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A solution to migrate systems
Implementation of Web based email.
ACM.EDU.PL is a web application designed for creating and management of multiple programming contests. Problem sets are similar to those encountered in IBM's ACM competitions. It is written basically in JSP+Spring+Hibernate and C++.
The SourceForge Speed Test measures Latency/Ping, Jitter, Download Speed, Upload Speed, Buffer Bloat, and Packet Loss. Upon completion, you can view detailed reports about your connection. This HTML5 speed test does not require Flash or Java, and works on all devices including tablets and smartphones. Host on your own infrastructure or use ours. For licensing, inquire today.Advertisement
OpenSVMS is an open source Short Voice Messaging System. SVMS (also known as VSMS or VoiceSMS) is a telecom service which enables users to send voice clips as messages rather than plain text messages.
OSESE(Open Source Educational Search Engine)provides customized search option for educational institutions.All the indexing,crawling and searching algorithms & distributed networking protocols are developed by students to add it to core stack.
Software which allows for a user to manage installed software on a computer and download/install software. All software listed in the database is free (monetarily), allowing people to discover free software that they would not otherwise find.
The Virtual Laboratory for Earth and Planetary Materials (VLab) collaborative GRID-based environment. Concentrating on scientific computation workflows and auto-generation of visualization services. http://vlab.msi.umn.edu