The best open source applications

InfoWorld's Test Center picks the top open source applications of 2010

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Bossie 2010 winner: LogicalDoc

The Java-based LogicalDoc document management system delivers speedy indexing and browser-based search into document libraries. In addition to keyword drilldown and versioning control (replete with comments and alerts on document changes), new features such as search bookmarks, email cataloging, and workflow history round out the essential feature set. On its own, LogicalDoc is rather a lightweight uni-tasker, with a plug-in for rudimentary workflow, but its simplicity masks the power of the underlying Apache Lucene indexing engine that doc searchers will love. The current browser interface is a bit clunky, but previews of the forthcoming 6.0 show a polished UI based on Google Web Toolkit. Perhaps LogicalDoc's best feature: It can be called as a Web service (SOAP/MTOM) from other apps.

License: LGPL v3

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