AlekSIS – Freies Schul-Informations-System
AlekSIS is a free School Information System covering huge parts of school organisation and management, from core personal data over timetables and substitution plans, up to digital class registers. At the same time, it serves as an integration platform for further components of an open source environment for schools by orchestrating learning and communication platforms like Moodle or Matrix/Element.
Apache OpenOffice is the leading free office software suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, databases and more. It is available in many languages and works on all common computers. It stores all your data in an international open standard format and can also read and write files from other common office software packages. It can be downloaded and used completely free of charge for any purpose.
Bareos (Backup Archiving Recovery Open Sourced) is a reliable, cross-network open source software for backup, archiving and recovery of data for all well-established operating systems. Features of Bareos include amongst others:
- network based
- backends include traditional storage and cloud: SSD to Ceph, Gluster, S3
- Backup Clients ('Bareos-FD') available on Linux, BSD, Windows, MacOS, Solaris, HP-UX, AIX
- Python plugin interface
- SAN-Backups using NDMP (with DAR/DDAR); NDMP tape support
- Always Incremental Backup scheme
- VMware/oVirt/RHEV Plugin
- Scriptable CLI
- web based graphical interface (webui)
- Role-based ACL support for commands and objects
The source code of Bareos is available on github.com/bareos/ under the AGPL v3 license. Additionally Bareos offers binary package repositories for the major Linux distributions as well as for FreeBSD, MacOS and Windows.
CiviCRM is the free CRM platform for nonprofit organisations. It offers associations, foundations and NGOs extensive standard functionality for donation and membership management, event management and much more.
With numerous extension and integration options as well as developer interfaces, the software also offers a highly flexible toolbox to raise the work of nonprofit organisations to a new level.
CiviCRM can be used to model and automate very individual processes, and in combination with the CMS Drupal, sophisticated web projects can be realised with user-friendly frontends and powerful administrative functions in the backend.
CiviCRM will be presented at FrOSCon by SYSTOPIA, the leading CiviCRM agency in German-speaking countries, developer of numerous CiviCRM extensions and CiviCRM core contributor.
CMS Garden e. V.
The CMS-Garden is the umbrella organization of open source content management systems. Among others, Joomla!, Drupal, TYPO3, Plone, Neos, Sulu, WordPress, Contao are involved. The non-commercial project pursues the goal of better presenting the participating systems as professional solutions to the public. Members are the CMS communities but also individuals like developers or designers. The CMS-Garden represents both an interest group and a high-profile platform, as well as a platform for exchange beyond the boundaries of one's own CMS. At CeBIT 2013, the CMS-Garden presented itself for the first time on a joint stand and was able to further expand its success at CeBIT 2014, with approximately 10,000 visitors at the stand. Subsequently, the CMS-Garden took part in the Chemnitzer Linuxtage, LinuxTag, FrOSCon, Internet World, DMS EXPO and CloudFest, among others.
Dante, the Deutschsprachige Anwendervereinigung TeX e.V. was founded on April 14, 1989 in Heidelberg.
The purpose of the non-profit association is the support of TEX users in the whole German-speaking area.
We support the selection and installation of TEX /LATEX, help solve user and developer problems, provide information about TEX and LATEX and distribute TEX software. In addition, DANTE e.V. promotes developments in the area of TEX , LATEX, ConTEX t, LuaTEX , Metafont, BibTEX /BibLATEX, fonts both personnel and financially on a national and international level.
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European Accessibility Resource Centre AccessibleEU
AccessibleEU is one of the flagship initiatives proposed in the European Commission’s Strategy for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities 2021-2030.
AccessibleEU is a resource centre on accessibility, working on the areas of built environment, transport, information and communication
technologies, and policies in order to ensure persons with disabilities can participate in all areas of life on a equal basis with others.
The Center's resources will be available to everybody, especially software, web and mobile application developers will benefit from the collected materials as they can get an overview of current software standards and laws. In addition, learning materials on the design, development and testing of accessible software systems and websites are provided.
Free Software Foundation Europe
The Free Software Foundation Europe is a charity that empowers users to control technology.
Software is deeply involved in all aspects of our lives, and it is important that this technology empowers rather than restricts us. Free Software gives everybody the rights to use, understand, adapt, and share software. These rights help support other fundamental freedoms like freedom of speech, press, and privacy.
FSuB e.V. Freie Software und Bildung
We are promoting the understanding and self-determined use of information technologies based on Open Standards and Free Software.
We want to present projects from our work.
We are working on an update for the moinmoin wiki. That's why we would be happy to hear from developers who want to contribute to moinmoin 2.0.
We will also present how we create an Openstreetmap map from accident data provided by the police, where the location, time and cause of the accidents are visible.
Gentoo Linux is a meta-distribution that gives the user as much freedom as possible, but also as much help as necessary. An easy-to-use package management system (Portage) compiles almost all programs from source code, which offers alignment with the wishes and needs of the user to the greatest extent. The Gentoo Linux distribution primarily targets more experienced users. However, if you are willing to read something and deal with the subject a little, you will also reach the goal as a beginner. Here you can learn Linux from scratch.
HSAdmin NG (Genossenschaftliches Cloudmanagement)
HSAdmin NG is the successor of HSAdmin, an administration tool for the cooperative management of a community cloud. The distributed system is a multi-level multi-tenant open source management tool for cloud environments.
The focus is on the management of members and contact persons as well as their access rights to objects of the cloud environment. The core, based on Spring Boot and PostgreSQL, checks access rights and delegations of access rights before changes to the target state are transferred to the database in an audit-proof manner and a connected configuration management system such as Saltstack is tasked with changes to the managed IT systems (actual state).
The tool set is particularly suitable for organisations that want to offer cloud services to their members on an open source basis.
The contextual, role-based access control module has been implemented directly in the PostgreSQL database system, so that filtering happens on views of entities in the database, which ensures the security and scalability of the overall system. The security model has a Java-based test coverage.
For the functional modules, this is done transparently with updatable views. Benchmarks prove the highly scalable performance of the system.
A first specialised module for the administration of cooperative members and their shares as well as debtors and contact persons has already been developed. External applications can be quickly and efficiently programmed against HSAdmin's API in any programming language.
The project is in an early stage of development. The core component of HSAdmin NG, the Role Based Access Control module and the module for cooperative administration HS Office are already available. The roadmap now foresees the development of IaaS and PaaS modules as well as a web front-end.
We will present the software, explain the current roadmap and support interested visitors in setting up the development environment.
We also look forward to exchanging ideas with the community and are happy to receive ideas and feature requests.
Matrix is an open network for secure, decentralised real-time communication.
Matrix is decentralised. This means there is no single authority, which owns your communication. Matrix gives the control over communication back to users.
Matrix is federated. This means you can run your own (open sourced) Matrix server (called home-server) and still communicate to the whole network. You can decide which rooms to share with the network and which to leave private to your home-server.
With ton of bridges Matrix can connect to other (proprietary and open) networks and bridge them into Matrix. This way you can have all your conversations in one place and on all of your devices.
Thanks to End-to-End-Encryption (short E2EE) Matrix secures your data so that even the home-server cannot decrypt it.
Encrypted voice and video calls using WebRTC are also supported.
Integration and widgets is also a unique feature for Matrix, which allows you to embed web content directly in the Matrix room.
We have a big and friendly community, join us at #FrOSCon:fiksel.info (https://matrix.to/#/#FrOSCon:fiksel.info) !
Neuropil Cyber Security Mesh
Neuropil is a small c-library which by default adds two layers of encryption to communication channels. The Cyber Security Mesh enables global addressing of identities (a device, an application, a service or a person) without compromise for privacy or security requirements. The project embraces modern concepts like named-data networks, self-sovereign identities, zero trust architectures and attributes based access control to increase the cybersecurity level of it’s users beyond the current state-of-technology.
OpenStreetMap is powering current and next-generation map products by creating reliable, easy-to-use, and interoperable open map data.
We want to present OpenStreetMap, different ways to use it, and how to participate in the project. As part of this we are going to offer visitors to get their own "build-to-order" poster size maps printed directly at the booth.
The community behind the distribution openSUSE introduces itself. With openSUSE Tumbleweed, openSUSE Leap and MicroOS, different variants of the distribution are available for a wide range of uses. Tumbleweed is always up to date as a rolling release. Leap offers a stable basis with long development cycles. With MicroOS, a further path is taken with a container-based variant. Common to all are the proven tools of openSUSE, a large software archive and the large community of users and developers. You can participate as part of the community according to your possibilities and interests.
Planby is designed to address the complexities of event planning by offering a powerful, versatile, and user-friendly solution. It goes beyond the traditional offerings of schedule or planner tools and enters the realm of virtual timelines, providing an enhanced and engaging experience.
Planby is a React based component for a quick implementation of Schedules, Timelines, Electronic Program Guide, Conference / Calendar Planner, Music Events and many more ideas. It uses a custom virtual view which allows you to operate on a really big amount of data.
- calendar mode with day/week/month options
- endless scroll through multiple days
- timezone support
- vertical mode
- virtual Timeline
- area fields eg. user can add info about start/end development, release info etc
- RTL support
- visibility of the current time
- globalStyles - add class names to components, easy styling according to the design
Privoxy is a non-caching web proxy with advanced filtering capabilities for enhancing privacy, modifying web page data and HTTP headers, controlling access, and removing ads and other obnoxious Internet junk. Privoxy has a flexible configuration and can be customized to suit individual needs and tastes. It has application for both stand-alone systems and multi-user networks.
Privoxy is Free Software and licensed under the GNU GPLv2 or later.
Privoxy is an associated project of Software in the Public Interest (SPI).
Qubes OS is a free and open-source, security-oriented operating system for single-user desktop computing.
At our booth we're presenting the upcoming Version 4.2 as a release candidae on a 10-year-old x230 using Heads as a Bios-replacement, answer questions regarding Qubes and show some solutions or workaround, if there is a more complex configuration needed.
Ubuntu + Ubuntu Touch
The Ubuntu project settled its way so that Linux can be more accessible to a bigger mass. And it should never mind how much knowledge or handicaps are available. Everybody should be able to use the computer as support for different tasks or spending his free time.
The Ubuntu project is not only concerned with keeping the operation of a computer as simple as possible, but also with making access to the community and participation in the project possible for everyone in the simplest way possible.
To make it easier to get started, Ubuntu comes with the most important applications (office applications, browser, e-mail programme, ...). The motto is: only one application for one purpose, so as not to confuse beginners unnecessarily.
Ubuntu is released every 6 months to make new developments and improvements available to the user in a stable environment. Those who prefer to stay with one version for longer can also use a long-term version.
Ubuntu is not only available on the PC, server or laptop, but also on the smartphone, tablet, Raspi, etc. With Ubuntu Touch, a free alternative operating system has been made possible on smartphones.