Project Summary Page contest – The winners

By admin

The Project Summary Page contest was announced the contest at the end of November and last week we pawed back through the database to determine which projects had taken us up on it. The list was prodigious, and we ended up selecting three winners. (The winners were selected by a few lines of Perl.) The admins on these projects each won a $50 gift certificate to ThinkGeek.

The winners are:

  • JFire – Free ERP & Trading Platform

    JFire is a trading platform including ERP, CRM, accounting (full double-entry) and cross-organisation-trading written in Java based on J2EE, JDO and the Eclipse RCP. See http://www.jfire.net for more information.

  • facetracknoir

    Headtracking program that uses the SM FaceAPI. Movements of the head are registered by a simple web cam: no additional hardware is required! Supports Free-track, FlightGear, PPJoy and TrackIR, SimConnect and FSUIPC protocols. The new V160 contains the latest faceAPI, which supports the latest CPU’s. A new user-interface was created and a mouse-look protocol added.

  • jNetMap

    jNetMap is a graphical network monitoring and documentation tool. It will ping all registered devices every x minutes, updating the status according to the result of the ping.

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