NEXUS ECS (Embedded Control System). A complete system administrator based on networks.
Nebula Control is a simple automation framework for taking control of your *NIX environment.
It's trying to do something again, but better
NeoBSD is a free Unix-like operating system created as a fork of NetBSD. And aims to combine the all best features of other BSD systems. At the beginning will be supported x86 platform. And priority will be: * move from GCC * work on O3 optimization of kernel and highly loaded parts of system; * port Xen dom0 support to other bsd's; * porting various applications to work with SysV IPC rather than Dbus * "new life" for Xorg UMS drivers * slim, not freedesktop.org like desktop
The Open Descent Foundation (ODF) is a community for developers, who want to help to create open source programs, tools, etc. for the famous games Descent1, -2 or -3. Everyone can join the ODF if he accepts the idea of writing open source programs.
CE Linux Forum Open Test Lab support software. Software for controlling embedded targets from a host machine, and for performing automated builds on a host, and doing installations and running tests on embedded targets.
The Parallel Seismic Earth Imaging System (PSEIS) is designed for geophysical research and parallel processing of large datasets. Interoperation and emulation are used to leverage other seismic processing software, existing skills and infrastructure.
PloneShellConsole is a Plone product, which intends to provide an web interface to manage, execute, and track shell scripts in any remote machine.
Powersave Applet consists of a script, that does various tips and tricks from Intel's PowerTop and lesswatts.org to reduce power consumption while your laptop is on battery. There is also an applet that provides a nice status icon in Gnome or KDE.
pmgr is a package management system for the Python Language. It is inspired by Portage, the Gentoo Linux PMS. It uses Pythons distutils to install source packages, but also provides its own powerful framework for non-distutils packages.
This project is for particle accelerator start-to-end simulation. The project contains software infrastructure for setting up model run as service/client mode.
Wrapper for using core NX technology in a common, rootless, one-session-per user case without requiring any additional user other than the owner of the session (i.e. can install without root privileges).
GUI IDE for developing games with the Stratagus engine.
Low Overhead and Multi-faceted Network Fingerprinting of a Bot
Botnets are an evolutionary form of malware, unique in requiring network connectivity for herding by a botmaster that allows coordinated attacks as well as dynamic evasion from detection. Thus, the most interesting features of a bot relate to its rapidly evolving network behavior. The few academic and commercial malware observation systems that exist, however, are either proprietary or have large cost and management overhead. Moreover, the network behavior of bots changes considerably under different operational contexts. We present Titan: a system that generates faithful network fingerprints by recreating all these contexts and stressing the bot with different network settings and host interactions. This effort includes a semi-automated and tunable containment policy to prevent bot proliferation. Most importantly, Titan has low cost overhead as a minimal setup requires just two machines, while the provision
TorrentFlow is a rewrite of the TorrentFlux project that aims to be better in many ways. It will be easier to theme, as the templating system uses smarty. It will be easier to modify as it is written to be readable and extensible. And I won't let it die
UnityCA is a Certificate Authority "front end" based on the Community-Oriented CA (COCA) model, which was primarily developed for non-profit "free CAs." Organizational and end-user interfaces provide trusted web management of the installed CA (eg ElyCA).
Yet Another Program Installer is a GUI installer program for Linux/*BSD/UNIX that focuses on 1) ease of use by the end-user and 2) ease of implementation by the developer/sysadmin. It uses an XML-based config and the GTK2 widget set.
Zero is a secure, fast, desktop Linux distribution for advanced users with Athlon XPs.
Multi facets CASE/AGL for easy project developments
Agglo is a CASE (Computer Aided Software Engineering) or AGL (Atelier Génie Logiciel), whose aim is to facilitate installation ans use of various tools (either existing opensource tools, or agglo tools), in several facets of project development: - requirements management - unit tests - automated integration tests - toolkit for various languages (cpp, c, python, shell, xsl) other facets are to come ultimately: - coverage tests - planification - integration with hudson - code quality analysis - indicator production
O Sistema Operativo Angolano
b0ss1X is a full featured Linux Distro created by Kasper5150 and Novalok from Backslash Security Group. It is used for network audits and network administration.
Distro-Project is a new form of linux breaking all old FSH standards (including POSIX). It's market is for all sectors of the computer market and for beginners through advanced users. The goal is to make an operating system that works out of the box
Web-based data panel
A web2py based web application, designed to show various data widgets. Can be used for developing your own BI portal, reports screen, etc.
Public online mobile game based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Long read to rMATS
lr2rmats is a Snakemake-based light-weight pipeline which is designed to utilize both third-generation long-read and second-generation short-read RNA-seq data to generate an enhanced gene annotation file. The newly generated annotation file could be provided to rMATS for differential alternative splicing analysis. More information can be found at https://sourceforge.net/p/lr2rmats/wiki/Home/
Monitoring your infrastructure for free.
This software presents a ﬂexible and conﬁgurable proposal for monitoring and management of real and virtual HPC infrastructures, compatible with paradigm of cloud computing. We help you to answer: 1) What is the performance of my resources? 2) What equipment and resources do we have already? 3) What do we need to upgrade or repair? 4) What can we consolidate to reduce complexity or reduce energy use? 5) What resources would be better reused somewhere else? Status: PreAlpha, so any help shall be welcome. Made for LINUX. GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3)