Parcittox is a clipboard manager with network sync. It's a fork of Parcellite, including the Dittox library. Parcellite is a GTK clipboard manager which allows the use to synchronize selection and <Ctrl> + <c> clipboards and to select, save, and edit the history of clipboards. Parcittox adds the possibility to share clips over the network between Linux (using Parcittox) and Windows (using Ditto) PCs. It also implements the QRencode library to easily transfer clips to your smartphone.
Magento Knowledge Base extension has been developed by Fme that adds an FAQ section to each product page. It allows visitors to ask questions on the same product page under the FAQ tab, and merchants can answer those questions in accordion style, thus creating a pool of questions and answers which serve as a knowledge base for new visitors. Along with a FAQ for each product page, the extension creates a separate FAQ page for general Website questions related to shipping, payment, delivery, packaging etc. Other features include easy single click installation, SEO-friendly URLs, five different styles of the “ask a question” form and page, and CAPTCHA support.
webtools.class is a PHP class of useful functions for websites, including connecting to MySQL (with error reporting), IP-to-location information, creating salted MD5 passwords and validating MD5 passwords, shortening URLs with the Bitly API, email validation, and sanitizing user input.
GenScriber is a transcription editor for census records, church records, birth, marriage ,baptisms, burials, index records, etc. Data can be entered in a spreadsheet grid, or a word processor text editor. Both types of input provide stable, non-volatile editors, designed for genealogical data input. All cell inputs are alphanumeric. No assumptions are made about the data type. Dates and values remain exactly as you entered them. The worksheet and text pad work independently. They can be used to edit different data by switching between the tabs. It is of course possibly to copy/paste data between the editors.
Hados stores files in a cluster of servers. Its goal is to handle high availability by storing copies of the same file on several nodes. It provides RESTFUL APIs to easily store, check, or retrieve files. Using the cluster APIs, you can retrieve files from whichever node hosts them. To avoid any single point of failure, it is possible to apply a request to any node of the cluster; there is no master node.