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Delay Tolerant Networking reference implementation and related projects.52 weekly downloads
JPAM is a Java PAM bridge. PAM, or Pluggable Authentication Modules, is a standard security architecture used Unix, Linux and Mac OS X systems. JPAM permists the use of PAM authentication services to Java applications running on those platforms.32 weekly downloads
The Darwin Source repository is intended to fill a void left by the closure of the OpenDarwin project: providing a permanent and public repository for the open source components of Mac OS X.4 weekly downloads
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Squall is a set of servers for the Peer Distributed Transfer Protocol (PDTP), a BitTorrent-like protocol with stricter server control and support for exporting large, dynamically changing hierarchical filesystems (i.e. more akin to HTTP/FTP).
Portable, OpenGL Ultimate Frisbee Simulation.
ViSBARD (Visual System for Browsing, Analysis, and Retrieval of Data) is an interactive visualization and analysis tool for space physics data. It provides an integrated 3-D/2-D environment to analyze measurements across many spacecraft and MHD models.
mod_rendezvous is an Apache 1.3.x module which registers httpd servers in on Rendezvous (ZeroConf/mDNS), and thus be visible in Apple's Safari browser and any other browser which supports mDNS/ZeroConf/Rendezvous.