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Using a web interface on the server, a daemon/service running on the clients, and bit torrent to distribute system images, AutoImage allows system administrators to quickly distribute system images to hundreds of machines with little effort.
Alternate Nagios web interface that uses ndoutils.
BeamGoo is a GUI front-end for linear accelerator particle simulation codes. It currently supports Impact-t, and is designed to be easily converted to other systems. It is built entirely in TCL, and is platform-independent.
A content management system designed to allow small to medium business to create a website easily.
The CILogon project facilitates secure access to Cyberinfrastructure (CI) via the community-driven development and support of the MyProxy, GridShib, and GSI-OpenSSH software.
This is a project developped for CSE301 at Sunderland University
Paltform and tools for micro corba development and integration. This work intends to integrate MicroCorba(Corba/e) based 8051 microcontroller clients/servers into actual open source standard Corba platfrom named Jacorb (http://www.jacorb.org/).
CuteCalc is Windows Calculator replacement with additional functionalities and easy to use interface
DLF Aquifer Development for Interoperability Across Scholarly Repositories: American Social History Online will implement schemas, data models and technologies to enable scholars to use distributed digital collections in a variety of local environments.
ECHO DEPository is a digital preservation research/development project at the Univ. of Ill. Urbana-Champaign in partnership with OCLC and funded by Library of Congress under their National Digital Information Infrastructure Preservation Program (NDIIPP).
EduCollab is an open source tool for aiding in the collaboration of students and faculty. It is meant to be a product to help give educational institutions a free, open source alternative to other commercial course management systems.
The Node OS
This application is used to track food calories and physical activity calories based on a data base of meals and exercises. The database can be personalized based on your lifestyle and habits.
A simple LLVM frontend to Forthlang - my own simple dialect of Forth
The GB-Frame is an engine providing the core technical functionality needed to create computer games.
A content management system to allow magazine creators to put their magazine only easily.
The Inverse Ocean Model (IOM) is a software system for developing customized data-assimilation systems for numerical ocean models. It has also been used with general purpose hydrodynamic and geodynamic models.
100% Pure Java class library to generate LLVM-IR files. This is the mixture of my original code and the port from LLVM. (Features: AST node classes for LLVM-IR, LLVM-Assembly writer class, Without any optimizations (LLVM does it!), Without any parsers)
JabberSparrow is a jabber chat client which can expresses user's typing pressure and keystroke. If you type strongly, the words becomes bigger. If you type fast, the words becomes light.
A LLVM backend that targets Motorola 680x0 series processors.
A LibC wrapper for LLVM bitcode. It should be used in LLVM projects that aim to be cross-platform and still retain the functionality of the host operating system's runtime libraries.
The LVP 2.0 is a good solution for schools and single classes who want to have an own community for themselves, eventually present themselves to the "outside" and all that without hard technical work.
This is LambdaFTP project, a high performance FTP variant. NOTE: IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR UDT, PLEASE GO TO HTTP://UDT.SF.NET.
LLVM is a unique compiler infrastructure designed for the optimization of programs from arbitrary programming languages. Compilation in C and C++ programs is supported using a parser based on GCC 3.4. Backends exist for X86, Sparc, PowerPC and "C".
A Motorola 6809/Hitachi 6309 native code back-end for LLVM.