software that uses docker for packaging instead of RPM or dpkg or something. Everything gets installed into its own container, which is dynamically defined as the current working directory only (no subdirectories, nothing outside of the CWD even when running as root). Every Subuser container hast its own set of access permissions.
Open source container based virtualization for Linux.
A FOSS platform for analysing and visualizing large sets of documents. Designed with investigative journalists in mind but has other uses. Has a plugin system. Can be run as a server or locally (https://github.com/overview/overview-local). Designed to run as a docker container (bluh) but running it as-is shouldn't be difficult. Written in scala (wtf?) Seems to use postgres as its back-end.
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