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Platform for creating workflow based systems like DMS, CMS or CRM.
genericlink is a tool for creating intelligent data transfer flows between different data sources.
A mobile RSS reader written in J2ME. Feeds are downloaded in background, allowing a fast and fluide experience. The project also includes a fast AJAXed web RSS reader to be used when the J2ME client is not necessary.
A game engine, written in java, intended to be customizable and portable. It uses Groovy (and probably other scripting languages supported by the JVM) to reproduce behavior of tabletop and miniature games, like Warhammer 40K (TM). PROJECT NOT
This is a solution to help an enterprise to monitor their key data
Managed file transfer framework (MFT) based on Spring, Hibernate, REST and many other open standards. The core innovation consists of the so called segmented data transfer and storage, that allows to put reliability and data security to a next level.
FTF (for Flexible Testing Framework) is a modular framework for testing, both automatic and manual, and quality assurance. FTF initial development has been done in the EDOS project, to support Linux distributions testing.
First Fork of EMaEval Project
Web-based editor for the Gateway Description Language (GDL).
Embeddable/J2E/Desktop Java Wiki CMS
This project has evolved into four main components: J2EE utilities; Austin, a Groovy Game Scripting Library for JME; Script formatter for screenwriters; and the core library utilities.
An IMAP-based Webmail System written in the Groovy with a a zero config installation and simple user interface.
Grails based issue tracker.
Grails Application Proxy
GrooveHaven. Groovy language (groovy.codehaus.org) implementation of Java Portlet framework (Java Specification JSR-168) using IBM Pluto portlet container reference implementation. Extends the existing Java portlet API.
The project is no longer supported or under development
Will start off as a guitar tuner and move up to tune any instrument available in midi. Will generate the correct tones as well as listen to a sample and suggest tuning adjustments (sharp, flat).
The CMS3.0 is an open-source clinic management system project jointly implemented by the Hong Kong Medical Association (HKMA) and ISIA, with the funding support from the OGCIO under the Sector-specific Programme for the Medical and Health Sector.
This is a collection of tools for IEEE 1516 HLA FOM (FDD) files, including a fom-to-html converter with cross reference and minimal validation.
HallKeeper is a web-based information management system for university residence hall systems.
This project aims to create a games development IDE which is easy to use by novices and experts to aid in game creation. The IDE will be able to export to jar and applet, so games will be runnable in a wide range of environments, across many platforms.
This is implementation of JSF 1.2 (JSR 252).
IRSA is a toolkit for Information Retrieval Service Assessment.
A kickass issue tracker.
A Java application monitoring tool to aggregate, archive and visualize monitoring data for larger computer clusters, giving developers and admins both a succinct and comprehensive view into systems without the information overflow of usual JMX consoles.