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.
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.
The Open Magic Data project (OMD) is an attempt to organize magic data (data used in the Magic: The Gathering (TM) game) into a format that allows for easy access by encoding it into XML. see the Home page for more details. http://omd.sourceforge.net/
The MDS is sponsored by the Applied Math dept at the U Colorado, Boulder. We have created a system for presenting a mathematical text online, letting users embed discussions (including math symbols!) directly in the text.
KoSI is a project at the University of Oldenburg. Our goal is to develop a server/client/computer ai, that allows people to play the card game of Bridge over the internet.