This page is meant to be a reference for open source projects with an "Israeli" orientation. Ergo: such that have or used to have one or more major Israeli contributors. If you know of projects missing from this list contact the webmaster.
A Perl Script that sends SMS messages to cell-phone numbers, from the UNIX command line.
A patch to the pptp-client, written by Muli Ben-Yehuda and others to make it compatible with some ADSL modems common in Israel.
A small economic tool for taking Israeli mortgage decisions.
A free implementation of the Unicode BiDi algorithm. Started by Dov Grobgeld, and recently integrated into Pango and Gtk 2.0.
A console editor useful for editing Hebrew LaTeX files.
A set of programs and libraries to display logical Bi-directional text on an X-Windows system without support of the underlying library, and to control it.
A Hebrew version of the Post-Nuke content management system.
An Open-Source collection of Hebrew fonts.
Actively maintained by Zend, an Israeli-based company.
MOSIX is a sophisticated clustering solution for Linux developed by the Hebrew University. openMosix is another version with a claim for a more open development model. Part of its development is financed by Qlusters, an Israeli-based company.
A system-wide tool to track the invocation of system calls on a Linux system. Started by Guy Keren and Muli Ben-Yehuda of the Haifa Linux Club, and actively maintained and developed by several Israeli developers. .
Educational Programs for Kids written in Perl/Gtk by Dov Grobgeld.
A library and a standalone command line program, written in ANSI C that automatically solves layouts of Freecell and similar card solitaire games.
A set of Perl Modules accompanied by a command line program to automatically solve a variety of Logic Mazes.
A desktop controlling program for the Agenda VR PDA.
Contains tutorials and other material regarding programming for the UNIX Environment. Actively maintained by Guy Keren.
These homepages may contain other free software of interest.