Cisco IP Accounting Fetcher is a set of Perl scripts that allows you to fetch IP accounting data from Cisco routers. It is capable of fetching this information from multiple routers. It summarizes this information on a daily and monthly basis. It optionally generates HTML output with CSS support, and it is able to ignore specific traffic.
PCGen is a Java (1.5+) -based character generator aimed at supporting OGL role playing games like those based upon the SRD, RSRD, and MSRD (such as Dungeons and Dragons). It is highly configurable by the users, allowing the Game Master to add or remove races, classes, feats, etc., and to implement house rules such as differing class or race restrictions. Level advancement is also supported, with configurable progressions of feats, skills and ability score bonuses. For "at the table" support, PCGen offers a set of GM plugins. Further options allow the user to produce a customized character sheet, which can then be viewed in, or printed from, the user's WWW browser. It can also produce a "party" sheet with the information needed by the GM.
gxmlviewer is a stand-alone XML viewer written using GNOME-libs, and GTK. It also comes with a Netscape 4.7x plugin that attaches itself to the text/XML MIME type, and will display the xmlviewer inside the Netscape window. The displayed XML looks very similar to the Internet Explorer model, where you see the source view with collapsable nodes. It has a bonobo control for the XML viewer, which can be embedded into any bonobo compliant application. Note: An extras project has been created that currently contains a command line XML formatter tool.
The Score cluster system software is designed for the high performance cluster environment without using the TCP/IP protocol stack. It features high performance communication, efficient computer management and single-system image, higher usability and availabily, and a seamless cluster environment.