doForum is phpBB in Portuguese. It adds to this high powered, fully scalable, and highly customisable open- source bulletin board package a Portuguese language translation and many of the useful/necessary hacks, modules, fixes, and patches to make phpBB even more interesting for small and medium sized Portuguese companies.
OpenEMR is a medical practice management, electronic medical records, prescription writing, and medical billing application. It is a replacement for medical applications such as Medical Manager, Health Pro, and Misys. It features support for EDI billing to clearing houses such as MedAvant and ZirMED using ANSI X12. Major features include electronic billing (includes Medicare), document management, integrated practice management, e-prescribing, prescriptions by printed script, fax, or email, insurance tracking, multilanguage support, easy customization, easy Windows installation, integration with an external general accounting program (SQL-Ledger), and a built-in scheduler. It is multi-facility capable, voice recognition ready (on Windows), and Web based (secure access with SSL certificates).
MailListStat is a tool that generates useful statistics for email archives stored in the mbox format. It will show the top 10 authors, most successful subjects, and more. It also prints graphs showing the number of messages written during different hours of the day, days of the month, and days of the week. The output is in text format suitable for mailing. It also produces output in plain text or HTML format, includes a PHP wrapper, and supports cache files. It is mainly useful for mailing list archives, producing tables and graphs, and supporting different output languages.
LinkStatus is a tool for checking links in a Web page. It can search by depth, domain, or both. On a domain search, it's also possible to choose the search depth of URLs with foreign domains. It supports both Portuguese and English. For performance, it supports several simultaneous connections and tries to use the same connection for the same sequence of requests.