DocumentBurster is a tool for report distribution: split, merge, email, and FTP your reports. It has report delivery for Crystal Reports, SSRS Reporting Services, MS Access, Cognos, PeopleSoft, and SAP. It has report bursting for Pentaho, JasperReports, and BIRT. It can upload reports to MS SharePoint.
Release Notes: This release adds support to burst and deliver SAP reports by email and FTP*.
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: Additional USB MultiSeat devices are now supported, including the HP T150 (with power adapter), Atrust M200 & M202 (with power adapter), and the GWC DU2600 (with power adapter, only up to 9 stations). Several usability issues related to the absence of a network connection have been resolved. A number of bugfixes in the DisplayLink chipset driver have been implemented. A new MCT chipset driver with improved stability has been integrated.
Manitou-Mail is a 3-part database-driven email system: a PostgreSQL database for the storage engine, a Perl daemon that does send/receive and customizable analysis/indexing of the mail, and a mailer-like user interface (C++/Qt) connected to the database. The general goal is to provide a database-style architecture to handle email, not just for storage but at the application level too. Fast and shared access, fine-tuned security, robust storage, consistent backups, auditing, statistics, and customized add-ons are possible.
Release Notes: The main new features are the stored templates and the mail merge functionality, which enable sending of customized multi-format messages to groups of people. Also, the full text search has been improved for speed, and a couple of MIME-related bugs for outgoing messages have been fixed.
YML (Why a Markup Language?!) is an easy language to compile into XML. YSLT is an easy language for code generation, automating your software development tasks.
Release Notes: This release adds extra syntax for the include directive.
AutoDiff.NET is a pure .NET library that allows a developer to easily compose functions symbolically and then automatically calculates the function's value and gradient at any given point. It can be very useful in conjunction with a gradients-based optimization library. It has been tested to work on Mono 2.10 on Linux and on .NET4 on Windows.
Release Notes: Differentiation bugfixes. Fixes a bug with the TermUtils.Differentiate method's contract failure. Fixes differentiation for functions that consist of simply a variable.
RedNotebook is a graphical diary and journal to keep track of notes and thoughts throughout the day. It includes a calendar navigation, customizable templates for each day, export functionality, and a keyword search and cloud.
Release Notes: This version fixes an important bug: if a month file can't be loaded, startup is aborted to prevent data loss.
Elefant is a full-featured, but refreshingly simple CMS and PHP Web framework. It features an intuitive, streamlined admin interface, a tightly integrated WYSIWYG editor, dynamically embeddable content objects for building dynamic Web sites without touching code, and an extremely fast, secure, and flexible framework for add-ons and themes. The core CMS includes page editing, a blogging engine, site navigation, file and user management, automatic version control, a tool for translators and multilingual site management, and an in-browser theme/layout editor. It is also extensively documented and has a small but friendly and active developer community.
Release Notes: Elefant is now feature-complete for 1.0. This release adds live preview to layout and stylesheet editors, the ability to change your default layout from the Designer app (so Elefant users can more easily share design themes), an improved autosave feature, and an RSS viewer and Vimeo video embedding from the Dynamic Objects dialog of the WYSIWYG editor. Also available with this release is a new Events Calendar app available from the apps page on the Elefant Web site.
Coco is a code coverage utility for Ruby. It can be used from RSpec or unit/test with a simple "require 'coco'". It works with standalone Ruby or with Rails. It displays the names of files that are uncovered on the console, builds a simple HTML report, and reports sources that have no tests. It is UTF-8 compliant, configurable via a simple YAML file, and has colorized console output.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where excluding a whole folder from the report did not work.
VBoxAdm is a Web-based management tool for Postfix. It handles virtual domains and aliases, and provides a vacation auto-responder and a spam scanning SMTP proxy for use as a Postfix pre-queue filter.
Release Notes: This release includes many contributed patches and a few minor improvements.
BeRTOS is a real time operating system (RTOS) suitable for embedded platforms. It runs on many microprocessors and microcontrollers, ranging from 8-bit to 32-bit CPUs and even PCs.
Release Notes: Major changes: TCP/IP network stack; Atmel SAM3X support; an experimental IAR port for Cortex-M3; and support for the AVR XMega CPU family. Support for STM32F100RB. A priority inheritance protocol for semaphores. EMAC drivers for SAM7X and SAM3X, NAND KBlock device, seven segment display, and Himax HX8347 LCD controller. A TFTP server. A new interface for the PWM driver.
ncdc is a modern and lightweight Direct Connect client with a friendly text-mode interface.
Release Notes: This release implements a file searching command and a search results tab. With that, all of the basic direct connect features are now supported. Additionally, the /open command has been improved with a hub address argument, and various bugs have been fixed.
BashBurn (Previously Magma) is a bash script designed to make CD/DVD burning in the console easier. It supports burning of normal data CDs and audio CDs, blanking of CD-RWs, multisession, data DVDs, and more.
Release Notes: This release adds NRG to ISO conversion. It rearranges some menu choices.
Babelweb is a Web-based monitoring tool for the Babel routing daemon. It reads informations from babeld through a local-interface socket and displays graphs and tables on a dynamic Web page.
Release Notes: Fixes legend color for unreachable neighbours.
GNU xorriso creates, loads, manipulates, and writes ISO 9660 filesystem images with Rock Ridge extensions. Files can be copied in and out. The session results get written to optical media or to filesystem objects. Rather than needing external tools for ISO 9660 production and CD/DVD/BD burning, it is a static compilation of libburnia-project.org. Thus GNU xorriso depends only on fundamental operating system facilities.
Release Notes: An old bug could cause xorriso to prepare incorrect internal addresses. This happened only with some CD drives, and never in mkisofs emulation mode. The new option -device_links shall be used on modern GNU/Linux systems instead of the option -devices. It lists the drives by their usual udev links rather than by their kernel device addresses.
libburnia is a project comprised of libraries and binaries for reading, mastering, and writing optical discs. It provides libburn, a CD/DVD/BD burn library, libisofs, a manipulation library for ISO 9660 filesystems, and libisoburn, a ISO 9660 multi-session library. On top of them there is cdrskin, a cdrecord emulator, and xorriso, a all-in-one application for ISO 9660 multi-session operations which additionaly provides a limited emulation of mkisofs.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed in libburn. The most severe of them prevented xorriso on some drives from burning mountable ISO 9660 images to CD media. New means for listing drives by their udev symbolic links help to deal with the non-persistent drive addresses on modern GNU/Linux.
Avian is a lightweight virtual machine and class library, both written from scratch to provide a useful subset of Java's features. It's well-suited to cross-platform applications which need a typesafe language but must remain small and self-contained.
Release Notes: This release improves compatibility with the OpenJDK class library, adds support for Linux on PowerPC, and improves localization support.
GnuTLS is a secure communications library implementing the SSL, TLS, and DTLS protocols and technologies around them. It provides a simple C language application programming interface (API) to access the secure communications protocols, as well as APIs to parse and write X.509, PKCS #12, OpenPGP, and other required structures. It is intended to be portable and efficient with a focus on security and interoperability.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that backports features from the new stable branch. The PKCS #11 back-end was replaced by p11-kit. There are compatibility fixes with libgcrypt 1.5.0, better handling of incomplete writes with writev(), strict verification of the order of certificate lists, and fixes in certificate request generation.
OPUS is a repository software. OPUS can archive electronic documents to make them available for users to search, to browse, and to simplify the publishing process. OPUS is one of the most frequently utilized repository management systems in German libraries.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.
SCCS is an implementation of the POSIX standard Source Code Control System. It is based on the original UNIX SCCS code provided by Sun as part of OpenSolaris and was made portable to other platforms.
Release Notes: This is the first step towards the upcoming version 6. SCCS is now allowed to archive files as text files (without using uuencode) even when they do not end on a newline or when there are lines that start with ^A. SCCS now only uses about a quarter of the virtual memory previous versions needed. Further performance improvements were made, so SCCS is now twice as fast as its predecessor from Sun. Autoconf now supports cross compilation.
SQLObject is an object-relational mapper, i.e., a library that will wrap your database tables in Python classes and your rows in Python instances. It currently supports MySQL through the 'MySQLdb' package, PostgreSQL through the 'psycopg' package, SQLite, Firebird, MaxDB (SAP DB), MS SQL, and Sybase. It should support Python versions back to 2.4.
Release Notes: A bug was fixed in SelectResults slicing that prevented you from slicing a slice (for example, my_results[:20][1:5]).
BitNami Joomla! stack is an easy-to-install distribution of the Joomla! CMS software. It includes pre-configured, ready-to-run versions of Apache, MySQL, and PHP so users can get a Joomla! installation up and running in minutes after answering a few questions. Currently, Linux and Windows are supported.
Release Notes: Joomla! was updated to 1.7.0.
BitNami Drupal stack is an easy-to-install distribution of the Drupal CMS software. It includes pre-configured, ready-to-run versions of Apache, MySQL, and PHP so users can get Drupal installed and up and running in minutes after answering a few questions. Currently, Linux and Windows are supported.
Release Notes: Drupal was updated to 7.7. MySQL binary logging was disabled.
BitNami Redmine Stack is an easy-to-install distribution of Redmine, a flexible project management Web application. It includes pre-configured, ready-to-run versions of Apache, MySQL, Ruby On Rails, and Subversion, so users can get a Redmine installation up and running in minutes after answering a few questions. Currently, Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X are supported.
Release Notes: Support was add for the Japanese and Spanish languages. MySQL binary logging was disabled.
Aspose.Tasks is a non-graphical .NET Project management component which enables .NET applications to read, write, and manage Project documents without utilizing Microsoft Project. With Aspose.Tasks, you can read and change tasks, recurring tasks, resources, resource assignments, relations, and calendars. Aspose.Tasks works well with both WinForm and WebForm applications.
Release Notes: This release includes the ability to read custom field values (extended attributes) that are selected using a lookup table in MS Project 2003 MPP files. Now you can read manually entered custom field values as well as the values selected from a lookup table. Reading of a deleted task as empty from MS Project 2007 MPP has been fixed. An incorrect extended attribute definition value list is now corrected when reading from XML files. Other recent bugs were fixed.
synctool is a cluster administration tool that keeps configuration files synchronized across all nodes in a cluster. Nodes may be part of a logical group or class, in which case they need a particular subset of configuration files. synctool can restart daemons when needed, if their relevant configuration files have been changed. synctool can also be used to do patch management or other system administrative tasks.
Release Notes: HTML documentation has been added to the project. You may now use "synctool -e" to erase the ".saved" files. You may use the new command "dsh-ping" to check whether your nodes are alive. You may use the new command "dsh-pkg" to do package management. A new terse output mode has been added. The options -1, --single, --diff, and --ref may now be given multiple times on the command-line. Post-scripts for directories are now being run in the target directory rather than in the parent directory. Many new configuration parameters have been added. And there is more.