TEA is a text editor that provides a wide range of text-processing functions (over 100) and the syntax highlighting. There are two branches of TEA: Qt-based and GTK-based.
Project LSP aims to create various scripts, plugins and useful programs for the Linux-based operating systems. LSP stands for "Linux Scripts and Plugins".
The goal of this project is to provide a liveCD allowing the user to analyze networks for VoIP installations. This project gives you a global network state.
The Hosting Services Management System (often called Admin-panel) is intended to provide Web hosters and their clients with robust, powerful but simple enought interface for manage their webhosting related objects.
The RoboCup Team of Shanghai University (aka. Strive Team) is now devoting itself to the Humanoid League Contest. Many features like machine vision, pace generation, speech cognition, etc. of the humanoid robots is rising here in the following years.
Makes the integration of yout hi-tech devices using a Wi-Fi LAN, interconcecting them to sharing&updating of files, like your photos from your cellphone to your pc, or your cellphone controlling your eletronic gate...
This program allows you generate Live CD with your favourite Linux distribution and graphical desktop environment.
NatPack intends to bring a new concept on package management system for Linux by using a client-server infrastructure, as well as adopting all good features from all known package management systems and fixing what don't works fine.
Octyne is a powerful IRC to Internet Data connection service.
PCBSD-Stuff is about creating a few good utilities for PCBSD, such as ANiMe (Advanced Network Manager), pServerd (A server configuration utility) and PC-SBIE (A graphical interface to the FreeSBIE Scripts)
PMVLinux is a network system for Windows clients. It is designed to be user friendly and easy to administrate. It includes software to manage users and logon scripts. It is targeted at networks of a range of sizes, from home to smaller business networks.
Simple Instant Messenger with 2 componenets - chat server with qt client. The DB is MySQL and UML tool umbrello. Planning to use Eclipse IDE - to familiarize all the open source tools.
TrimAl is a bioinformatic tool that cleans multiple protein or nucleotide sequence alignment. The clean alignment (as a result of the TrimAl cleaning process) is used for phylogenetic reconstruction. TrimAl improves the quality of the reconstructed trees
Pioneering Private and Public Cloud Management since 2008
The UnifiedSessionsManager supports the integrated management of user sessions within Private-Clouds, comprising heterogeneous IT landscapes of various physical and virtual machines, hypervisor management, and virtual user sessions with remote desktops. Extracted documents see https://sourceforge.net/projects/ctys-doc.
chill is a heavy-module-based web-application with a core supporting many features. writing own modules for... everything. modules for webmail, firewall/router-administration, server-administration are planned natively.
scripts de configuração do velho kurumin
Conjunto de scripts de configuração que existiam no antigo sistema derivado do Knoppix e do Debian chamado Kurumin. No conjunto encontram-se scripts para BASH, algo em Perl e Python, também algo para SED e possivelmente AWK pode ser usado internamente. Também há as interfaces de controle projetadas para funcionar em KDE.
Just bring Linux for a better world
U M I, pronounce "ou" "ème" "aie" to an approach of "you & I" expression, is meant to be a derivative of Ubuntu, a Linux distribution. U M I is a system that wants generalist, simple and tailored to your needs. M I perhaps as "Maths Infos", "Mission Impossible", "Micro Imagination", "Museum Incarnation", ..., "Mandela Ideologie", ...,"Magne Isapèt" :), ... ; but in reality M I for "Me Inside", inside Linux, inside Debian, inside Ubuntu. This project designates all logistics associated developments. The goal is to promote the development of secure and robust software combining beauty and elegance for Linux platforms .