Kdenlive 16.12.1 released with Windows version | Kdenlive https://kdenlive.org/2017/01/kdenlive-16-12-1-released-with-windows-version
citeproc-js — citeproc-js 1.1.73 documentation http://citeproc-js.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
Visual Studio Code (VS Code), Microsoft’s cross-platform text editor for developers, hit version 1.0 today after about a year in beta. The company says more than 500,000 developers now actively use the application each month.
The launch of VS Code came as quite a surprise when the company first announced it at its Build developer conference last year. Microsoft, after all, had never offered a code editor for OS X and Linux before — and definitely not under the Visual Studio brand.
When Microsoft launched the application, it was still missing extensibility and the code for VS Code wasn’t open source yet, either. Since then, the company fixed both of these issues.
And you can even get the source on Github. This is part of Microsoft’s push into the open source world as it courts a wider range of developers.
A brief guide to using Sigil – TeleRead News: E-books, publishing, tech and beyond http://www.teleread.com/brief-guide-using-sigil/
Windows Live Writer blogging editor now open source Open Live Writer http://openlivewriter.org/
Stackedit is a full featured markdown editor that will run in browser. https://github.com/benweet/stackedit
Quill is a free, open source WYSIWYG editor built for the modern web. With its expressive API, you can completely customize it to fulfill your needs.
5 open source collaborative text editors | Opensource.com http://opensource.com/business/15/7/five-open-source-alternatives-google-docs