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The Canopy project is an initiative to merge and expand the functionality of Perl-speaks-NONMEM (PsN), Census, Xpose and PopED. The goal is to produce a coherent, inclusive and convenient platform for pharmacometric data analysis.
SOAP API for accessing FastMail.FM
Expandable multi-player online spacegame with influences of MUD & IRC.
Soccer manager with many new features, 2D/3D match engine, it will be released under GPL for Windows and Linux. OSM will include built-in database viewer/editor. Also all world leagues will be in. Over 50 statistics per player.
ONS(OpenNetSitter) is an OS-Networkmanagement Software with OpenLDAP backend SNMP V1,2 & 3 and as many management task as all Admins need. Like netsaint but with dynamic discovery 3 tiers (Agends, Server and some GUIs)
Cross Platform Perl Development IDE. Current Alpha is for WIN32 written in Delphi. Initial Plan is too rewrite the IDE in Perl itself.
A portal project providing useful information for those who have the hard job administering a school network. Hints, tips, configurations and special software for servers that can be used in educational environments can be found here.
Provide secure and stable OS, based on highly modified Linux Kernel, own package system, like "BSD Ports". Compatible with x86, Power PC. Easy to use of any level users. Complete Documentantion in many languages. 99% compatible with Windows.
PNETPROBE is a series of Perl scripts to catch and manage tcpdump data. It uses MySQL to dump data, and uses GD::Graph for all plotting functions. This tool will be ideal to see what is flowing in how many quantities on your network.