Itunes library Parser to read the Tracks & Playlists as Java objects
Itunes Library Parser can parse the Itunes library, read the Tracks & Playlists as Java objects and thereby perform all sorts of operations on the files such as read itunes stored data about the tracks and playlists. One of the coveted feature would be to transfer the playlists onto non-apple devices such as Android.
A tool for discovering external dependencies in Office files.
The Dependency Discovery Tool searches through binary office files (.doc, .xls and .ppt) and tries to find any documents or files that are linked to the document. It is written in java, using the Apache POI libraries ( http://poi.apache.org ) This project was part of a summer scholarship from the School of Engineering and Computer Science at Victoria University, Wellington (http://ecs.vuw.ac.nz) in conjunction with Archives New Zealand ( http://archives.govt.nz ). At the moment it requires Java 6 to build and run, but this should change soon, and it will run on Java 5 upwards.
eLibrarian is a web-based software platform that helps to organize various documents, such as ebooks and any other electronic document based on categories and tags.
A web platform to host a virtual library for public and free books.
Web interface for storing Polar Information Commons IPY data.
Please Note: This project only exists for the project mailing lists. Please visit http://eopas.github.com/eopas.
An editor, written in Java, for XML-encoded Dublin Core files following DCMI's Guidlines for Implementing DC in XML.
This is Online Digital Library Management System developed by ASP.NET MVC 3.
Multiplatform Multiemulator Frontend
ixbar3000 is a frontend, it allows you to browse/launch games from a centralized place. While doing so it’ll keep statistics on your usage. You can also use it to store highscores on games that doesn’t have battery memory. Demo videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsYn7B5Y4pDxKzEfZSIqlG62yswJXgBu2&feature=plcp
Read written documents from Microfilm
Professional Microfilm Reader that solves the accessibility problem. It is designed to maximize: -convenience - read microfilm from anywhere -open construction - can be built by anyone with the skills and tools to build a desktop PC -sustainability - built only with parts that will still be being manufactured in 10 or 20 years
Not a search engine but navigation routes within a research domain.
The Centre d'Informations (CI) aim is to articulate and display whatever type of knowledge available on a given field (see screenshots examples for various fields). The software is built as a network of information articulated using concepts (figure). The website should not be understood as a conventional search engine but as different ways to navigate within this knowledge (information and concept) network. Each information is thoroughly formalized; the aim is not exhaustivity or information amount but rather information quality so as to ensure the best possible articulation within the existing network (quality of the network) and ensure the subject diversity so as to cover the field with robustness.