BallroomDJ 4 is the replacement for BallroomDJ.

minor bugfix: 4.10.5 2024-6-17 * Bug Fixes: * Export to BDJ4 / Import from BDJ4: Fixed. * Changes: * The sample automatic playlist has been removed for new installs. * New Features: * Configuration: Player: Added option to show speed reset.

Zlib audio music end-users linux macos windows player ballroom c gtk

Linux kernel 6.9.5 💾

Linux is a mostly POSIX-compliant Unix-inspired operating system kernel, originally implemented by Linus Torvalds and now maintained as an international project. It's the base and common namegiver to a wide array of Linux distributions. The kernel provides all modern Unix-y features, like true process multitasking, virtual memory, virtual and clustered filesystem support, complex networking and extensive support for various hardware and machine platforms.

minor feature: Linux 6.9.5, smb: client: deadlock in smb2_find_smb_tcon(), nilfs2: nilfs_empty_dir() misjudgment and long loop on I/O errors, nilfs2: potential kernel due to lack of writeback flag waiting, powerpc/bpf: enforce full ordering for ATOMIC operations with BPF_FETCH, powerpc/64/bpf: tail calls for PCREL addressing, bpf: multi-uprobe PID filtering logic, ALSA: seq: incorrect UMP type for system messages, btrfs: re-introduce 'norecovery' mount option, btrfs: leak of qgroup extent records after transaction abort, btrfs: crash on racing fsync and size-extending write into prealloc, btrfs: protect folio::private when attaching extent buffer folios, btrfs: qgroup: qgroup id collision across mounts, btrfs: qgroup: update rescan message levels and error codes, tracefs: Clear EVENT_INODE flag in tracefs_drop_inode(), eventfs: Keep the directories from having the same inode number as files, eventfs: a possible null pointer dereference in eventfs_find_events(), NFS: READ_PLUS when server doesn't support OP_READ_PLUS, nfs: undefined behavior in nfs_block_bits(), cifs: creating sockets when using sfu mount options, EDAC/igen6: Convert PCIBIOS_ return codes to errnos, EDAC/amd64: Convert PCIBIOS_ return codes to errnos, ALSA: ump: Don't accept an invalid UMP protocol number, ALSA: ump: Don't clear bank selection after sending a program change, ASoC: SOF: ipc4-topology: input format query of process modules without base extension, riscv: enable HAVE_ARCH_HUGE_VMAP for XIP kernel, hwmon: (ltc2992) memory leak in ltc2992_parse_dt(), genirq/irqdesc: Prevent use-after-free in irq_find_at_or_after(), i3c: master: svc: invalidate IBI type and miss call client IBI handler, s390/cpacf: Make use of invalid opcode produce a link error, s390/cpacf: Split and rework cpacf query functions, s390/ap: crash in AP internal function modify_bitmap(), parisc: Define sigset_t in parisc uapi header, parisc: Define HAVE_ARCH_HUGETLB_UNMAPPED_AREA, ARM: dts: samsung: exynos4412-origen: keypad no-autorepeat,

GNU GPL c linux kernel operating-system

EditorConfig 0.12.9 💾

EditorConfig keeps coding-style configurations consistent across different text editors and IDEs. It transcribes a custom and per-directory .editorconfig, and plugins for common editors. It supports AppCode, ATOM, Brackets, Code::Blocks, Emacs, Geany, gedit, jEdit, Notepad++, IntellijIDEA, PhpStorm, Pycharm, RubyMine, Sublime Text, textmate, Vim, Visual Studio, and WebStorm.

minor feature: lt;h2 gt;What's Changed lt;/h2 gt;. lt;ul gt;. lt;li gt;VS warnings C4701 and C4703; potentially uninitialized local (variable pointer) used by lt;a class="user-mention notranslate" data-hovercard-type="user" data-hovercard-url="/users/csware/hovercard" data-octo-click="hovercard-link-click" data-octo-dimensions="link_type:self" href="https://github.com/csware" gt;@csware lt;/a gt; in lt;a class="-link js--link" data-error-text="Failed to load title" data-id="2355812743" data-permission-text="Title is private" data-url="https://github.com/editorconfig/editorconfig-core-c//113" data-hovercard-type="pull_request" data-hovercard-url="/editorconfig/editorconfig-core-c/pull/113/hovercard" href="https://github.com/editorconfig/editorconfig-core-c/pull/113" gt;#113 lt;/a gt; lt;/li gt;. lt;/ul gt;.

BSDL c development text-editor config-scheme

Pipe Viewer 1.8.10 💾

pv ("Pipe Viewer"), a terminal-based tool for monitoring the progress of data through a pipeline. It can be inserted into any normal pipeline between two processes to give a visual indication of how quickly data is passing through, how long it has taken, how near to completion it is, and an estimate of how long it will be until completion.

minor feature: Feature: new "`--output`" option to write to a file instead of standard output (pull request supplied by xmort.

GNU GPLv3 cli terminal logging monitoring network c