FlattrFOSS: June 2011

GNU & Tux in FlattrIn continuing our cross-publishing of the FlattrFOSS posts by Raphaël Hertzog, we now present this month’s five flattrable free and open source software projects.
The original post can be found here and in turn be flattred here.

Psychosynth is a modular synthesizer framework. The interface might be a bit different than one usually thinks of for a syntheziser. Check out the video, and you’ll know what I mean! [Flattr]

JS Beautifier is a very handy tool to beautify javascript code that has been packed to save size… It’s available as a online service but there’s also a CLI version available. [Flattr]

Bombono DVD is a DVD authoring tool which aims to be really easy to use. It has a slick user interface and relies on the well known ffmpeg program for low level tasks. [Flattr]

Key-mon is a small utility that monitors and displays keyboard and mouse status in a small non-intrusive window. It’s useful when you record screencasts: you want to show keyboard combinations that have been used, and the viewer should be able to notice that some clicks were made with modifier keys (like CTRL/ALT). [Flattr]

Libre Graphics Magazine is a publication devoted to people who are working with Libre Graphics software, both professionals and hobbyists. The magazine is all community work and thus is useful for sharing experience. It’s also a great tool to promote free software in circles where proprietary software is still the norm. The magazine is licensed under the CC BY-SA license so it’s truly free. [Flattr]

Curious about the backstory for this cross posting? Read more about it here.