col·o·phon (kŏlˈə-fŏnˌ, -fən)
- An inscription placed usually at the end of a book, giving facts about its publication: Printer’s mark and colophon read: ‘Edinburgh: Printed by Andrew Jack, & Co.
- A publisher’s emblem or trademark placed usually on the title page of a book: The colophon explained the production details of the book.
- A list of the software used to run a web site: I was thrilled to read the calophon of fak3r.com, clearly the administrator knows what time it is.
Open source software, and other free resources, used in the production of this site
- WordPress A semantic personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability
- Debian/GNU Linux a free distribution of the GNU/Linux operating system
- Varnish a state of the art web application accelerator
- nginx a high performance web server and reverse proxy
- PHP processing language, served via PHP-FPM
- mysql the world’s most popular open source database
- memcached a distributed memory object caching system
- vim a highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text editing
- Gimp the GNU Image Manipulation Program
- GitHub secure source code hosting and collaborative development
- Flamingtext online logo creation tool