The complete (?) list of open-source applications

Lots of open source projects. In one place.

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Mashable has a list of 480 open-source applications. It's by no means complete (10 more open-source applications were likely created as I wrote that last sentence), but it's a great start on discovering the wealth of open-source software available on the web.

From sync software to project management tools, the list has just about everything. It's a little light in some areas, but with over 150,000 projects to choose from, siphoning it down to 480 is no small feat.