jFIX is a java package for managing FIX (Financial Information eXchange) messages. This is the first step in building an open source FIX engine.
The mission of libshell is to keep in place all patterns, functions and etc of shell as a library which are useful in day-to-day work activities. With libshell one can definitely obviate the task in hand.
For Linux-Live developers
miBodega intended to be a small and fast software, for help in the organisation and management of a small-to-medium warehouse.
onevan is an Open-source projects
phpLESSON is a web-based marking system for schools. The concept is that a teacher inputs the marks and the minute they are input, the students can check their marks. It is written in PHP and uses the Pear::DB interface to interact with a database.
This project is to be develop a website currently for use for Training & Placement Section of NIT, Warangal. This can also be used for campus recruitment processes of any university. A current implementation is found at: http://www.tapsnitw.org
Free developpment for end users
Client Detection Mod
zK++ is a private peer-to-peer file-sharing client fully compatible with Direct Connect Network and ADC protocol, developed as a modified version of several other DC clients. Although private, it is a free and open source software, built without pretensions; just for fun. Its development is usually composed of three independent and parallel projects, so-called: OP Client (a Client Detection Mod made to be a Hub Guardian); Light Edition (a friendly mod, inspired by original DC Spirit); Black Edition (The dark side of the client, the dead-alive evolution)
DjVu Read Documents,With OCR Technology(Arabic ,English ),Small Size
The DjVu Reference Library 3.5 was released by Lizardtech under the GNU General Public License version 2. DjVuLibre-3.5 was developed by Leon Bottou and others as a "Derived Work" of the DjVu Reference Library 3.5. As such, it is also subject to the GNU General Public License version 2. Several patents apply to two very specific aspects of DjVu and DjVuLibre. The patents cover a particular aspect of the ZP-coder (the arithmetic coder used in DjVu and implemented in libdjvu/ZPCodec.cpp) and the background masking technique used in the IW44 wavelet encoder (implemented in libdjvu/IW44EncodeCodec.cpp). Most patents are owned by AT&T. LizardTech has very broad rights to them and grants free and permanent licenses to them for the purpose of building GPL software with the DjVu Reference Library. The grant is materialized by two paragraphs in the headers of the DjVu Reference Library source files. Lizardtech also published an official statement about the open source.