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An open source forum software written in PHP using Web 2.0 approach. Supports tagging system, SEO, optional AJAX forms, RSS Feeds, Subscriptions and can easily be intergrated to any website using it's API.
MAlbum is a generator for HTML photo albums. Select the photos to include, enter a description for them, choose a layout, and get an index page and slideshow in HTML format.
This is a web-based collaboration tool for groups to conduct heuristic usability or accessibility evaluations. There is a UI for the evaluators to report problems and a separate UI for customers to get real-time results.
No Cheese Window Manager (ncwm) is a lightweight window manager for the X Window System, fork of Window Manager Improved (wmi). It attempts to use keyboard on every task the user wants to do, if possible, no mouse, no cheese.
This is based on hardware game I had as I child. I have never seen this game anywhere, so I decided to make a software version of it. The game is a board game where you have to arrange numbered pieces into patterns.
A flexible and powerful software packaging facility, OpenPKG eases installation and administration of Unix software across several platforms. It primarily targets the Unix platforms FreeBSD, Linux and Solaris, but is portable across mostly all modern U
Pysox is an open-source library for the development of isometric, 3D games (RTS and TBS chiefly). It will be scriptable in either Python or Lua. It is written in Objective-C using GNUstep, OpenGL, and SDL.
Code for reference implementations of identity brokers and simple single sign-on (SSO) mechanisms that utilize XDI and link contracts to manage the dataweb.
Senseless is an application for wireless sensor and actuator networks (SANETs). The senseless framework connects several WSNs to end-applications which allow the user to monitor and control these WSNs without any knowledge of the underlying system.
Theleme is a fork of the last release of WINE under its MIT/X11 based license. Theleme "is an implementation of the Windows 3.x and Win32 APIs on top of X and Unix" allowing Windows binaries to run under Unix
Tinboy is a notetaking application that combines ease of use and simplicity with sophisticated means to organize information. It will be available as an Eclipse Plugin and notes can be shared using a revision control system like CVS.
Warnet is a replacement server daemon for bnetd, or PvPGN, in the case that you do not want to offer gaming, but instead emulate a battle.net channel environment for your users.
jQuery parts with server side program
Alphamote is an aiming to provide a free, open source alternative to Sony's Remote Camera Control software, which can be used to control Sony's alpha DSLR cameras via the USB port (changing settings, triggering, downloading, ...).
Small and medium-size enterprise portal solutions through arcana. E-Commerce, Users & Management, Accounting, Engineering Solutions, Daemon Management, and custom portal applet creations.
cadnms [ cheap and dirty nms ] is meant to be a simple network monitoring system, currently using only php and fping this monitoring system will be only for network (router/switches) devices
MDX query builder library
muhttpd is a simple but complete web server written in portable ANSI C, supporting logging, CGI scripts, MIME type based handlers, and HTTPS. It has been tested on various Unix environments on 32-bit, 64-bit, little endian and big endian systems.
FreeBSD 5.x kernel module watches what's going on in /tmp