OMMP is a community driven open source platform for developing mobile mashups (aka moshups) for mass-market devices. With OMMP, you can create fully functional widgets/applications that work on almost all mobile devices within a few hours.
OpenPalm is aimed at providing a Palm API compatible GUI system for small embedded devices. Not anymore a propritary OS can limit our imagination; not anymore a slow processor can limit our extension. Let's help fulfill these simple requirements.
Making money from the web, on the Hungarian web, between pictures and in the contents of the side with one single button press Translation Hungarian and 6 foreign languages (English, German, French, Italian, Polish, Dutch) with SZTAKI dictionary
Presiview: A project to deliver an audio-enabled, special-effects-enabled presentation builder and viewer. The several available OSS solutions are good, but few of them provide a separate viewer or a browser plugin. Most contain no audio track.
Rock air hero is a musical webcam based game . The goal is to play on a "virtual" guitar with nothing but your hands. Tested on Linux (32 & 64 bits), Windows (32 bits) and MacOSX intel 10.5. May work on other platforms
Russian Technology Kit GNU/linux - the distribution kit for audit of safety in local networks of any class. Can be used for simplification of procedure of diagnostics and repair of hardware maintenance. Is truly free product.
Linux kernel for built in connectivity for channels with Mainframe and other High End Servers.
A Public Key Cryptographic system based on OpenSSL and MySQL.
This project has been moved to http://sourceforge.net/projects/thamizha .
The E language is an open-source object-oriented langauge for secure distributed computation. We are currently hosted on our own sourceforge setup at: http://bugs.sieve.net/projects/e-lang
The Linux orinoco driver, included in the kernel since 2.4.3 and in David Hinds' pcmcia-cs package since 3.1.30 supports a large number of wireless NICs based on the Lucent/Agere Hermes, Symbol Spectrum24 and Intersil/Conexant Prism 2/2.5/3 chipsets.
This tool is specifically for people who play the Online Browser-Based Game, "TribalWars" http://www.tribalwars.net. With this tool, a player can calculate the time required to produce the given resource.
A really low footprint (< 10 Kb) Java VM and replacement firmware for the Lego Mindstorms RCX microcontroller, which is part of Lego's Robotics Invention System. TinyVM is the progenitor of <a href="http://lejos.sourceforge.net">leJOS</a>.
"Tunp!" is a side-scroller engine for side-scrolling games. Our main focus is flexibility, so that the maps and worlds can be really easy to make by users, no matter if they are good or not in computers. It will also allow NetPlay! =:0)
Viegas Rubim is a clone system livecd based on Ubuntu. It aims to be a powerful clone-rescue system for x86 x64 archs. Using the bittorrent to data transfer, accelerating the clone process.
We plan to integrate support for the Creative Labs VoIP blaster device into the Open H.323 Project.
This project is the marriage of vtigerCRM, Joomla! content management system and the Asterisk telephony switch. This project aims to bring all the development efforts to merge these systems into an easy to use debian package set.
deals with the Networking Monitoring issues of all systems
YaPhone is a Video conferencing and VoIP application for M$Windows. It is H323 and SIP protocol compatibale , based on OpenH323 project (https://sourceforge.net/projects/openh323), written by VC++.
A CITTIO project, Zeppelin enhances the manageability of cloud computing systems. Utilizing WS-MAN and WBEM, Zeppelin's instrumentation provides detailed asset, performance, auditing, benchmarking and usage metering information for cloud infrastructures
Artridis is an OpenGL application meant to display wavefront objects in a 3D world. The finality of this project is to be able to take "artistic" snapshot of this world.
an easy-to-use script engine which parses a ruby-like script language called axe
"on-the-go" printing made easy
Print to any printer, anywhere... Using ezprintr is as easy as 1, 2, 3... 1. Download and install the ezprintr print driver. 2. Identify the destination printer(s) using an email-like address book. 3. Print your documents, just like you already do, selecting the ezprintr printer. Your printed document will be encoded and sent directly to the print server for processing. It's that simple.
An Open Source project for software decode GPS Reciever.