“As you’ve no doubt noticed, we’ve been down for a few days. We took the site down to investigate an attack on the site. It appears that a part of Spread Firefox was hacked in an attempt to use it to send out spam. It doesn’t look like the attacker accessed any personal data on the site, but to be safe, we’re encouraging all of our users to log in and change their passwords. If you have an account with Spread Firefox, you probably received an email about this with instructions for updating your password.”
“The mp3act digital music system is designed to be a central location for your digital music collection and a means to easily organize and listen to your digital media through your stereo, over a local network, or anywhere in the world. No more shuffling through hundreds of compact discs to find that one song you want to hear. mp3act contains a ton of great features that allow you to listen to your music anywhere at anytime. […] mp3act is available entirely for free and can be used on any Linux distribution with the Apache web server, PHP4, and MySQL database installed. Installation is simple and the requirements are minimal.”
mp3act.net via Juha
“Yotophoto is a search engine containing images whose copyright owners allow their works to be used by others; provided you honour their conditions. […] Many of the images have no conditions attached while others may require you to give the photographer or website credit.”
Yotophoto via Juha
“This site provides information about and links to BBC open source projects. It lists projects developed by the BBC where the source code has been released as open source. The site doesn’t cover the many open source projects to which the BBC has contributed, but only those that the BBC has initiated and managed itself.”
Where’s the open source repository of YLE?
What, they have none?! For shame!
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