The Debian GNU/Linux FAQ - Debian??LFS??Gentoo?????? - Linux...
Source code is included for everything in the Debian system. Moreover, the license terms of most programs in the system require that source code be distributed along with the programs, or that an offer to provide the source code accompany the programs. The source code is distributed in the pool directory (see What's in the pool directory?, Section 5.10) together with all the architecture-specific binary directories.
SPECjAppServer2004 Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, but you are required to run the files provided with the benchmark if you are publishing results. As a general rule, modifying the source code is not allowed. Specific items (the load program, for example) can be modified to port the application to your environment. Areas where you are allowed to make changes are listed in the SPECjAppServer2004 Run and Reporting Rules. Any changes made must be disclosed in the submission file when submitting results.
FrequentlyAskedQuestions - MediaPortal Wiki Documentation
The MediaPortal source code is about 160MB. However, SVN uses compression so only 66MB need to be downloaded, if you download the needed main trunk only. All other branches should not be downloaded.
Frequently Asked Questions - LimeWire
Yes it is. LimeWire is open source, which means that anyone can view or change the source code. Please check http://www.limewire.org. You can sign up and obtain the source code there.
Forum FAQ - GameDev.Net Discussion Forums
Many of the tutorials listed above contain example code for games, however here's a few extra links for full Flash game source.
No. While Julian did try to open up the program by putting it under General Public Licence (GPL) at SourceForge, the project never generated much interest among developers. SpamCop has since been sold to private interests. The SpamCop Reporting and Blocking List services are owned by Ironport Systems, Inc. The SpamCop Filtered Mail Service is owned by Corporate Email Services (CESMail).
D-Mod Author's FAQ Revision 1.3
A: The entire source code to Dink Smallwood (the game, not the engine) is included. If you copied everything from your CD's "develop" dir, then you'll notice a ZIP file called source.zip in your main Dink dir. It has all the .C source files for Dink. Many of them, just as enemy scripts & weapon scripts, are totally easy to use in your own D-Mod! Make a directory under your main Dink directory called SOURCE and unzip this file into it.
NASA - JPL Solar System Simulator
Not yet... but I am working on making the softare public domain, and building a Mac OS X version which may be out in March 2005. The Simulator is not 100% bug free (especially when viewing Saturn very zoomed in or in certain geometries). Try again from a slightly different viewpoint or field of view. There is a bug list that gets worked on every couple of months.
Andy Mc's .NET Framework FAQ
Yes, it is often relatively straightforward to regenerate high-level source from IL. Lutz Roeder's Reflector does a very good job of turning IL into C# or VB.NET.
MetaL - Frequently asked questions
The source code of the Hello world! program written in Metal and the generate code in the target languages PHP and Java. A template document definition written in MetaL for generating class documentation independent of the target format.
Xprint Frequently Asked Questions
That's the plain "MIT" license, the same as used by Xfree86.org < V4.4.0 and X.
Google SOAP Search API
If you have written code you wish to share with the developer community, let people know by sending a message to the Google SOAP Search API discussion group.
HBGC123D: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
An executable version of the code is included in the distribution. You only have to recompile the code if you need to change the size of the allocatable memory (see below). If your operating system (OS) is not included in the distribution list and not compatible to these systems, please contact Dr. Gwo for assistance. If you don't find the exact version of your OS in the distribution list, you may try a different version that is listed. For instance, the HBGC123D executable for SunOS 4.1.
The N/R or +/- indications in TESS are always with respect to the sequence you entered. TESS has no idea what orientation the sequence had in the chromosome (or where ever) it came from. I'd normally suggest you try to reorient the sequence so that the TSS is at the end of the sequence so that life (relative to the gene) is easy. If you're more concerned with global chromosomal coordinates, then leave it as is.
The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding: FAQs
Yes. All PHP scripts are merely text files, so the code is easily accessible. You may make any changes you'd like, but I may not be able to support you from there. Be sure to keep good documentation!