Library Of Randomized Algorithms: Randomization is a powerful idea has applications in science and engineering. Difficult optimization problems, protein folding and data mining are only a few of the problems that have been solved using randomization.
A framework in which IHE's XDS, ATNA, CT and PIX profiles work together. ATNA, CT and PIX Profiles are implemented and the open source implementation of IHE XDS Registry and Repository http://sourceforge.net/projects/iheos is customized.
Gebix is a FreeBSD-based operating system that will be available for both x86 and ARM as of version 0.7 Release Candidate 1. It will sacrifice most of the legacy support to transition to new or recent alternatives.
Just bring Linux for a better world
U M I, pronounce "ou" "ème" "aie" to an approach of "you & I" expression, is meant to be a derivative of Ubuntu, a Linux distribution. U M I is a system that wants generalist, simple and tailored to your needs. M I perhaps as "Maths Infos", "Mission Impossible", "Micro Imagination", "Museum Incarnation", ..., "Mandela Ideologie", ...,"Magne Isapèt" :), ... ; but in reality M I for "Me Inside", inside Linux, inside Debian, inside Ubuntu. This project designates all logistics associated developments. The goal is to promote the development of secure and robust software combining beauty and elegance for Linux platforms .
mod_ispman is an apache module that interfaces with ISPMan (http://www.ispman.org/). It will take care of virtual hosts, authentication and authorisation. It will maintain a local cache to keep hits on the LDAP server low and performance up.
A collection of python scripts which maintain a small linux distribution for a web-managed VPN endpoint providing distributed authentication, roaming profiles, and PKI services. All management is done via encrypted http. Uses LDAP, Kerberos, Apache, Pyth
[Now hosted on GitHub] Linux parallel-shell-scripting tools for multi-processor and multi-core systems.
The OpenX509 Project aims at creating an enterprise-scale PKI/Trustcenter software supporting well established infrastructure components like RDBMS and Hardware Security Modules. It is a fork of the OpenCA project, building on the experience gained in it.
Survey coffeeBeans are Swing based JavaBeans for easy component based MVC application development
Solutions to some interesting puzzles found online or in interview preparation books.
Implementation of jabper http binding protocol (jep-0124). Webserver with a small footprint and connection manager.
gscc stands for GNU SystemC Compiler Collection, witch is a set of tools to manipulate systemc code ( systemc is a hardware description language www.systemc.org ). The most notable tool is called gsc, witch is a systemc to verilog translator.
In the spirit of Doug Bagley's Great Language Shootout, we provide our own, up to date version that we intend to run as an open source project, making it easy to contribute new tests, and easy to run the framework on your own computer.
Bot that following the connections interwikis of El Salvador, to add to the original page (that is El Salvador) the present connections in a connected page (that treats about El Salvador) that lacks in the version in Spanish of wikipedia.
This Apache module makes it possible authentication/authorization to be done by an external program. The external program can be provided as a CGI, PHP or any other schemes which allow dynamic content to Apache.
Stalk is a new prototyping, message-passing OO language similar to Self. The interpreter compiles source text to bytecode for the Stalk Virtual Machine (SVM) and caches it. Compilable on most systems with sane C++ compilers, stalk has optional gtk binding
SSLider is a web server benchmarking and testing tool supporting HTTP/HTTPS, cookies, data submission via POST, and scripted site tests suitable for CGI application and servlet testing.
mod_auth_ibmdb2 is an Apache module written in C. It provides authentication and group authorization using data stored in an IBM DB2 database.
An Apache2 module (filter) which receives standard WHOIS queries and rewrites them into standard HTTP requests. After the "translation", the request can be processed by the usual mechanisms (mapping to static content, running CGI & PHP scripts, ...)