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suprsukr is a data aggregator which can read data from rss, atom, oai and microformats.1 weekly downloads
This is the Open Source RESTful client for the take.io platform.1 weekly downloads
xContract is suite of per-language libraries that provide facilities for defining and enforcing software contracts. Intended to be used, where desired, in release modes/builds, xContract emphasises efficiency in addition to clarity and succinctness.1 weekly downloads
A drop-in framework for adding tagging (folksonomy) capabilities to existing applications
a sandbox for trying my engine ideas
An client-server application that can register test scripts and schedule to run the test scripts remotely.
A set of libraries to interface with the Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). Amazon S3 provides a simple web services interface that can be used to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web.
dropflood is a artificial intelligence system which on a overview is a network sensor capable of analysing the traffic in any network and to utilize the available time and space of individual end terminals for any grid computation. A self learning system
Anvil -- "a small forge" A lite-weight, modular, web-based framework supporting collaborative software development. Anvil provides multi-project control, is easy to configure, and can easily integrate with external tools.
This project brings together some best of breed software packages for development projects. It provides ArchLinux packages for Redmine, Sonar, Hudson and more. It is planned to put all these packages together and provide a unique interface to them.
this is a project dedicated to software developments for molecular informatics (include bioinformatics and cheminformatics).
Basalt VM Boss is a user-friendly, web-based, graphical interface for deploying and maintaining Xen and KVM virtual machines and virtual servers.
A wiki containing bot source code and libraries for mediawiki bot developers.
A national virtual bridge engineering contest for kids of all ages.
The CAMEL project implements a set of RESTfull wire level APIs that allow assembly of programs from components written in multiple languages. A bit like SOA, but much simpler (fewer features) and optimized for use on a single machine or trusted network.
CRAFT: Configurable Runtime Analysis for Floating-point Tuning
A SOA Grid framework running above the Amazon virtualization Web-Services - EC2, S3 & SQS. The framework allows building a SOA back-end to enterprise/web scale applications, without any hardware or data center facilities, only an Amazon account.
The goal of Project Cezanne is to produce a GUI builder for the WxRuby framework. Cezanne will allow developers to quickly design user interfaces for Ruby and JRuby projects; all inside the comfort of the NetBeans IDE.
ciel-travel is a Ruby on Rails based travel blogging engine. ciel-travel provides a solid framework to post blog entries, visualize your current & prospective travel plans, receive comments / feedback from friends and family, etc...
Windows Version of Linux Desktop Testing Project
Personal Coding Dojo, for several technologies.
Collaborative Computational Science is an open source framework to encourage collaborative experimentation in computational science.
Fame is a meta-modelling framework for executable models.