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The OSSwin project: Open Source for Windows!

(24/12/2005): OSSwin now also has a separate games page. Go check it out and please promote the organization of an Open-Source-only LAN-party in your neighbourhood! Please also report broken links to the osswin-users mailinglist, and if you really like this list and want to keep me motivated, then just send me something from my wishlist which can be found somewhere over here . Cheers, Bart Vandewoestyne Audio editing tools

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