PEBL (Psychology Experiment Building Language) is a system designed for creating psychology and neuroscience experiments and tests. It is cross-platform, with the intention to run the same experiment, unchanged, on Linux, Windows, and Macintosh PCs.
The LAMPAS project is a combination of common Open Source tools that provides a unified system from where administrators, developers and other parties can manage a large application cluster. The underlying platform is LAMP based.
This project will host a service which will contain virtual packages (using MS App Virtualization and SVS technologies) of most common Open source apps. Kindly use the tracker to suggest for opensource applications which we shall publish.
Elysium Project is a suite of applications, libraries, and utilities to enhance the deskotp experience of Linux.
An easy to use Development Environment for OS developers to design, write, compile, test, and publish new or existing OS projects with ease.
TEA is a text editor that provides a wide range of text-processing functions (over 100) and the syntax highlighting. There are two branches of TEA: Qt-based and GTK-based.
A graphics rich, desktop-enhanced GNU/Linux distribution for newbies and casual users focusing on ease of use.
i4l is a project that aims to create a way to bundle binary packages available at a distro repository into one single installer. It's not a new kind of package management system. It's just a kind of wrapper around "apt".
Metasystem is an operating system which tries to implement the best from already known operating systems
JSetup is an installation generator for distributing java programs with ease to end-users.
WritTorrent - Rewriting BitTorrent distribution by providing a way to manage swarm topology using RSS. We're in the initial stages of providing basic utilities for the most flexible handling of .torrent files through xml syndication technologies.
A BSD-like Ports System for Mac OS X
ABC Linux distribution is here to help you configure your Linux box as a school server/workstation.
A new Linux distribution built on top of an LFS core. Fully functionall and complete but smaller than most.
AVD is a continuation of the swim project. The goal is to create a suitable SQL server from swim's not-installed DB, and to maintain the swim client. AVD will be used as a gBootRoot method.
A utility that helps to automate releasing files for SourceForge projects using the File Release System. It uses HttpClient to navigate and submit information required by FRS and comes with a custom Ant task for build integration.
ayumi is a web-based software administration interface providing installation, upgrade, and other management features, based on RHN. ayumi is capable of managing hosts running apt, yum, or up2date (Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, RHEL).
This project has merged into the Odin Language portion of Valhalla
This project is currently being morphed and merged please standby for an accurate description.
BeOS API and desktop ontop the Linux kernel.
Mad attempt to install an OS into freenet. Yes, BOOT freenet. He he he.
Deploy and run any scripts on all your servers asynchronously
Box 2.0 is a advanced package manager for FreeBSD (including PCBSD and DesktopBSD) and Linux. It has many features, such as compatability with existing package managers, and mounting of packages.
A framework of pluggable modules comprising a complete OS and application testing, deployment and management solution. Delivering autonomous systems built upon rigourously tested and documented processes, automating the process from package testing to pr
Utilizing bot-net philosophy in a good way by packaging open source software into highly secured, ready-to-run specialized virtual machines and building infrastructure to manage them. Sort of IT Lego )))) We make IT simple!!!