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DKU is an embedded parallel language, or "piggy-back" language that uses function calls to invoke the language's execution model. It tunes task-size to the hardware while hiding hardware details for high performance portability of parallel code.
The E language is an open-source object-oriented langauge for secure distributed computation. We are currently hosted on our own sourceforge setup at: http://bugs.sieve.net/projects/e-lang
The NEO Project uses the NEO-c (Network Exchange Operation for Charity) platform to participate in various computing challenges and projects, and donates any winnings to the charities specified by its users.
Tornado HTTP Server is a multi-threaded web server written in Java. It aims to be secure, efficient, and portable, and provide a full implementation of HTTP 1.1. Advanced features such as GZip output compression and web-based administration are planned.
Software to help volunteer organizations track workers, projects, and services. Handles reminders, responses, pledges of service, multiple work opportunities, project managers, etc. Written as an web/EJB application.
The main product of this project, XMLProperties, extends the java.util.Properties class in order to allow inclusion of other properties files, extraction of Properties subsections, and an easier-to-manage file structure.
An open-source web-application design prototype, currently implemented as a chat application. Described fully in book, "XML, XSLT, Java and JSP" by Westy Rockwell, published by New Riders (English) and by Galileo Press (German).
XQuench is an XML Query parser and engine. The aim is to provide programmers with an API that implements the specifications at http://www.w3.org/XML/Query At first, XQuench will be Java-only. Future versions will include C++, while keeping a similar API.