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Foomatic is a database-driven system for using free software printer drivers with all known free software spoolers on Unix and Mac OS X.
Fun2write is a Framework, supporting technical writer in crossmedia documentation. OpenOffice.org or MediaWiki on the input side, docbook-xsl and website on the output side. It consists of OpenOffice.org Macros, writing guidelines, templates and drivers
GNU EPrints is a system for creating large archives of documents, with a searchable database of metadata. It's main target is for scholarly material. The primary site for EPrints is; http://software.eprints.org/
A system of scripts designed to make website administration (mirrors, news, users, and forums) efficient and secure.
Glop -- the Game Language Of Perl -- is a set of Perl modules designed for making game programming easier than you could ever imagine.
HHC provides a simple and automatic configuration tool for Hadoop.
An effort to develop an E-mail verification system that would make it impossible for people to get away spoofing other people's E-mail identities without permission to do so.
Expandable multi-player online spacegame with influences of MUD & IRC.
Analysis for the identification of non-neutral evolution in bacterial genomes.
The ListServer is an application for serving up lists of "items" and their contents via an internet connection. All the usual suspects, FTP, HTTP, SMTP, NNTP etc are supported. The "items" can be anything. Designed for the santiagobis egroup.
Project to create a set of algorithms which will identify and isolate mRNA isoforms through primer design for RT-PCR techniques.
The JustJoe Secure Encrypted Messaging System (JSEMS) is a simple, yet powerful set of Perl/CGI scripts that provides a safe and secure, web-based messaging board.
LoopCollector is an audio tool that takes an audio source files and munges them together to form a rhythmic loop. Prototype is being written in Perl, which will interface with sox. The final version will exist as a VST/AudioUnit/etc. plugin.
Luz is a GPL IRC Services. It's purpose is to offer a quality free software product, instead of the closed source available ones. It's designed mainly -but not limited to- for ircu based ircd's.
This project provides the ability to queue FAXes from MacOS X 10.3's Fax panel to a remote CUPS/HylaFAX server.
Tracking New Horizons Spacecraft on Mac OS X Dashboard.
MaxMind GeoIP is a set of APIs for looking up the location of an IP address, including the country, region, city, latitude, and longitude. Free GeoLite databases are available at http://www.maxmind.com/app/geolitecity
Maximal Clique Motif Reduction (MCMR) is a software program for running and then combining the output of multiple motif finder programs, such as MEME, AlignACE and Weeder, into a set of consensus predictions with associated confidence rankings.
The new web search engine capable of giving u a virtual static ip address from your dynamic connection. Host your web site on a soon to be popular search engine site from your own computer without the extra cost of a static ip address.
Moist is a perl script used to download weather data from Yahoo Weather.
MyGenBank is a set of OpenSource software for managing a local copy of GenBank (www.ncbi.nih.gov/Genbank). It is implemented using Perl, MySQL, and Linux so that you can manage a complete or partial copy of GenBank on a computer as small as a laptop.
MySQLTuner is a high-performance MySQL tuning script designed to run on Linux. It's written in Perl, and it works with MySQL 3 through MySQL 6.
A Suite of simple software tools and scripts to integrate search retrieval and usage of NZB files from any common application.
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.
NetState is a distributed network monitoring system. It uses passive sensors to develop status information on a target network. Two major features provided by NetState are application/OS versions and port tracking.