awesome

a curated list of awesome projects
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      1 # awesome
      2 
      3 A curated list of awesome software projects.
      4 
      5 * [Music Player Daemon](https://www.musicpd.org/): A flexible, powerful, server-side application for playing music.
      6 * [ncmpcpp](https://github.com/ncmpcpp/ncmpcpp): An ncurses based MPD client
      7 * [WeeChat](https://github.com/weechat/weechat): An extensible chat client.
      8 * [calcurse](https://github.com/lfos/calcurse): A text-based calendar and scheduling application.
      9 * [khard](https://github.com/scheibler/khard): A command-line CardDAV client.
     10 * [vdirsyncer](https://github.com/pimutils/vdirsyncer): Synchronize calendars and contacts.
     11 * [isync](https://isync.sourceforge.io/): A  command line application which synchronizes mailboxes.
     12 * [NeoMutt](https://neomutt.org/): A command line mail reader based on [Mutt](http://www.mutt.org/).
     13 * [Notmuch](https://notmuchmail.org/): Not much of an email program. A fast, global-search and tag-based email system.
     14 * [pass](https://www.passwordstore.org/): The standard Unix password manager.
     15 * [Neovim](https://neovim.io/): A hyperextensible Vim-based text editor.
     16 * [Newsboat](https://newsboat.org/): An RSS/Atom feed reader for the text console.
     17 * [plan9port](https://9fans.github.io/plan9port/): A port of many Plan 9 programs from their native Plan 9 environment to Unix-like operating systems.
     18 * [Vis](https://github.com/martanne/vis): A vi-like editor based on Plan 9's structural regular expressions.
     19 * [oksh](https://github.com/ibara/oksh): Portable OpenBSD ksh, based on the Public Domain Korn Shell (pdksh).
     20 * [sloc](https://github.com/velentr/sloc): Count source lines of code.
     21 * [smu](https://github.com/karlb/smu): Simple MarkUp - markdown/commonmark like syntax.
     22 * [fzf](https://github.com/junegunn/fzf): A command line fuzzy finder.
     23 * [sxiv](https://github.com/muennich/sxiv): Simple X Image Viewer.
     24 * [Surfraw](http://surfraw.org/): A fast Unix command line interface to a variety of popular search engines.
     25 * [zathura](https://pwmt.org/projects/zathura/): A highly customizable and functional document viewer.
     26 * [mpv](https://mpv.io/): A free, open source, and cross-platform media player.
     27 * [dwm](https://dwm.suckless.org/): A dynamic window manager for X.
     28 * [st](https://st.suckless.org/): A simple terminal implementation for X.
     29 * [dmenu](https://tools.suckless.org/dmenu/): A dynamic menu for X.
     30 * [slock](https://tools.suckless.org/slock/): A simple X display locker.
     31 * [tabbed](https://tools.suckless.org/tabbed/): A simple generic tabbed frontend to xembed-aware applications.
     32 * [Ataraxia GNU/Linux](https://ataraxialinux.org): An independent Linux-based OS focusing on simplicity, security and privacy.
     33 * [glaucus](https://glaucuslinux.org): An independent Linux distribution built from scratch.
     34 * [9front](http://9front.org/): A fork of Plan 9 From Bell Labs.
     35 * [Arch Linux](https://archlinux.org/): A lightweight and flexible Linux distribution that tries to Keep It Simple.
     36 * [coreboot](https://www.coreboot.org/): Fast, secure and flexible Open Source firmware.
     37 * [Matrix](https://matrix.org/): An open network for secure, decentralized communication.
     38 * [suckless](https://suckless.org/): Home of dwm, dmenu and other quality software with a focus on simplicity, clarity, and frugality.
     39 * [cat-v](http://cat-v.org/): A site that hosts Unix and Plan 9 documents among a variety of other things.
     40 * [musl](https://musl.libc.org/): A lightweight, fast, simple, and free implementation of the C standard library for Linux.
     41 * [tcc](https://bellard.org/tcc/): a tiny C compiler.
     42 * [stagit](https://git.codemadness.org/stagit/): A static git page generator.
     43 * [DASH](http://gondor.apana.org.au/~herbert/dash/): A POSIX-compliant implementation of `/bin/sh` that aims to be as small as possible.
     44 * [maim](https://github.com/naelstrof/maim): A utility that takes screenshots of your desktop.
     45 * [Replicant](https://replicant.us/): A fully free (as in freedom) Android distribution.
     46 * [Plan 9 from Bell Labs](https://9p.io/plan9/): A research system developed at Bell Labs starting in the late 1980s.