Piggydb is a flexible and scalable knowledge building platform that supports a heuristic or bottom-up approach to discover new concepts or ideas based on your input. You can begin with using it as a flexible outliner, diary or notebook, and as your database grows, Piggydb helps you to shape or elaborate your own knowledge. Piggydb is a Web application provided as a self-contained package that contains a Web server and database engine.
Release Notes: This release adds Two-way Relationship Creation and Display, which allows you to create a two-way relationship in one action (you can select one-way or two-way) and view this kind of relationship in a clean or concise display. The user-related actions in the main menu have been moved to the pull-down menu at the login user name. The tag cloud has been updated to exclude system tags which start with "#".
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.
Release Notes: This release fixes object instantiation and the way parentheses are parsed.
Rho is a small, very powerful console-based POSIX text editor and mini-IDE with Bash/Emacs key bindings. A configuration file allows the user to create macros using not only any internal function but anything available to a shell command. Keyboard macros (Ctl-Alt-A through Z) can be sourced into the editor for each kind of task, the next sourcing overwriting the last. Rho also allows an unlimited number of templates (sh, awk, python, etc.) to be injected into executable buffers which trap stdout and stderr.
Release Notes: This is primarily a documentation release. The macros doc and the extensive original rhorc have been merged into macros.html. The in-editor help file has been completely reworked. The build directory has been reorganized and the Makefile now recognizes all dependencies. The remaining mouse code was removed.
Userful MultiSeat is a multiseat Linux desktop virtualization solution that enables a single computer to support up to 11 independent users at the same time, each with their own monitor, keyboard, and mouse by using USB multiseat devices, and virtualizing the X server. This approach offers the features of a full PC including high performance video and significantly reduces hardware costs, support and maintenance costs, electricity consumption, and e-waste as compared to stand alone PCs or thin clients. It installs on popular Linux distributions including Ubuntu and Edubuntu (operating system for schools). It supports 3D graphics, per-seat USB, 2-way audio, and all major USB multiseat devices, including the HP t100, t150 & t200, Acer Zero-Client Docking Station, Viewsonic VMA10, Atrust M200 & M202, GWC DU2600, and Displaylink devices, as well as video cards from Intel, ATI, and NVIDIA. Userful MultiSeat is available as both a standalone package for multi-seat enabling your Linux distribution of choice, and as a bundled install DVD for schools, which Includes Userful MultiSeat, Edubuntu operating system for education, and the ITALC classroom management tool. It was formerly called Userful Multiplier.
Release Notes: This major release includes new features and many bugfixes. It supports shared resource computing using both USB multiseat devices and video cards. The System Tray now handles USB storage devices. Security has improved. The stability of USB multiseat device hotplugging has improved. Device assignment is now more stable when running more than eight stations. The Userful Control Center is now more robust and functions well when there's no network connection. Audio output has improved.
vBot is a visual programming game. Players use a small set of command tiles to build a program to control the vBot and make it activate every target using the limited command set.
Release Notes: Animations are mostly working now. This release adds new levels. A command tile can be moved to the next open space by double-clicking. Calling F1 from F1 or F2 from F2 is now disallowed, to prevent loops.