Thwomper is a fully interactive program for babies stimulating many senses. Thwomper allows babies and toddlers to safely hit the computer's keyboard and will display shapes, letters and numbers accompanied by different sounds with each keypress.
The UMich OAI Toolkit is a set of Perl based tools for harvesting OAI data and creating an OAI-PMH 2.0 compliant data provider.
The code behind GNE (GNE is Not an Encyclopedia). GNE is a library of opinions, an attempt to build a comprehensive documentation of all human thought.
GWUS stands for grad write up system and is web based software that is designed to allow easy collection of grad write up's and quotes.
The Fake User Shell Interface is a program to help people understand and use UNIX or Linux. Please send an email to jamesthefishy(at)gmail.com If enough people email me I will start developing this project again.
DVDMCQ simplifies the creation of stand-alone DVD quizzes in multiple choice question format.
Digital Publishing System (DPubS) is electronic publishing software for organizing, presenting, and delivering both open access and subscription-controlled scholarly communications in multiple formats (journals, books, conference proceedings, etc.).
Connotea is an online reference management system. It allows users to store and organise their links and scholarly references online, and can automatically import bibliographic data from online archives. This project hosts the source code for Connotea.
Apellicon is a web-based administration suite for Textpresso. Textpresso is an open-source text-mining system for scientific literature. Apellicon implements all of the steps required to build and maintain a Textpresso database.
MOT++ is an Adaptive Hypermedia system based upon the LAOS framework. It can work together with semantic desktop setups. The stand-alone enricher application needed for this is is also offered on this page! See http://prolearn.dcs.warwick.ac.uk.
Atlantida is an open source multilingual dictionary written in Java. It can translate words from one language to another and pronounce them. As of version alpha 0.15, Atlantida uses XDXF dictionary format.
TABL (Tables Are Better than Lines) is a program that, given line schedules for a mod-based system, generates table schedules.
Gene pair detection is a novel idea of identifying the tentative ordering of genes in a genome. It uses a similarity index with an already known genome to find out the ordering.
The FireStudios is a team of two young programmers . We're making Software for Students and Teachers on European Schools .
This is a webpage, perl scripts, and apache files to help you create a Google based search engine for radiology reports
Collaborative editing software based in PHP and MySQL.
Look4bus is bus-traffic infomation system. Technically look4bus is perl catalyst based. It will associate web 2.0 mash stuff.
GoKo Project is a outside-school project created by students who are interested in Open-Source Community and dedicated their times and efforts with creating applications and modifications for forum software and web development.
Document Archive is a web-based database to help you keeping track of the vast amount of electronic documents and BibTeX entries you might have in use. Browser plugins and console frontends are developed to allow fastest access with typical tools.
DNS Control Panel is a free system for ressellers to manage their domain names. It has the possibility to add a domain, change A, AAAA, CNAME, MX, NS ... records, to add users and restrict users to control their own domains.
Debate Research is an open source suite of tools used for internet research related to forensic debate associations.
EN: OpenSource GPS software engine. (+Free maps) HUN: Nyilt forráskodú GPS program motor.(+ingyen térképek)
CiteULike is a free service to help academics share, store, and organise the papers they're reading. This open source project contains the code to scrape citations from publishers' web sites.
The Linux Knowledge Base and Tutorial (LINKBAT) is a web-based, unified knowledge base and tutorial with the goal of educating users about Linux.
Borges is an open-source project aimed at XML-aware documentation projects which care about internationalisation, reusable contents, teamwork, etc. Borges is maintained by NeoDoc: http://neodoc.biz