Welcome to The Peers Community, a highly motivated community of people with a strong interest in free software and free culture.
We all help each other toward the common goal of supporting and growing free projects. The Peers Community provides a list of independent projects that all strive for free (as in freedom!) software and culture. If you would like to learn more about a particular project, feel free to reach out to them directly.
The following is a list of projects by people participating in our community.
If you would like to join us and add your project, feel free to contact us.
|archive-webextension (source)||zPlus||WebExtension to save web pages to the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.|
|awesome-gamedev||Calinou||A collection of free software and free culture resources for making amazing games.|
|Digit's Big Tiny Font Collection and Collection 2 (sources)||Digit||A big collection of (mostly) tiny bitmap fonts.|
|DMUX||bkeys||A game about customizing cars, joining a team and fighting other cars, however not all game modes are this way.|
|DOKK (source)||zPlus||A project aimed at combining information from free knowledge graphs and organizing it into meaningful topics.|
|Dragora||selk, mechaniputer||The Dragora project produces a libre, reliable, GNU/Linux distribution made from scratch. Dragora respects the freedom of the user with the values of free software and provides control to those who use it. Dragora is developed entirely by volunteers and it is published under the terms of the GNU General Public License.|
|freedom-delayed||pizzaiolo||Checklist for projects that have promised to liberate software in the future (but so far, haven't)|
|Free your stuff! (source)||Eloquence||A content liberation extension for Chromium, for supported websites.|
|freepost (source)||zPlus, vaeringjar||A free discussion board|
|funbot and fpbot||fr33domlover||An IRC bot for learning, fun and collaboration in the Freepost community.|
|gnusocial.no (source)||vaeringjar||Instance of the gnusocial federated social network.|
|InternetRadio (sources)||Nathan, zPlus||Simple Android app for searching and listening to Internet radio stations.|
|libreboot (sources)||leah||Libreboot is a free (libre) BIOS/UEFI replacement. Based on coreboot, the aim is to distribute low-level boot firmware that is 100% free software, and easy to use.|
|lib.reviews (source)||Eloquence||A free, open and not-for-profit platform for reviewing absolutely anything, in any language.|
|License (sources)||Nathan, zPlus||App for Android to search software licenses and read their full text version, as defined by SPDX.|
|META||tuna||Collection of metadata|
|MetaDB||zPlus||A public database consisting only of free/libre data, aimed to help other projects and people in the free software community to access common information.|
|NotABug (source)||TMM||Website for collaborating on free projects and free documentation using Git|
|peers (source)||vaeringjar, zPlus||Code for Peers Community website and organization repositories.|
|spm||kl3||Simple Password Manager|
|Vervis (demo instance)||fr33domlover||Vervis is a project hosting and management application, with a focus on software projects and decentralization. It's still in very early development.|
|minifree||leah||Minifree provides computer systems with the fully free Libreboot BIOS replacement and Trisquel GNU+Linux, preinstalled, with FSF Respects Your Freedom certification|
Vikings is the world's first professional hosting provider with a fully libre hosting stack, fully respecting the freedom and privacy of users.
All services are based entirely on libre boot firmware, libre software and are powered by certified green energy.
Vikings is a (partly) crowdfunded project, and it is still raising money. Please consider supporting the project with a donation.
Vikings also offers a store to buy Respects-Your-Freedom certified hardware.
These projects are no longer actively developed or maintained, but not necessarily dead.
|librepup||dimkr||GNU/Linux-libre distribution, a libre fork of Puppy Linux that uses Trisquel packages.|
|toothpaste (sources)||fr33domlover||Paste server written in Haskell. Fork of Hpaste, fully freedom and privacy respecting and generally improved.|
Every Friday around 19:00Z - 21:00Z, we meet on irc.freenode.net #peers to collaborate on active Peers projects. Everybody has the opportunity to ask for help with any open issues in their projects, and we work together to try to fix them. We have a short list of quick project jam ideas.
Would you like to help too? Feel free to join us! It's a good opportunity to help a free project, and also to get to know us! You can also read about past Jams in the blog section.
Reach us via one of the following methods:
Our logo comes from The Glider, the logo of which belongs in the public domain.
Page banner graphic by White Paper Fox.
Also, for an honourable mention, we mirror some of our favourite projects.
The Peers Community only provides information about other projects.