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Anvil -- "a small forge" A lite-weight, modular, web-based framework supporting collaborative software development. Anvil provides multi-project control, is easy to configure, and can easily integrate with external tools.
Making spam reporting easy. A collection of tools for catching and reporting spam e-mails.
A Ruby On Rails extendtion for WML and XHMTL etc.It was used synchronously for supporting different device Web application .It also can run on JRuby for Java class integration.
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Online photo album written in Ruby. Catalogues photos with event, location, time etc. The journal facility allows a entry to be added with inline preview photos or links to location or event searches.
Ylang-Ylang is an advanced web based calendering system that can be used to: - Promote events online with interactive calendar widgets - Connect with attendees / site visitors through various types of messaging - Track participation and impressions
Governance, risk and compliance management solution (GRC). Incorporating Enterprise risk management (ERM), business intelligence (BI) and performance management. Project services available at opengrc.org