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The Mayhem & Chaos Collection is a collection of semi-related software projects written/maintained by Robert Kaye. This umbrella project allows me to make my various side projects available to the public.
A reference implementation of the SMPTE-standardised Media Dispatch Protocol (MDP: SMPTE 2032). This software allows large media files and their metadata to be exchanged by organisations. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Media_dispatch_protocol
Open Source applications developed by the MidSouth Bioinformatics Center at UALR.
A realtime software sampler. Connect a MIDI keyboard to your Linux box and let there be rock! /dev/midi and /dev/dsp is all you need. E-piano patches from the famous (or infamous?) DX7 are available.
ModelicaFloChrt is a script/Perl process that extracts information from Modelica library html help files and generates flow charts of module connectivity in eps and pdf formats.
A modular, flexible and extensible Identity and Access Management system for integrated login, access and profile management across disparate security domains. Supports Apache, PAM, Webcrossing, XMLRPC and SOAP from C, Perl, and Java with more to come.
Moving Camel is a Perl MVC Framework for Webapplications.
My main objective here is to come out with tool that not only monitor the details of the hardware and software resources as like traditional tool but also it will indicate the details of where problem exist even before the system engineer fix the system.
MuVOn is a Linux-based application for managing files and playlists on (originally Creative MuVo) mp3 players but can copy files to just about anywhere.
Multiplatform (MUltiple Language / Target Integration PLATform FOR Modules) implements a unified integration platform for multiple modules written in multiple languages (C, C++, Prolog, Java) and multiple target platforms (GNU/Linux, Solaris, Windows).
Mustard is a template engine intended to make automatic variable replacement of database or user-supplied information. It is based on a C++ parse shared library and a Perl module designed with a Finite State Machine Stack model. 1 in the release stack.
My Network Catalog is an indexing engine that allows windows shares (or Samba) over a local network could be bind together. So via a search center all the files over the network could be easily accessed.
NOCAssist manages a web hosting company from colo to virtual-dedicated servers. Will alsos install/config (remote) up to 5 *NIX OSes. This program includes a CMS, Ticket system and a whole lot more.
NT/Win2k Hosting Controller will allow users of NT/Win2k to run a smooth web hosting operation.
Name::Find is a perl module and related files for finding peoples names in text. It consists of the perl module and dictionaries of names.
Nanotools is a set of Unix style tools and libraries used for helping system's administrators to manage several servers with several operating systems (IBM/Aix, SUN/OS, GNU/Linux). Nanotools is oriented for running in a production environement.
This project is used to analyze network TCP/IP packet. For example this can control Application Layer Flow and flux; In particular P2P Flux. Also, it can used to Net Application content AuditNetwork Security.
NetDist is a configuration management/distribution solution. It can handle the distribution of configuration files to any number of hosts, can be set up to generate configuration files automatically, and provides a central location for configs.
Online news and newspaper harvester - Like RSS Newsreader w/ database. National & International News. Very detailed catches hard to find news articles. Allows resposting of summaries w/ comments to Usenet Newsgroups, complex searches & more.
To help build the Next Generation Internet on the foundation of Open Data
Authpfng is a new authentication back-end to allow people to sign in to the network administrated by an OpenBSD pf-firewall. Login can be done by ssh, web-based and smb. You can assign traffic quotas and QoS per-user or after a certain bandwidth usage.
NEmu is an emulator/simulator for exploring computer architecture. It provides a virtual machine, a debugger, and simulations of various cpus and hardware. NEmu is built on top of ALib, my own application framework.
Nimh Libs is a distribution of libraries made by Nimh Labs that aren't worth their own project, but are worth checking out.
Noink is a back-end suite of Perl CGI scripts to power dynamic image/data driven web-sites. It features automated archival, forums, admin options and security by password encryption.
Libraries and modules developed by the American Physical Society for internal and external use.