The Registry Server (jUDDI) offers a mechanism for humans or software applications to advertise and discover Web services. The Java Web Services Developer Pack (Java WSDP) Registry Server implements Version 2 of the Universal Description, Discovery and I
A project based in ruby on rails, it contains modules like sales, inventory, orders, etc.
"Virtual Infrastructure for Applications and Services Over IP" ViaSIP_NG using latest OpenCloudComputing recommendations to develop Scalable Private-Public cloud platforms. ViaSIP is leveraging ODS - LinkedData, CouchDB, Eucalypus, DatR.ws & Web2Py.
Working Efficiently in an Agile and Collaborative Environment to produce Quality Software projects. Give workflows and tools to make everybody involved in a software project work efficiently with others.
Bring the web to your phone! Web Dog and Bone allows to send messages to groups, start calls or join conferences and retreive RSS feeds directly to their mobile phone through SMS. Feeds can be added in a plug and play like way enabling the app to grow!
A tool to help people study collaboratively over the internet.
Whiteboard syncs your desktop with the web and syncs the web with you. Whiteboard intends on allowing the collection of anything on your mind, computer, or internet into a clean inbox accessible both online and off.
ManagementWiki is a wiki tool to manage the Requirment, task, status, resource...
Wiki clone written in Ruby with emphasis on clean wiki syntax. Aims to support displaying of google maps for the purpose of collaborative city planning.
Handset Detection for Mobile Applications. Device Description Database
WURFL lets you detect thousands of types of mobile devices accessing your web service and take decisions based on what that device can or cannot do. With WURFL, you can optimize mobile web content, effectively deliver advertisements, or analyze mobile traffic. WURFL will read HTTP requests from mobile browsers and search the Device Description Repository (DDR) for the corresponding device properties (i.e. capabilities). WURFL will return the device capabilities to your application, which can leverage this knowledge to optimize the mobile experience. WURFL can detect over 10000 device types and offers over 500 device capabilities, including desktops, smartphones, tablets, feature phones, smart TV’s and many other emerging devices types. WURFL addresses the needs of many types of users, from large enterprises with high performance requirements, to regular companies who need a solution that is simple to deploy, integrate and customize. WURFL is provided by ScientiaMobile, Inc.
A plugin for XChat2 (http://www.xchat.org) allowing Ruby scripts to be used as XChat plugins.
XDCC-Fetch, written entirely in Ruby, is a platform independent tool for collecting, searching and downloading broadcasted XDCC announcements within IRC channels. XDCC-Fetch supports, amoung other features, multiple IRC Servers and search on typing.
XIC is a full featured, cross platform IRC client. There are both graphical and CLI versions planned, as well as various language versions.
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.
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).
"XMPP Bridge" is a XMPP/Jabber/Google-Talk bot written in Ruby using the XMPP4R library. It allows users to connect from their XMPP client to other text-based local or network resources.
Xinod is a series of web application products which can communicate and interact with each other. Please check our website at http://www.xinod.com or search for Xinod on SourceForge for details.
YaCE5 is an Chatengine with different "interfaces" written in ruby
Fed up forgetting birthdays of your firends / relatives? Tired of setting up reminders plugins for all your different jabber clients? Zadolbator, being once installed at Jabber server side, provides THE ultimate solution! ;-)
cross-distribution software installation system
Zero Install is a decentralised cross-distribution software installation system. Create one package that works everywhere! With dependency handling and automatic updates, full support for shared libraries, and integration with native package managers
aStor is a network attached storage configurable via user-friendly web-interface. Based on Einarc (a universal storage RAID command line interface) and GNU/Linux. aStor provides file-based access. Currently it supports CIFS, NFS, FTP.
An application wiki where users can make their own pages with rich behavior; not just text.
asterisk monitor software
bartr is a project started as a social experiment. Ideally, it will help individuals to live without money. Phreedom.