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Scout Monitoring - Free Django app performance insights with Scout Monitoring
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  • Mayan EDMS

    Free Open Source Document Management System (mirror, no pull request or issues)

    There are Document Management Systems out there like Mayam EDMS1

  • Scout Monitoring

    Free Django app performance insights with Scout Monitoring. Get Scout setup in minutes, and let us sweat the small stuff. A couple lines in settings.py is all you need to start monitoring your apps. Sign up for our free tier today.

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  • Paperless-ng

    Discontinued A supercharged version of paperless: scan, index and archive all your physical documents

    You can try paperless-NG : https://github.com/jonaswinkler/paperless-ng

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