Ephera
136M

Firefox. Wouldn’t want to use the internet without it. Probably wouldn’t be using this webpage without it.

firefox is so underrated, it’s literally the only browser that isn’t google that is actually viable (sorry otter)

@nxlemmy
116M

Bitwarden - A password manager

linux :3

Lemmy, mpv, Firefox, Manjaro (GNU/Linux), NewPipe, OBS, Rufus, Alacritty, RPCS3, Lutris…

@jwinnie
46M

Manjaro

Aged like milk :)

@Cloak
mod
creator
46M

Love obs, firefox, and manjaro!

@stevo
106M

VLC Media Player - Fast, reliable program that works across all operating systems. Many media players can’t play certain types of files, but VLC always works. For years its always worked. They could have stopped maintaining it, or sold out and put ads in it, or changed vision and created something different out of it.

@racoon
46M

VLC media player has gifted me with more than 1 week of lifetime already. Before discovering VLC, I had to download divx drivers for each movie file. That involved mindlessly surfing. VLC just works and has everything. It’s so amazing

@AlexMV12
96M

Nobody cited Miniflux, a very good self-hosted RSS aggregator with web UI.

@Cloak
mod
creator
36M

Awesome!

@ray
26M

Thanks for the recommendation I just tried it out and it’s pretty nice. It’s much faster than the one I was using but could use some polish with things like navigating back when in the unread view.

Sam
96M
  1. Matrix/Synapse/Element/Riot/Vector
  2. Mastodon (tied with pleroma)
  3. Lemmy
@racoon
46M

Self hosted Matrix/S/E/R/V?___

@big
86M
  • zettlr - markdown word processor for desktop
  • JellyFin - plex/emby open alternative for media streaming from a private server
@fungo
86M

1.Fdroid 2.Nextcloud 3.Matrix/Element

@techbolt
86M
  1. Tiddlywiki - I use it everyday and it is the most useful tool at a personal level.
  2. Invoiceninja- aver well rounded solution and a very responsive team
  3. Plantuml - another tool I use fairly regularly and it saves tons if time.
  4. Nextcloud - am sure this needs nointroduction :)
@oriond
86M

FreeCAD

@Cloak
mod
creator
86M

For me, blender

Same for me. It’s given me some jobs (not a steady one yet ) and it’s amazing how light, and feature filled it is at the same time. I just had to install After Effects recently (after not using it for about a year) and holy moly, it’s 2.5 GB of bloat. AE is pretty great, but it’s not 2.5-GB-and-still-slow great. and I can do almost the same job with Blender, so there’s that.

In effort to pick things not already mentioned here, Stellarium and Darktable.

@Azkulbel
76M

F-Droid , NewPipe , Ublock Origin , piHole

@null_radix
76M

guix, mpd, alacritty, chromeium

@avalos
76M

Emacs, Fossil, Concourse, SearX, WireGuard, Mastodon, Element, Firefox (except for Mozilla and Pocket bullshit), CHICKEN Scheme, Docker, etc.

@Cloak
mod
creator
26M

Docker is awesome! so is mastodon and element :)

@Jae
66M

Small list:

  • Xterm - Terminal emulator
  • Xmonad - Window Manager
  • Doas - A lighter sudo replacement
  • Linux - The thing that powers everything
  • NewsBoat - Command-line RSS news reader
  • Vi Mproved - Text & code editor
@ajz
46M

Thanks for mentioning Doas. I thought it was exclusively for OpenBSD, but I see that there is an Arch Linux package for it. https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/x86_64/opendoas/

@Jae
36M

I like it, it is much faster on my laptop than plain old sudo.
I have some more in my dotfiles repo :)

@ajz
26M

I like it, it is much faster on my laptop than plain old sudo.

Interesting. And I can imagine that Doas is more secure than sudo.

I have some more in my dotfiles repo :)

Nice!

@Cloak
mod
creator
26M

Good old linux

For quality programs I’d say blender vlc and obs. They are so good that normal people use them because they are good instead of using them as a foss alternative to a better proprietary option.

@Cloak
mod
creator
26M

Compleatly agree!

@ster
66M

Git has to be up there

@Cloak
mod
creator
16M

Git is love, git is life

Dessalines
admin
16M

Ok its done.

@tho
66M

ncdu is brilliant

@Doug
56M

Linux, and all the random software that allows compatibility with my GAMER mouse, keyboard, and laptop. It’s amazing I can use Linux with out worry that my peripherals will not work!

@sphinxc0re
56M

Godot. It’s a great game engine.

@Cloak
mod
creator
26M

Love godot!

@wraptile
banned
56M

Libre software I love and use daily:

  • Qutebrowser: a keyboard driven, hackable (python) web-browser — it’s brilliant!
  • Darktable: brilliant photo workflow suite.
  • Qtile: hackable (python) window manager.
  • Xonsh: full python terminal emulator.
  • Ranger: keyboard-driven file system navigator.
  • Rofi: pop up window switcher/launcher also extended as many different pop-up slectors like: emoji picker (rofimoji) and clipboard history picker (greenclip).
  • pqiv: really powerful, customizable and beautiful image viewer.

Love qutebrowser. I installed it just to see what it was like and now it is my main browser.

@uiizi
15M

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@racoon
56M

Nextcloud

@Scotty
46M

Lemmy — Reddit alternative

LibreOffice Writer — 100% FOSS document writing software

OsmAnd — Android client for OpenStreetMap

F-Droid — Android application store with only FOSS apps

Bitwarden — FOSS password management

c/signalapp messenger

AndOTP — 2fa

@Kamui
46M

Hmm NewPipe is great for watching youtube vids on Android. I also like Red Moon to prevent eyestrain and reduce blue light. Oh and Scarlet Notes FD is great for lists and stuff. All of these are available on the F-Droid app.

The list is pretty long so I will limit myself.

On my phone the apps that I use the most are FairEmail and Bromite.

On my computer I use Qutebrowser , beets and Strawberry.

@blaha
46M

Home Assistant

@jwinnie
36M

GNU, Linux, Python, KDE, Firefox

VLC

The guy who lead the dev team was offered millions for the right to the software, he declined it and made it open source. A true hero to us all

@Cloak
mod
creator
26M

Thats crazy!

@joule
26M

Magic Wormhole - command-line tool to send files between computers

ufra
16M

i3wm

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@Cloak
mod
creator
46M

Omg how could I forget about Wikimedia? Elemnt, and Masdoon are both awesome too!

@Echedenyan
26M

I think you meant MediaWiki and not Wikimedia. Wikimedia is a full organization which involves some projects (Wikipedia) and uses MediaWiki as main software for it.

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@uiizi
55M

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