Free, Open-Source software for OS X

If you’re a Mac user, you’re going to want to bookmark this site:

“Open Source Mac is a simple list of the best free and open source software for Mac OS X. We aren’t trying to be a comprehensive listing of every open-source mac app, instead we want to showcase the best, most important, and easiest to use. This page should be a handy reference and a useful tool for getting more people to start using free and open-source software”

So many great programs!

Read the rest here: Open Source Mac – Free, Open-Source software for OS X

Author: Nicholas Knisely

Episcopal bishop, dad, astronomer, erstwhile dancer...

4 thoughts on “Free, Open-Source software for OS X”

  1. You’re welcome. CyberDuck is pretty great – especially when you pair it with something like Text Wrangler (which is free as in beer…). The two together let you easily change files on a remote server.
    I ended up buying Transmit, because of the iDisk support, but really CyberDuck would have been more than enough for most of what I do.

  2. Been using TextWrangler ever since it replaced BBEdit lite. This will help me get my next website off the ground (
    of course now I’ll be that much more distracted from all the things I’m supposed to be doing to actually pay the mortgage.

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