smupcheck, which stands for Smart Update Checker, checks Web sites for updates automatically, even if they don't offer an RSS feed. It is a very basic tool, and does not offer advanced features such as checking password-protected Web sites, highlighting changes, or filtering results.
Korallenriff is a program that collects input from different network sources and stores their data into one database. For example, it can receive POP3 mail or can fetch NNTP groups and store the received messages in a database. One can then, for example, use the database data within a Web site to display the latest postings of a newsgroup or to create an online mailing list archive. Another possible use would be to build a blogging-software where one can post via email.
JavaGit is a Java API that provides access to git repositories. The goal is to bring the power of git to the Java world as an API that is intuitive for developers new to git and developers who are veteran git users. It is engineered to provide the developer with access to the raw git commands through a command API as well as an object API designed to represent the .git repository, the working tree, and other familiar git concepts. JavaGit uses the git binaries installed on the host machine to provide git functionality, and has been designed to easily accommodate additional methods of access to git repositories.
aTicket is a Web based support ticket system derived from eTicket and osTicket. It enables submission of problems by email or the Web, and utilizes a flexible user tracking system based entirely on email address and ticket number. It provides powerful Web based ticket management, with multiple categories and support people.
DoCASU is a Rich Internet Application (RIA) for the Alfresco Enterprise Content Management platform. With DoCASU, Alfresco users have a simplified and easy to use solution solution to access, search, and manage documents. DoCASU is based on Alfresco Web Scripts and Ext JS, and showcases what can be done with state-of-the-art frontend components. It can easily be extended and adapted to meet specific needs.
CrossSync is a Web-based client/server configuration management platform. It provides a simple, easy to use, but powerful API platform for managing any number of heterogeneous Unix systems. Administrators can track configuration changes made anywhere across their network, simultaneously roll out new configurations to multiple servers, and restart services on many servers at once, even if they are running different operating systems. A light-weight agent application runs on each of the organization's servers to securely communicate with the CrossSync platform.
The Logic File System enables the user to access files through an additionnal mountpoint, /lfs, where powerful logic queries can be issued and navigation can be done through different dimensions, like date, size, or extension. For instance, LFS allows the user to perform the following commands in the shell: "cd /lfs/ext:mp3|ext:ogg/year:1973/genre:Disco/" and "ls artist:BeeGees/ artist:DonnaSummer/ artist:Chic/".