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50 Open Source Tools That Could Help You Find (or Keep) a Valentine

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You may not have noticed, but Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Don't panic if you haven't planned the perfect date yet -- the open source community has you covered.

In honor of the season, we've put together a list of open source tools for romantics. If you're looking for the perfect gift, we found open source apps that could help you create your own Valentine's Day card, open source chocolate, open source poetry and even open source jewelry. To help you create the perfect evening, we added a whole host of apps for putting together the perfect soundtrack. Plus: apps to help you practice your dancing, pick the perfect wine (or beer), cook a romantic dinner or watch a romantic movie.

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