ProjectForge is a Web-based solution for project management including time sheet booking, Gantt charts, financial administration and controlling, issue management, and managing work-break-down structures. First-party and third-party plugins are supported. Ready-to-run packages of the ProjectForge server are available for Windows, Mac OS X, and all Java6-capable platforms (database and Web server are included). ProjectForge is also available as a web-archive file (war) for usage within your own Web server and for your own database installation.
ZShaolin installs a powerful terminal on your Android device, without requiring root. It comes with applications to edit text, images, audio, and video using shell scripts and programs like FFMpeg, ImageMagick, Sox, Oggz, Lua, awk, sed, vim, emacs, git, SSH, and rsync. A zsh command line environment comes pre-configured with colors, smart completion, error correction, and all man pages, making ZShaolin also suitable for those who would like to learn shell scripting and Unix system administration via a remote session.
Engroup is an enterprise groupware system promotes collaboration among members in a team or company. It also helps members manage their business better. It has the following modules: a dashboard that aggregates contents from the mail system and RSS from some known sources; private messages, an alternative method for fast communication among members to replace chatting or email; email, which supports the IMAP protocol with SSL enabled; a forum, implemented with JForum; a wiki, implemented with JSPWiki; HRM to manage employee information; CRM to manage customer information; a document management system; a project management system; a todo list to track private tasks of a user; and an RSS reader.
USL is an object-oriented scripting language written with C++ and compiled on both Linux and Windows. Without a script provided, USL is an interactive interpreter and programmable command shell. There is no socket programming with USL. USL is intended for general purpose scripting in local systems.
mod_pLua is an Apache HTTP Server 2.x module for developing Web applications with Lua. With mod_pLua, you can use Lua for scripting in two distinct ways; Embedded Lua scripting, <?lua print("Hello, world!") ?>, or plain Lua scripting with a CGI-style interface. mod_pLua precompiles all scripts and caches the compiled binary code so that each new call to the same file will be lightning fast, allowing you to serve hundreds of thousands of requests per minute on any modern server. Mod_pLua supports both the traditional Lua interpreter as well as LuaJIT for both Windows and UNIX platforms. If your Web server supports it, mod_pLua also utilizes APR_DBD and mod_dbd to handle persistent database connections through the dbopen() Lua function.
PHTML Encoder encodes PHP scripts before distributing them. The script code is encrypted before saving. PHTML Encoder includes console and GUI versions of the converter. You can lock your scripts to a predefined machine via machine ID, and can combine protected/unprotected scripts on one website.
Diluculum is a library that intends to make the coexistence of C++ and Lua more harmonious. In this regard, it offers essentially three "services": a nice way to access data stored in a Lua interpreter; a not so bad way to write functions in C++ and make them available to Lua; and a limited and just barely usable way to register C++ classes and objects in a Lua state.
NetConnect is a command line tool for automating the login process to routers, switches, or UNIX hosts and any intermediate devices or proxies in the path. It does this by using credentials supplied within a configuration file. It also allows users to run Perl based scripts on a single device or devices in parallel to automate tasks. Although it was originally designed around Cisco routers and switches, it can be extended to work with any CLI based device by specifying custom prompts that different devices use. It works well with Cisco routers and switches as the concepts around "enable" mode and the corresponding syntax of the prompt are contained within the source. Devices can be stored within your configuration file, so you are able to connect to devices using a portion of their name (using regular expressions) as opposed to having to remember IP addresses or full DNS names.