Open Source Projects
These projects are published by GARA Systems under the GPL. You are free to download, use, modify and redistribute these tools in accordance with that license.
If you are interesting in learning more about free software from other publishers check out the The Free Software Catalog.
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Once I started blogging with WordPress I couldn't help but get my hands dirty with some plugins. These are open source tools that you are free to download and use on your site.
Amazonify is a WordPress plugin that lets you embed Amazon product links directly into your posts. A must for bloggers that write book and product reviews.
Bookmarkify is a WordPress plugin that automatically adds a full set of social bookmarking and sharing options to the bottom of your posts. It also works on PHP pages that are not part of your blog. Help your readers promote your site!
Googmonify is a WordPress plugin that lets you embed Google AdSense ad units directly into your posts. Pay-per-click advertising is a great way to to monetize your blog.
Open Source Scripts
Click here to download miscellaneous open source scripts. These scripts provide useful functions like hard drive defragmentation and website backup.
The Radix Software Solution - COMING SOON!!
The Radix Software Solution is an application model and framework that can be used to build a variety of data management applications. Radix can be used to create data warehouses, data processing applications, dynamic websites and more.
I have been developing Radix since 1996. It began as a toolkit for developing Visual Basic / SQL Server based client-server applications. Over the years it has continued to evolve to take advantage of new tools as they emerge like MySQL and PHP.
Up to this point Radix has been a proprietary framework that I used exclusively within client projects. I have decided to open the project and its source to everyone.
There is still some work to be done before the initial open source version is published. I expect the initial versions to be rolled out in late 2010. Stay tuned to the Blog for updates.
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