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Free and Open Source Browser based Security Framework2,545 weekly downloads
A cross platform multi-network peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing client.23 weekly downloads
CMS .NET in C# (gallery, forum, wiki, blog, multi site all in one)2 weekly downloads
WikyBlog is a CMS/Groupware application written in PHP/MySQL that fuses collaborative editing features of wikis with user friendly publishing characteristics of blogs. MediaWiki derived wiki syntax, AJAX enhanced, UTF8 and extendable (google maps).1 weekly downloads
a free & lightweight CMS1 weekly downloads
WordPress event calendar plugin1 weekly downloads
osSchool - a school administration system, targeted,not exclusively, at International Schools ( PYP,MYP,DP & IPC,IGCSE). Currently the project is undergoing a major rewrite. A stable release is expected at the end of August 20091 weekly downloads
This is new reincarnation of all-known xNova project. In the "Regenesis" we want to summarize all best from space-MMRPGs such like Unificant Wars and OGame. All development is carried out with Java (Hibernate + J2EE) + Haxe + ExtJS.1 weekly downloads
Powerfull open source cms script. Advanced Content Management System written in Php,MySQL.
A complete open source bulletin board system. Supports over 10 different languages. Unlimited forums and topics, who's online features, ultra easy skinning system, a full blown administrative control panel, and many more features.
Let your friends to find you.Tell them where will you be,when will you be...
eZebra is a new p2p program with functions similar at eMule and Shareaza but we do not take it as a MOD of any of both. We understand it as "the start point of a new p2p generation". And we need you to make us believe we can do better!