Jot is used to print out increasing, decreasing, random, or redundant data, usually numbers, one per line. It can be used to generate randomness fitting a certain pattern (eg, a random IP address) or number sequences (useful in shell programming). It is often distributed together with lam and rs, sometimes under the name bsd-utils.
Ozibug is a platform-independent, Web-based bug tracking system that can be installed and run straight out of the box on any Java servlet capable platform. It can be used to manage the reporting of bugs and tracking of their progress from discovery through to resolution. It provides standard features such as file attachments, multiple module support, email notifications, custom reports, and RSS feeds. For those who require more flexibility, it also offers fine grained access control, database storage, pluggable authentication, an incoming mail gateway, and customizable appearance, email notifications, and reference data.
XCard is a Leitner based French flashcard program, used to help students memorize French words. It comes with several default word lists, ranging from verb lists, to vocabulary associated with airplane travel. It has the capability to repeat lesser known words, graph a student's progress, translate words to French, and to create new word lists. It is deployed via Java Webstart, and can be run from the XCard homepage.
PureAgent monitors response times from an agent to a server by replaying transactions at specified intervals. This includes static and dynamic Web applications as well as other server applications. Response times are collected and alarms can be sent if performance and availability goals are not fulfilled. The agent is managed using a standard Web browser. Using the browser, an administrator specifies transactions to run, intervals, alarm settings, etc.
UPPAAL is an integrated tool environment for modeling, validation, and verification of real time systems, modeled as networks of timed automata, extended with data types (bounded integers, arrays, etc.). Typical application areas include real time controllers and communication protocols, in particular those where timing aspects are critical.
Anthill is a tool that ensures a controlled build process and promotes the sharing of knowledge within an organization. Anthill performs a checkout from the source repository of the latest version of a project before every build and tags the repository with a unique build number after every build. It supports many reposistory adapters including: CVS (Concurrent Versions System), Visual Source Safe, Perforce, PVCS, StarTeam, MKSIntegrity, and FileSystem. Anthill also automatically updates a project intranet site with artifacts from the latest build. Anthill is an extension to the Apache-Ant project and is compatible with version 1.3, 1.4, and 1.5 of Ant.