Ezilla helps users quickly and easily build their own private cloud!
Ezilla (Easy La) helps users quickly and easily build their own private cloud! Ezilla integrates storage, networking, and computing resources under a cloud and allows cloud service providers to swiftly deploy cloud service environments that are built on a user-friendly, web-based interface. In order to create a private cloud and, thus, an exclusive computing environment, it is essential to virtualize the IT environment and develop an automatic management mechanism as well as a service-oriented application strategy. In order to meet these criteria, Ezilla provides an open cloud architecture and a fully web-based solution which enables its users to easily utilize virtual and real computing resources via an intuitive and user-friendly interface. The NCHC's Ezilla Development Team hopes that others will use Ezilla to create diverse applications which incorporate additional cloud services that can be accessed anytime. http://ezilla.info/index.php/Ezilla/Documents
Alindis - A GNU/Linux Distribution was to be a comprehensive guide leading the reader from zero to his/her own GNU/Linux distribution. This is now a dead project. -- Felix
This project brings together some best of breed software packages for development projects. It provides ArchLinux packages for Redmine, Sonar, Hudson and more. It is planned to put all these packages together and provide a unique interface to them.
A state of the art SMTP relay appliance that kill spam and virus in email
HefeWeizen is a messaging system for the exchange of electronic business documents in business to business electronic commerce. The system supports OASIS ebXML Message Service Handler (v 2.0) and ebXML Collaboration Protocol Agreement (v 2.0)
Kernel::Neya + IPC::OS
Naraio is LAMP like software. It contains Apache, MySQL, PHP, Perl, Openssl, Phpmyadmin, OpenLDAP, Subversion, Ruby, Python, Phpldapadmin, and Trac. Trac and Subversion are authenticates user with integrated ldap. Naraio is easy, secure and flexible.
Ohm is a free (open source) server manager, allowing Linux server configuration via an easy-to-use web interface. It aims to be an alternative to Plesk, cPanel and the like. DEVELOPMENT HAS BEEN MOVED TO GITHUB: http://github.com/Ohm-panel
The OpenMacSchoolServer (OMSS) project aims to help schools in Germany to use Mac OS X Server as a standard "school server". It provides documentation, scripts, preconfigured or -compiled extra tools and complete server service preconfiguration.
A collection of interoperating tools to run a political party supporting communication, accounting and statistics with a privacy and security in mind. Tools are biased towards Pirate Parties but can be used for managing any political movements.
Reliable Automated Provisioning, Installation, and Deployment System. Builds servers from bare metal from defined YAML specification with recursive inheritance. Pluggable install scripts for Gentoo included, additional OS will be supported in the future.
SARWeb (System Activity Reporter Web)
Tools to squeeze RDF out of Debian packages. Includes an RDF Schema and some commands to extract RDF data from .deb packages and the package database.
A simple project for creating hosting server-a-like live distribution
The idea is creating a simple and easy to install debian based secure system distibuted in LAMP stack as well and LNMP (nginx), with support for 32-64 bit cpus and small-large ram. Initial Stage: Creating stable live systems Second Stage: mod_mono and php coexistance, RoR, manage users/groups/packages scripts and system monitoring system, custom graphics Third Stage BUilding entire CnCP system (CnCp's not cPanel in old UNIX fashion), a web interface to create/manage and deploy users/accounts/monitoring on this server. You are more than welcome to help (developing/deploying/design/administration/words of wisdom/whatever you think you can do) Project current status is: Initial stage - > Alpha, virtualbox image of the system, when show some stable and secure properties will be released as livecd aswell (vmdk on its way)