OSC is the Open Source Club at the University of Florida. We are a community of makers, who want to solve problems and improve our world using open source projects.


Most recent Projects

Alarm Clock

A React-Native application that allows users to configure various punishments for not waking up and ways of detecting if a user is awake. Languages: JavaScript. Framework/tools: React-Native, Expo.


An OSC themed Linux Distribution based on Debian using Linux From Scratch.


Club-related MicroServices, including an in-house implementation of the OAuth2 protocol, SMTP mailers, and DNS servers. Written in Go, Typescript (Next.js), and deployed on Google Kubernetes Engine.

Bytes of Love

A visual novel dating simulator where you can play as a college student trying to rizz up anime girl-ified versions of your favorite programming languages! Built in Python with tool: Renpy.


A web application that allows group members to queue up songs to their group’s playlist, and enables members to collect points for future use. Built in React and Typescript with frameworks: MongoDB, Express.js, React.js, and Node.js.

Proximity Chat

An application that allow users to chat with people that they are physically around, say in the same building! Built with TypeScript with frameworks/tools: React Native, Firebase, Node.js, Express.js, Expo.


A website to assist students in creating schedules that work for them by using UFs Schedule of Courses along with RateMyProfessor and GatorEval scores. Built in Typescript and Python, with the frameworks/tools: React, Tailwind.


Inspired by 3Blue1Brown, creating a plug-in that adds to the Manim project which would allow for programmatic animation of computer science concepts. Built in Python, with the frameworks/tools: Poetry, Manim.

Active projects are official club projects that have an assigned technical lead, are given club resources, and are the first projects mentioned to new members. New projects are proposed and voted on at the beginning of each semester. All projects utilize Git, GitHub, and open source development principles.


Recent Posts
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Status Report: Spring 2024 Projects

May 2, 2024

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April 19, 2024

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April 11, 2024


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