CrashMail II is a Fidonet tosser/scanner with a built-in AreaFix implementation, support for Binkley style outbound (BSO), and message filtering capabilities. It is a fork of Johan Billing's original CrashMail II distribution that introduces a number of fixes (primarily support for running under 64-bit Linux) and a few new features.
Release Notes: Initial freecode announcement.
The goal of Hilbert II, which is in the tradition of Hilbert's program, is the creation of a system that enables a working mathematician to put theorems and proofs (in the formal language of predicate calculus) into it. These proofs are automatically verified by a proof checker. Because this system is not centrally administered and enables references to any location on the Internet, a world wide mathematical knowledge base could be built. It also contains information in "common mathematical language".
Release Notes: The context menu of text area fields include now "find": one can search for strings. The initial window size for text viewing was optimized; now the window should fit the screen more likely. Various test classes and tests were added. The test coverage percentage is now at 78.6%. A positive side effect was the discovery of some minor bugs, which were directly fixed. A few formal proofs were added to qedeq_formal_logic_v1.xml.
BashStyle-NG is a graphical tool for changing Bash's behavior and look and feel. It can also style Readline, Nano, and Vim. It ships with a huge functionchain, which is used by the 16 default prompt styles, but may also be used separately.
Release Notes: There have been many changes under the hood in this release, like (more) modular Python code, minor fixes, and stability improvements.
Weboob is a project that provides several applications (console or graphical) to interact with a lot of Web sites. There are more than 90 supported Web sites and 20 applications to view bank accounts, get bills, drag on dating Web sites, search and play videos, display the weather, read news, show train timelines, search torrents, interact with bug trackers, edit a wiki, listen to radio, view and download image galleries, look for a new home, and perform other useful tasks.
Release Notes: This release looks like the previous one: there are mainly new bank modules, and many bugs have been fixed. There are two new command line options (-I for insecure connection, -e to exclude backends) and the introduction of -d option for ls. The CapWaterLevel has been renamed to CapGauge, and can now be used for more modules. Weboob is now packaged in Gentoo, and is integrated in Skrooge.
argparse4j is Java port of the Python argparse commandline argument parser.
Release Notes: This release fixes incorrect handling of concatenated short options and adds Subparser alias name support.
Data Crow is a movie, video, book, image, software, and music cataloger/media manager. Data Crow uses MusicBrainz, Amazon, IMDb, and many other Web services to retrieve the information for you. It is highly customizable, easy to use, and feature rich. It helps you to keep track of your loans, allows you to create reports, enables you to create your own modules (using wizards) and, most importantly, enables you to easily manage all your collections.
Release Notes: This release contains a fix for the restore process.
Bootstrap DateTime Picker is a picker which supports both date and time picking in a Twitter bootstrap context. It supports both Bootstrap v2 and Bootstrap v3.
Gtatool provides a set of commands that manipulate Generic Tagged Arrays (GTAs) on various levels (element components, dimensions, arrays, array streams, metadata). Additionally, it can import from and export to many other file formats.
Release Notes: This version fixes a few portability problems. The GUI now watches files and reloads them automatically when they are changed on disk.
phlyMail is a groupware, webmailer, and PIM. It offers unlimited nested groups, unlimited POP3/IMAP profiles, quotas, an integrated address book, a calendar with multiple reminders and event repetitions, a file manager with an integrated WebDAV server, the ability to send faxes, SMS support (which lets you send SMS, get reminded of events via SMS, and get email notification via SMS), a bookmark manager, themes, and multilingual support. It uses either sendmail or SMTP to send email, and can handle MIME and SSL connections. Support for IDN (Internationalized Domain Names) is included. Through its modular design, it's easy to add completely new features as modules, which can be plugged into the system.
Release Notes: Unfortunately, there were still some minor bugs in the previous build; they have been fixed in this one.
tlve is a command-line tool to parse different tlv (tag-length-value) structures and for printing them in different text-based formats. For example, tlve supports ASN.1 BER encoding. tlve is appropriate for processing tlv files in server environments.
Release Notes: A new value type "hexs" and a new structure option "hex-caps" have been implemented.
Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard is a MIDI event generator and receiver. It doesn't produce any sound by itself, but can be used to drive a MIDI synthesizer (either hardware or software, internal or external). You can use the computer's keyboard or mouse to play MIDI notes. You can use the Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard to display the played MIDI notes from another instrument or MIDI file player.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in 0.5.0 where no default keyboard shortcuts were available on fresh installations. Compilation compatibility with Qt5 has also been fixed, but such builds are not fully functional yet. The recommended Qt library is 4.8.4 for the time being.
TexMaths is an add-on designed to provide LaTeX support in LibreOffice. LaTeX equations can be inserted as images (SVG or PNG formats), and the LaTeX code is saved into the image attribute for further editing.
Release Notes: This release fixes several minor bugs. Please note there is a bug in LibreOffice from versions 3.4.4 to 3.6.5 that slightly corrupts SVG images in Impress and Draw. The bug is fixed in LibreOffice 4.0.0.
4MLinux is a miniature Linux distribution focusing on four capabilities: maintenance (by using it as a system rescue live CD), multimedia (for example, for playing video DVDs), miniserver (using the inetd daemon), and mystery (meaning console games).
Release Notes: This is an updated version using 4MLinux 5.1 as a core system. The main applications are: X File Explorer 1.33, Midnight Commander 220.127.116.11, 4MLinux Backup Scripts 5.1, Partimage 0.6.9, Partclone 0.2.48, TestDisk 6.13, GNU ddrescue 1.16, GNU Parted 3.1, Clam AntiVirus 0.97.6, 7-Zip 9.20, UNetbootin 583, and InfraRecorder 0.53. The supported filesystems are: btrfs, ext2, ext3, ext4, FAT, HFS, HFS+, jfs, Minix, NTFS, ReiserFS, and XFS.
Concurrency Kit provides a plethora of concurrency primitives and lock-less and lock-free data structures designed to aid in the design and implementation of high performance scalable concurrent systems. It was designed to minimize dependencies on operating system-specific interfaces, and most of the interface relies only on a strict subset of the standard library and more popular compiler extensions.
Release Notes: It is recommended that users of ck_ht and ck_hs upgrade to this release for significant performance enhancements. It is recommended that users on RMO or PSO architectures (--memory-model=rmo or on PPC*) upgrade if they rely on ck_rwlock or ck_bytelock. This release includes significant enhancements to the PPC32 port.
Bluefog is a tool that can generate an essentially unlimited number of phantom Bluetooth devices. It can be used to test Bluetooth scanning and monitoring systems, make it more difficult for attackers to lock onto your devices, or otherwise complicate the normal operation of Bluetooth devices. Technically, Bluefog can work with just one Bluetooth adapter, but it works much better when you connect multiple adapters. Up to four radios are currently supported simultaneously.
Release Notes: Improvements to random MAC generation. A "Loiter" mode has been added.
DGen/SDL is an emulator for Sega Genesis/Mega Drive systems. The latest version supports save states, interlace mode, Game Genie, Linux joystick support, compressed ROM images, and other nice features.
Release Notes: Many debugger-related enhancements and bugfixes (stepping over multiple instructions, instructions tracing, registers and memory can now be modified, and breakpoints finally fixed). VDP enhancements (interrupts, planes switching, 2-cell vertical column scrolling, sprites boxing, sprites priority, collision, and overflow). ARM-specific CPU cores (Cyclone 68000 and DrZ80, which are much faster on the Raspberry Pi). MJazz has been implemented, and joystick/joypad/keyboard bindings have been completely reworked.
Kwave is a 24-bit sound editor that allows simple operations, such as cut, copy, and paste. Some more effect functions with little complexity (Simple Filtering, Delay) are also implemented. More sophisticated analysis functions (spectrograms, sonagrams, pitch determination) are underway or partially done.
Release Notes: The main feature of this release is support for the new Ogg/Opus codec. Additionally there are some GUI and perfomance improvements, together with some bugfixes.