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Welcome to Skysoft!
Welcome to Skysoft, the user-supported astronomical software database.
Skysoft is a YAASD (Yet Another Astronomical Software Directory), but with a
different overall approach. Our choice is to design this site as a community supported directory. The idea is that content remains timely because of frequent user interaction. Users and developers are invited to contribute with software news, user's views, comments and bugs notifications, and general astronomical news. This site is designed so that software developers acquire more visibility because of astronomical context. Developers can post a brief description of their product, with the classification which can ease the search and retrieval of software projects.
Our goal is to be useful to both end-users and developers. We host all software
kinds, from general data reduction packages, to specialized libraries, to small
Help us to help you: register your software, share your experiences and views!
The SKA KSP Workshop 2015 is the first in a series of workshops aiming to develop Key Science Projects (KSP) concepts, collaborations and commensality for SKA Telescope. The Workshop will be held on 24 - 27 August 2015, at Stockholm.
The Debian Astronomy Working Group aims to package and maintain astronomy related software for the Debian/GNU operating system. We are planning a (one-day) debian-astro sprint at the DebCamp in Heidelberg, 14 August 2015. Debian "sprints" are developer meetings to work on specific parts and having fun doing so.
The Linux Kernel version 4 hass been released. It brings many features including live patching, Radeon DisplayPort Audio, RadeonSI fan control improvements, new OverlayFS functionality, Intel Quark SoC support, and a lot more.