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- Archaology and open source
- The members of the Arc-Team (five archaeologists) run Debian and some other GNU/Linux distributions on three PCs and five notebooks (our whole system). We've installed Grass-GIS, different CADs, some applications for virtual reconstruction, statistics, GPS and survey data management, databases (MySQL), etc. We use it primarily because we're trying to introduce Open Source OS and Open Source applications to the archaeological research. Besides we want to spread the philosophy of free software and free data exchange. In short, why do we use Debian? Because we want to be free!
- Internet and Open Source in Archaeology
- The goal of this site is to promote the use of open source software and open stardards in archaeological computing.
- Walldrawer - an easy alternative to on-site wall drawing for archaeology. This software aims at putting together the tools needed to produce scaled, rectified, drawing-like pictures from digital photographs in archaeological excavations. This software was developed in Java using Java Advanced Imaging toolkit, but at the moment development is stopped. Functionality is not 100% however try using it, it is worth.
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