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Absolutely Useless Package Manager is the project of high school student, with nickname Pepo
This project, Acme SAC, aims to package a version of Acme written for the Inferno operating system as a stand alone editor for multiple platforms. Currently only for Windows.
Bonsai is a suite of programs, implementing the Bonsai framework for creating, managing, and using contracted code. Provides an easy to use, reliable, and efficient way for multiple parties to reuse each others' code and ensure contract adherence.
The Zeus-Framework is a C++ framework using the paradigm of Cell Computing Model for Linux and Windows. Implements biological behaviours (cloning, genetic algorithmes, ect.). Used for grid computing, distribute systems etc.
This is a collection of Java code, base packages to extend, to use out of the box, to compile and run. Some independent GUI and CMD tools that has in common the fact that they are useful.
Debian System Update Manager (DSUM for short) is a system to assist administrators of larger networks in the day to day installation of updates to the Linux hosts running one of the many distributions which are based off Debian and use the apt repository
FreeScada: The Scada Free Project
Centralized service for tracking latest versions of programs. The project includes a software library to aid in adding "check for newer version" functionality to any program, with low programming and network overhead.
This is compact version of Liferay portal.
The purpose of this project is to provide a robust centralized package management system that can be used with a variety of software distrubution methods.
Open Hypervisor features hardware passthrough, security and a framework that allows the development of Virtual Software Appliances.
Terminal Software of Storage, directed to the development of a control system warehouses, the license of this software is Open Source Initiative (CDDL), software is developed under standards opened.
phpSDM is a web-based download manager for a LAN environment usin AMP(Apache, MySQl, PHP) architechture.
PMPL stands for Portable Miniature Programming Language. It is meant to be distributed with other packages and provides a uniform system in which system tasks can be programmed, such as autoconfiguration of the containing package.
Primis is a mass OS distributor geared toward distributing Windows (although anything can be distributed with it). It also is very portable: it was developed for the Linksys NSLU2. Primis doesn't need uniform hardware as it doesn't use images.
The Sink Engine is a software development kit for the creation of digital content distribution networks. It provides an API to develop applications in C++ for the distribution of digital content which is cataloged in a directory accessible with LDAP.
A cross-platform consolidation of the BSD tools for managing source packages from download to install. UniversalPorts follows the FreeBSD ports system as closely as possible whilst still being portable.
A platform-independant suite of tools that provides an easy method to distribute software. UpSys also provides an easy way to remotely manage computers on a network through a web browser.
V.R.A.D.D. (Very Rapid Application Design & Development) is a free framework for *very* quickly building rich applications to run on (at least) Windows, Linux, and Macintosh, as either/both desktop applications, and/or remote (web-based/server) services.
Here To Dominate The Virtual World With Your Help.
con2mo is a WAP PUSH gateway to be setup within minutes on your own webserver. A simple UI provides you with function to send text SMS and WAP PUSH messages to mobile phones. Requires a prepaid account from www.SMSKaufen.de
loosedist is a tool set to expand a file into 2 files for loose distribution, and a tool to restore the original from the 2 files. The 2 files can be distributed independently. Also an info file is created which contains the info to combine the 2 files.