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If you net connection disconnects you when there is no traffic over your link, and you find this hightly irritating, Keeplalive is for you. It creates a minimal amount of traffic by pinging a given host once every so often, so that the connection stays ac3 weekly downloads
An Internet Corpus Linguistics analysis tool focusing on lexical variation over time and by geographical location. Initially the project will analyze word frequencies over time in the Linux Kernel Mailing List.1 weekly downloads
Etch is a cross-platform, language- and transport-independent framework for building and consuming network services. With Etch, service development and consumption becomes no more difficult than library development and consumption.
KvMail will be a complete e-mail suite, including access to POP, HTTP, and IMAP servers, written in Ruby with a Tk interface.
LightningPigeon is an e-mail client designed to be efficient and non-bloated. The primary aim being of an educational value to the developers and the secondary aim of providing a client which works at top efficiency.
LinearNote is a web-based notebook application written in Ruby which uses Ruby on Rails. It's user is able to write short notes into it (like Wiki) and publish/feed a part of notes in it (like Blog).
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XML-RPC (http://www.xmlrpc.com) is a specification for doing RPCs (Remote Procedure Calls) through HTTP by using XML as encoding. It is very pragmatic and much easier than SOAP. This is the implementation for Ruby (www.ruby-lang.org).
The mywaves utilities project provides open source utilities and documentation, including scripts to generate RSS feeds for mywaves.com to find videos on a web site.