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Greasemonkey Port for the SeaMonkey Browser47 weekly downloads
Remote repository and documentation for user.js engine24 weekly downloads
A C callback orientated parser library for card (vCard/vCal) objects, reentrant & stream orientated, handles line folding, automatic decoding of params and data2 weekly downloads
This is a working Java Server Pages based Shopping Cart. This project is currently a fully functional JSP eCommerce Application (To be used with Tomcat). I'm currently working on JSPCART to become a B2B eCommerce Software.1 weekly downloads
Elysion Frameworks are a powerful, yet leightweight cross-platform multimedia library to help create games or graphical applications. The frameworks are splitted in three branches: ElysionKronos, ElysionLegacy and ElysionMobile.
featherCache is an lightweigth java cache, implementing Map interface and storing objects on the disk. Multiple sections and expriation times are supported. No third party components, simple integration.
FireFighter is a Mozilla Firefox extension which aims to assist in countervandalism efforts on the English Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/).
[ In process of completing project for distribution. Nothing here but screenshots so far. Hope to have it ready by August 1, 2014. ] I created the Help Give Thanks Research Project Solutions to allow anyone to test and benefit from Walter Freeman’s brain research, Daniel Gilbert’s happiness research, and the research of Jacob Bronowski, Jason Brown, James Burke, Paul Cisek, Stanley Greenspan, Molly Shaffer Van Houweling, Benjamin Libet, Lawrence Lessig, Robert Lustig, Leonard Mlodinow, Jeffrey Schwartz, Stuart Shanker, Edward Tufte, Willem Vanderburg, Margaret Visser, Paul Watzlawick, and many, many, many, others! Learn more about these amazing people, why your are equally amazing, and more about the Help Give Thanks Research Project at the link below. Cheers! David Matson NOTE: To see screenshots full size, right click on them (in Firefox) and select 'view image' from the popup menu that appears.
The goal of "The Open Firm" is to develop, produce and market a product or service on the basis of open source principles. As a first step, a virtual platform to structure, administrate and evaluate the ideas of the contributors needs to be created.
is a chat robot for help webbrowser.