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Free and Open Source Browser based Security Framework317 weekly downloads
A cross platform multi-network peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing client.29 weekly downloads
osSchool - a school administration system, targeted,not exclusively, at International Schools ( PYP,MYP,DP & IPC,IGCSE). Currently the project is undergoing a major rewrite. A stable release is expected at the end of August 20091 weekly downloads
BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
CMS .NET in C# (gallery, forum, wiki, blog, multi site all in one)
The foundation of this project is the dicepanel, a dice roller. A couple of classic dicegames will be included too, such as Yatzee. This project is using the Almond framework and it is runnable with Java Web Start.
KineIRCd is a flexible IRC daemon, built on modular, future-ready code. Kine boasts Unicode/ISO-10646 and multilingual support, but its flexibility is ultimately derived from network nonalignment, a powerful core with a simple API, and standards adhesion
Lego Remote Control brings bluetooth and GPRS connectivity to Lego MindStorms which only have an infra red communication.This project is using Symbian OS supported GSM phone to receive messages from bluetooth or GPRS and routes them over infra red to RCX.
A complete open source bulletin board system. Supports over 10 different languages. Unlimited forums and topics, who's online features, ultra easy skinning system, a full blown administrative control panel, and many more features.
Papyrus Document Manager helps the end-user to sort and organize her/ his documents in a cross-relational category based manner with an easy to use GUI working on both MS Windows and Linux platforms.
Graphical OS Kernel compiled with gcc 4.6.1 and nasm 2.09.08
Tcldrop is basically a clone of the Eggdrop IRC bot, but is being written purely in Tcl. The intention is to write a much more scriptable bot than Eggdrop is. It will run stand-alone or from any Tcl-enabled application (Tcl v8.5+).
WikyBlog is a CMS/Groupware application written in PHP/MySQL that fuses collaborative editing features of wikis with user friendly publishing characteristics of blogs. MediaWiki derived wiki syntax, AJAX enhanced, UTF8 and extendable (google maps).
WordPress event calendar plugin
eZebra is a new p2p program with functions similar at eMule and Shareaza but we do not take it as a MOD of any of both. We understand it as "the start point of a new p2p generation". And we need you to make us believe we can do better!