Once again, this week, the featured projects are all across the board. We have Adium, the popular Mac IM application, and Bacula, the venerable backup and restore utility. Thanks to all of these great projects for being part of the SourceForge community.
Adium is an open source, multi-protocol instant messaging application for Mac OS X.
- Smart package of Microsoft’s core fonts
So far this project consists of a source rpm that can be used to easily create a binary rpm package that, when installed, gives access to Microsoft’s TrueType core fonts for the Web.
- Tomato USB
Tomato USB is a fork of popular Tomato firmware (http://www.polarcloud.com/tomato) for Broadcom-based routers. This fork adds built-in support for USB port, wireless-N mode support, support for several newer router models, and various enhancements.
Streamripper records shoutcast-compatible streams. For shoutcast style streams it finds the “meta data” or track separation data, and uses that as a marker for where the track should be separated.
A portable and cycle-accurate NES/Famicom emulator written in C++
Bacula is a set of computer programs that permit managing backup, recovery, and verification of computer data across a network of computers of different kinds. Based on Source Forge downloads, Bacula is the most popular Open Source backup program.
- Circle Dock
A circular, oval, and spiral dock for Windows implemented in .Net using C#. It is based on the idea of pie menus but in a dock form. Official Hompage: http://circledock.wikidot.com
Are you a novelist, a writer or an author? Storybook is a scene-based software for all creative writers that helps to organize your story. Storybook assists you in structuring your book.