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  • See the Top 5 Processes in each line of business See the Top 5 Processes in each line of business Icon
    See the Top 5 Processes in each line of business Icon

    Improve your workflow by getting familiar with how Intelligent Process Automation eliminates busywork across multiple departments.

    Process inefficiencies are a drain on any business, no matter how big or small, so speeding up your workflow is an absolute essential. Download the FREE Top 5 Process guides to better understand how workflow automation looks within each line of business like IT, Sales, Finance, and Human Resources. Remember, just because you’ve established a process within your organization or department, it doesn’t mean that it’s working as well as it could be.
  • owfs and owhttpd Icon

    owfs and owhttpd

    Easy way to use the 1-wire sensors like temperature, voltage and more.

    OWFS -- 1-Wire file system. Use the Dallas 1-Wire and iButton chips with standard filesystem commands. Create temperature loggers. Monitor everything. OWHTTPD -- same system, only used as a light weight web server. OWFS is also ported to embedded routers, Mac OSX and Windows. Basically you can use these inexpensive little sensors and other chips with very simple wiring to sense and control the physical environment. The interface is very flexible -- everything from a web browser, to read and writing directly to the chip's "file" to integrating with your programs -- even over the internet. There is a growing number of 1-wire sensors: temperature, voltage, humidity, light, ultraviolet, pressure, thermisters, thermocouples, programmable microcontrollers, relays, lights, LCD panels, etc.

  • GemRB Game Engine Icon

    GemRB Game Engine

    GemRB is a portable open-source implementation of the Infinity Engine

    GemRB (Game engine made with pre-Rendered Background) is a portable open-source implementation of Bioware's Infinity Engine. It was written to support pseudo-3D role playing games based on the Dungeons & Dragons ruleset (Baldur's Gate and Icewind Dale series, Planescape: Torment). It should run on GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows, OS X, possibly other UNIX derivatives and more. It is licensed under the GPL.

  • Stani's Python Editor

    SPE is a python IDE with auto indentation&completion,call tips,syntax coloring&highlighting,uml viewer,class explorer,source index,todo list,pycrust shell,file browsers,drag&drop,Blender support.Spe ships with wxGlade,PyChecker and Kiki.

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    LiVES

    LiVES is a Video Editing System. It is designed to be simple to use, y

    LiVES mixes realtime video performance and non-linear editing in one professional quality application. It is designed to be simple to use, yet powerful. It is small in size, yet it has many advanced features. Using LiVES, you can start editing and making video right away, without having to worry about formats, frame sizes, or framerates. It is a very flexible tool which is used by both professional VJ's and video editors - mix and switch clips from the keyboard, use dozens of realtime effects, trim and edit your clips in the clip editor, and bring them together using the multitrack timeline. You can even record your performance in real time, and then edit it further or render it straight away. For the more technically minded, the application is frame and sample accurate, and it can be controlled remotely or scripted for use as a video server. And it supports all of the latest free standards.

  • IMAP Upload

    A tool for uploading a local mailbox to IMAP4 server. Useful for migrating from E-mail client such as Thunderbird to Gmail.

  • GhostBSD Project Icon

    GhostBSD Project

    GhostBSD is a community driven project to join BSD architecture, performance and security with elegant and effective desktop computing for maximum productivity and usability. We base our work on well designed and stable open source solutions to create an easy to use, familiar environment that works out of the box.

    Downloads: 17 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Indexmeister

    automatic indexing for large LaTex documents

    Indexmeister reads a variety of formats (.tex, .docx, .epub, and others) and suggests keywords for indexing. The included program Imbrowse provides a semi-automatic interface to rapidly add index tags to multi-file latex documents.

    Downloads: 10 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Museek-Plus: Soulseek Client and Daemon

    Museek-Plus is a program-suite for the C++ museek daemon, a Soulseek/Soulfind P2P client. It includes the QT GUI, Museeq, and the Python/Curses TUI, Mucous. It supports chat, transferring files, searching, user-management shares browsing and more.

  • ASCiitadel

    A console roleplaying game, inspired by nethack. It will be very easy to play, and maybe, one day, there will be some network motor, allowing the player to play online.

  • DictDefence

    DictDefence is program written in Python to stop dictionary attacks of all sorts. The basic idea behind DictDefence is the automated blocking of Script Kiddies that run dictionary based attacks on your servers.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Documentation Identifier and Evaluator

    Doceval is a software that allows to discover the documentation included in a tarball. Basically it serves to identify if a given software project has doc at all and helps with a report to evaluate how much documentation it has and how good it is.

  • GNUnet

    GNUnet is a framework for secure decentralized peer-to-peer networking

    GNUnet is a framework for secure peer-to-peer networking that does not use any centralized or otherwise trusted services. Our high-level goal is to provide a strong free software foundation for a global network that provides security and in particular respects privacy. GNUnet started with an idea for anonymous censorship-resistant file-sharing, but has grown to incorporate other applications as well as many generic building blocks for secure networking applications. In particular, GNUnet now includes the GNU Name System, a privacy-preserving, decentralized public key infrastructure.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Ghost Manager

    Semi-universal package manager currently for Debian-based distros, soon to be for FreeBSD, portable to other distros. Officially part of AnjaliOS, formerly of Phantom Linux.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • GmailFTP

    Use your Gmail account for file storage. No file size limits. Doesn't have to be installed.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Hardrada

    ERP / BI / NFe

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Neo Ports Manager

    Neo Ports Manager aims to be a feature rich solution for package management on FreeBSD. It is intended both as a convenience to new users and as a powerful tool to system administrators. I call it 'Neo' or NPM for short, and intend it be both a CLI and

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Ogss - Open Gmail SMS Shell

    OGSS uses Python and libgmail to allow you to control your computer via SMS.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Open Source GlassFish Software Appliance

    Open Source Application Server Appliance based on Open Source GlassFish

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • PGP Individual UID Signer

    PGP Individual UID Signer makes signing all the UIDs on all of the keys at a PGP Keysigning party much simpler. It prompts for verification fingerprints, and then signs each UID on each key separately and PGP/Mime encrypt-emails them to their recipient. NOTE: Developement now happens at GitHub: http://github.com/jaymzh/pius

  • Parallel Port Make

    A tool to build FreeBSD ports in parallel to fully take advantage of modern multi-core and processor machines.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • PortscanGeoinfo

    PortscanGeoinfo is a plugin for the powerful Prelude correlation engine. This plugin correlates alerts from Snort NIDS and OSSEC HIDS sensors regarding portscans. Geographical information (GeoIP) is included in the correlated alert.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    Py-Tightvnc

    A simple and powerful interface for Tightvnc Server, written in python and developed with glade.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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  • PyKnock

    PyKnock is a total revolutionary method of Port Knocking. The client will send crypted,compressed command/message through UDP packets to daemon'specific port,the daemon will check the correctness of the message and it will execute a command.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • RASPnmr

    Protein NMR backbone resonance assignment

    RASP uses structure-based chemical shift predictions to solve the backbone resonance assignment problem in protein NMR spectroscopy. This enables rapid determination of highly accurate assignments on the basis of minimal experimental datasets, even for spectroscopically challenging proteins. RASP takes as input spin systems assembled on the basis of an arbitrary set of conventional triple-resonance NMR experiments. Uniquely, RASP is capable of extensive assignments even in the abscence of Cbeta chemical shift information: over a test set of 154 proteins RASP assigns 88 % of residues with an accuracy of 99.7 %, using only information available from HNCO and HNCA spectra. RASP is described here: MacRaild and Norton (2014) RASP: Rapid and robust backbone chemical shift assignments from protein structure. J Biomol NMR doi:10.1007/s10858-014-9813-7

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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