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  • Ruby Dynamic Data Tracker

    The Ruby Dynamic Data Tracker project aims at designing an evolution of the BeOS Tracker interface. It takes advantage of the assets of the Ruby language. It is written especially for FreeBSD although any Unix-compliant OS running QT should do.

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  • Placer

    An implementation of a high performance distributed storage and processing system for large amounts of structured data.

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  • XCAST over IPv6

    XCAST6 is an implementation of XCAST over IPv6. XCAST is a new, flexible scheme for multicast suitable for a very large number of groups.

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