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WAPBlog will allow webloggers to access their weblogs from their mobile phone. Both the Blogger and metaWeblog APIs will be supported. Users will be able to create, edit, and delete posts.2 weekly downloads
BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
Babylon Library is a collection of simple routines and classes that could be used as building blocks of larger projects. Many of the methods are portable and adjusted for use in embedded systems.
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This project originally was about a megaman clone called "Game Developer Man". Game Developer Man, the game, has long since tanked. However this project has moved on to the KRGP.
A Zaurus-specialized client for LiveJournal using Qt
A medical information system for Windows-based systems (95-XP/CE/PocketPC) based on Open Source platforms
The Sino Project is an Open Source initiative that utilized code developed by the Chinese government. Sino Linux Middleware v3.0 and Mobile Business Application Suites are built and tested in conjunction with the OSDL in a high volume, enterprise read
TimeSleuth is a time tracking system for recording the amount of time spent on different tasks or projects. The system can produce various reports, such as a weekly time-sheet or an invoice, based on the data that was captured from one or more users.
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Fast, reliable and complete video surveillance application feat. webcam abstraction layer, smart image processing (numerical and AI based), secure & wireless streams.
PHP and MySQL driven backend for adding additional Web based functionality to the EatWatch for PalmOS diet planning and weight logging package.