husky is a bunch of os-independent software for fidonet. It consitsts of tosser hpt, fileechoprocessor htick, message editor msged TE, libraries fidoconfig, smapi etc. Russian documentation may be found in Wiki http://sf.net/apps/mediawiki/husky/
Fully packaged linux distribution to provide internet access and resource management to small and medium companies.
A fast, easy, and free way to setup a webserver on your windows machine. Combining Apache, MySQL, PHP, Perl, and more this is the easiest way to setup your own http server in minutes!
Windows Service with both debug and release modes that allows configurable schedules of DOS batch files and other jobs to run in the background of the Local System even while no users are logged in. Writes to Event Log. Requires Microsoft.NET Framework.
C++ Server Pages is a partial Java server pages and servlet implementation in C++. It is written as Apache 2.0 modules, with the focus on performance.
A distributed FTP daemon written in java. Instead of conventional server<->client transfer it uses master<->client for control connections and slave<->client for (most) data transfers, the master must tell the slave to initiate/respond to a transfer
Expandable multi-player online spacegame with influences of MUD & IRC.
Open Source Application Server Appliance based on Open Source GlassFish
A Medical Information System (MIS) Application Server based on Web Services and J2EE and administrative tools (Plugins for Eclipse,...)
apt-got builds and supervises a partial (or full) Debian mirror, that is filled on-the-fly by apt-get requests. But there's more! Its modular mirror engine is ready for customized mirroring algos. So you can easily make your own module! (Eg for apt4rpm)
See http://www.konfidi.org and http://sourceforge.net/projects/konfidi
Webtester is a collection of java applications that can be used to record and playback test cases for either static HTML or dynamic web applications. It is intended to provide a way of performing end-to-end regression testing for existing websites.