Penpot - The Open-Source design & prototyping platform
I'm not they but I think they meant that the collaborative aspects of SaaS products emerge from the requirement to be as rentable as possible.
There are some open source movers in this space too: https://penpot.app/
2D raster & vector editor that melds traditional layers & tools with a modern node-based procedural workflow.
One thing to look at (which I'm very intrigued by) is https://graphite.rs
As a proof of concept about the possibility of a design tool with the potential to share information in this way it's intriguing.
I'll also add that a major pain point of FL/OSS tools for me is that so many of them HEAVILY depend on local file descriptors which makes remote storage access a PITA.
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Adobe XD alternative for Linux
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Self-hosted UI/UX design tool (wireframes, mockups, prototyping, ...)?
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PenPot: Design Freedom for Teams
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 13 Jun 2022
How long does this bubble of junior designers last? Or is it over already?
1 project | reddit.com/r/UXDesign | 9 Jun 2022