SafeKeep is a centralized and easy to use backup application that combines the best features of a mirror and an incremental backup. It enhances the power of rdiff-backup with simple, centralized configuration, while adding support for LVM snapshots, database dumps, and convenient SSH key management.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to store script files on either the client or server, rewritten snapshot creation to remove use of "rbind", automatic cleanup on next run after an abort, support for LVM tagging for snapshots, better handling of messages and tracebacks, and a number of other code cleanups and bugfixes. The minimum Python supported is now Python 2.3.
Release Notes: An error in the 'page' package was fixed. The 'security::security_validator::predicates', 'template_manager::base_template', 'security::security_markup', 'sape::sape_project_api', 'gallery::gallery_access', 'review::review_access', and 'page::page_composer' packages were refactored.
QtitanRibbon is implementation of Microsoft's Ribbon UI for Qt. It contains a collection of widgets (control elements) which will help you quickly and easily add a next-gen user interface to your application. The product is completely based on the Qt SDK.
Release Notes: This release expands the possibilities of creating user interface with QtDesigner. Many improvements were made to make it easier to work with the component. For example, you can set HTML text for ribbon’s tooltips instead of pure text. All known bugs were fixed.
mu is a collection of utilities for maildirs, in particular for indexing and searching them. mu fills a database with information about your emails, which can then be queried using an easy query language. It can work stand-alone or be integrated with a mail client. It also provides an emacs-based email client ("mu4e") and bindings for Guile/Scheme.
Release Notes: Various small updates and improvements, mostly in the emacs frontend ("mu4e"). Attachment handling was improved, some small fixes were made, and documentation was improved.
Husk is an implementation of the Scheme programming language for the Haskell Platform. Advanced R5RS features are provided, including continuations, hygienic macros, and a full numeric tower.
Release Notes: This release adds full support for GHC 7.2.2 and 7.4.1, as well as a number of small enhancements.
Tiny Core Linux is a very small (10 MB) minimal Linux desktop. It is based on the Linux 3.0 kernel, Busybox, Tiny X, and Fltk. The core runs entirely in RAM and boots very quickly. The user has complete control over which applications and/or additional hardware to have supported, be it for a desktop, a nettop, an appliance, or server, selectable from the online repository.
Release Notes: The major theme for this release is self-contained mountable and unmountable extensions. The Core Project introduces a new optional extension type, scm. Self Contained Mountable applications allows dynamic runtime mounting and un-mounting of applications. Supporting this new extension type are both an FLTK GUI and command line tools. Enhancements were made to appbrowser and appsaudit. appsaudit now offers much faster system updates. Other enhancements include CVS support in blacklist boot code, and improved virtual disk support.
Briefly, FreeBSD is a UNIX operating system based on U.C. Berkeley's 4.4BSD-lite release for the i386 platform (and recently the alpha platform). It is also based indirectly on William Jolitz's port of U.C. Berkeley's Net/2 to the i386, known as 386BSD, though very little of the 386BSD code remains. A fuller description of what FreeBSD is and how it can work for you may be found on the FreeBSD home page.
Release Notes: A new installer, bsdinstall(8), was provided. The Fast Filesystem now supports soft updates journaling. ZFS was updated to version 28. ATA/SATA drivers were updated to support AHCI and moved into an updated CAM framework. A Highly Available Storage (HAST) framework was added. Kernel support for was provided for Capsicum Capability Mode, an experimental set of features for sandboxing support. User-level DTrace was included. The TCP/IP stack now supports pluggable congestion control frameworks, and five congestion control algorithm implementations are available.
jValidator is a data quality firewall, i.e. middleware for the real time validation, management, and monitoring of data streams. If you need to implement or improve the validation process of your schemas, to populate a database through data streams of various formats and originating from many sources, to validate complex rules, and to monitoring the quality of your data, jValidator is the solution.
Release Notes: Valid data streams are now stored dynamically in the database. Access is profiled. It is now possible to store macros, and the user can be alerted by email. New kinds of validation were provided (including key constraints), JSON and Excel input streams were implemented, Russian and German language support was added, and schema diagram export was added.
(R)?ex is a tool that allows you to manage all of your servers from a central point, through the complete process of configuration management and software deployment.
Release Notes: A display bug when searching the community recipe directory was fixed along with bugs in the LibVirt module and the Ubuntu service module.
Multi Threaded TCP Port Scanner allows you to scan 65535 TCP ports on an IP address. You can specify how many threads to run and the timeout. Furthermore, it will tell you the MAC address of the target and the services that are running. You can scan IP addresses on your network and find out which open ports you have.
Release Notes: This release added mixed port specification for parameter -p, which makes it possible to specify port lists and ranges together. Mac OS X support was added.