Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is a full-featured, Web-based, multilingual, tightly integrated, all-in-one wiki, CMS, and groupware. Tiki can be used to create all kinds of Web applications, sites, portals, knowledge bases, intranets, and extranets. Tiki offers a very large number of features "out-of-the-box". It is highly configurable and modular. All features are optional and administered via a Web-based interface. Major features include a robust wiki engine, news articles, discussion forums, newsletters, blogs, file and image galleries, bug and issue trackers, a link directory, polls/surveys and quizzes, FAQs, a banner management system, calendar, maps, mobile access, RSS feeds, a category system, tags, an advanced themeing engine (Smarty), spreadsheet, live support, shoutbox, inter-user messaging, menu generator, advanced permission system for users and groups, internal search engine, external authentication support, and more. It was formerly named TikiWiki.
Release Notes: This release, with more than 150 code contributions by eight Tiki Community members, includes several fixes and updates. Among the new features are several new, detailed user permissions, support for stateful SOAP sessions, and UI enhancements.
SyncWall is a basic wallpaper changer with a special feature, the ability to synchronize wallpaper changes between several workstations with a basic (and unsecured) client/server protocol. Each workstation must share the same pool of files, there is no FTP or Internet download. Other interesting features are simple multi-monitor support and the ability to add special effects to wallpaper.
Release Notes: This release corrects a bug when a secondary monitor is unplugged.
PDFedit is a scriptable PDF editor implemented in C++. It uses XPDF for low-level PDF manipulation. It uses Qt3 for user interface and QSA (Qt Script for Applications) for scripting. Plugins can be used.
Release Notes: This release fixes one potential regression caused by xpdf code base refactoring. It fixes a long term bug where PDFedit could create an invalid PDF if a new object had been added under certain conditions. It fixes an issue when some characters changed unexpectedly in some documents (e.g. created by OpenOffice) after any change had been made to the page.
ncdc is a modern and lightweight Direct Connect client with a friendly text-mode interface.
Release Notes: The networking backend has been rewritten to use raw sockets instead of the GIO library. TLS is now supported by directly linking against GnuTLS. This change fixes an occasional segfault, improves portability and efficiency, and removes the need for the separate 'ncdc-gen-cert' utility. Additionally, 'reconnect_timeout' and 'tls_priority' settings have been added, ncdc won't quit anymore on Ctrl+C, and various bugs have been fixed.
phpMyAdmin is a tool intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. It can create, rename, and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields, create dumps of tables and databases, export/import CSV data, and administrate one single database and multiple MySQL servers.
Release Notes: A problem where incorrect data was shown in the profiling chart was fixed.
hg-diff is a simple GUI program to browse mercurial revisions. It is used to display a summary of all changes between two revisions and to display a graphical comparison of the two versions of each changed file.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. The program can now handle a working copy which has two parents. It can handle a repository with more than one root. It can handle a working copy which is at revision "null" (which is not the same as rev. 0!). gvimdiff can now be terminated like all other diff viewer programs. The HTML documentation no longer depends on a CSS file from an external URL. All these changes are documented in more detail in the source repository.
Yioop! is a PHP search engine. Yioop! can be configured as either a general purpose search engine for the whole Web or it can be configured to provide search results for a set of URLs or domains. Yioop can crawl pages or can directly index archives such as ARC and WARC. It supports indexing several file formats such as HTML, Atom, PDF, DOC, PPT, RTF, RSS, XML, SVG, PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, and sitemaps. The Yioop! crawler can be deployed on one or many machines. It supports having one or more to crawl scheduler processes, as well as multiple fetchers and mirrors. Crawling respects robots.txt including Crawl-delay. Yioop! crawls are stored in a Web archive format that is easy to move around. Crawling can be done on one machine and the results deployed elsewhere. Yioop! supports mixing of crawls. Yioop! comes with a search front end that can be localized as desired using a GUI. This GUI supports RTL languages. Management of crawls can also be done using this GUI. Yioop! can be configured in a straightforward manner to make use of file caching or memcache if available.
Release Notes: This release adds initial support for word suggestions as a user types in queries. The bigramming used to speed common two word queries now works with n word grams. N word gram filter files can now be created using Wikipedia raw page count dumps. This version adds support for * and $ in allowed- and disallowed-to-crawl sites. Using this, the user can crawl sites to a fixed depth. Robots.txt processing now supports * and $ in robot.txt paths. Support for NOSNIPPET, NOARCHIVE, and X-Robots-tag HTTP headers has also been implemented. A tool for editing search summaries after a crawl has also been added.
Valgrind is a tool that helps you find memory management problems in programs. When a program is run under Valgrind's supervision, all reads and writes of memory are checked, and calls to malloc/new/free/delete are intercepted. As a result, Valgrind can detect problems such as use of uninitialized memory, reading/writing of memory after it has been freed, reading/writing off the end of malloced blocks, reading/writing inappropriate areas on the stack, memory leaks in which pointers to malloced blocks are lost forever, passing of uninitialized and/or unaddressable memory to system calls, and mismatched use of malloc/new/new  vs. free/delete/delete .
Release Notes: This release adds support for ARM/Android, S390X/Linux, and Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion). A GDB server has been added, so you can now control your application from inside GDB while it runs on Valgrind. There have been performance and functionality improvements for Helgrind, DRD, Memcheck, and exp-Sgcheck. The tool formerly known as exp-Ptrcheck has been renamed to exp-SGCheck. This release supports X86/Linux, AMD64/Linux, ARM/Linux, PPC32/Linux, PPC64/Linux, S390X/Linux, ARM/Android (2.3.x), X86/Darwin, and AMD64/Darwin (Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7).
feedparser is a Python library that parses feeds. It supports the Atom, RDF, RSS, and CDF feed formats.
Release Notes: This is a security and bugfix release. Dangerous XML entities were not being stripped from documents if the document was not in an ASCII-compatible character encoding. This release fixes that. The RFC822 date parser now supports single-digit days. Feeds that have been compressed with the deflate algorithm but lack headers and checksum data are now supported. Magnet URIs are no longer filtered out.
SmartSVN is a feature-rich and easy-to-use Subversion client. It runs on Linux, Mac OS X, Unix, and Windows. In addition to the normal SVN commands like checkout, update, commit, merge, etc., it provides tag and branch handling (no need to deal with URLs just to switch to a different tag or branch), a built-in file compare and conflict solver, and much more. There is no need to install additional tools for handling SVN working copies, like a command line SVN client or a file comparison tool.
Release Notes: This release supports the SVN 1.7 working copy format.
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.
Release Notes: This release includes a complete new implementation of ProjectForge's calendar with drag&drop functionality and a week/day view. ProjectForge has been tested successfully with Internet Explorer, and further layout improvements and some bugfixes made.
LE has many block operations with stream and rectangular blocks, can edit both unix and dos style files (LF/CRLF), is binary clean, has hex mode, can edit text with multi-byte character encoding, has full undo/redo, can edit files and mmap-able devices in mmap shared mode (only replace), has tunable syntax highlighting, tunable color scheme (can use default colors), tunable key map. It is slightly similar to Norton Editor, but has more features.
Release Notes: This release adds mouse wheel support, fixes a filename glitch, and fixes HTML comment highlighting.
TaskJuggler is a modern and powerful project and to-do list management tool. Its new approach to project planning and tracking is far superior to the commonly used Gantt chart editing tools. It has already been successfully used in many projects and scales easily to projects with hundreds of resources and thousands of tasks. It covers the complete spectrum of project management tasks from the first idea to the completion of the project. It assists you during project scoping, resource assignment, cost and revenue planing, and risk and communication management.
Release Notes: A new report type to track values over time has been added. This can be used e.g. to generate burndown charts for your Scrum project or simply track any task or resource attribute over time. The data is stored as a CSV report and can be exported to other CSV aware applications.
Webminstats is a Webmin module designed to store system information in an rrdtool database and to display historic (hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, and custom) graphs. It is modular in design, so as to be able to log everything from CPU usage to email box size.
Release Notes: A new module (postgres) is added. Some modules (custom, genfiles, genproc, hplog, irq, load, ping, and snmp) are promoted to stable release (1.0). Several bugs are fixed on (Free)BSD. A lot of work was done to standardize module code.
The 'expp' tool (the Epeios XML preprocessor) reads an XML file to transform it to another XML file. It simplifies the writing of XML files by allowing the handling of macros, the definition and testing of variables, the inclusion of files, and more. This is done by writing, directly in the source XML file, predefined tags owned by a given namespace, tags which are then recognized and handled by the 'expp' tool. The tool is also available as a Java native component.
Release Notes: 'CDATA' sections are now handled properly. The corresponding Java native component was introduced.
iBodyFat calculates your body fat percentage and keeps a log of your results. Two different calculations are presented for each measurement made. The body fat percentage formulas used by iBodyFat are the girth body fat calculations invented by the U.S. Navy and professional body builder and writer Hugo Rivera. For taking girth body fat measurements, no special equipment is needed. All that is required is a vinyl tape measure.
Release Notes: This release added a per-person preference for imperial or metric units when taking new measurements, with all conversions automatically calculated. Existing persons will continue to use imperial. Dynamic graphics were added for measurement dialogs based on gender and unit type preference. Documentation was updated.
OXID eShop is an eCommerce system backed by a flexible range of support and licensing options, Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings, and additional Enterprise features.
Release Notes: This release provides downloadable products, RDFa + GoodRelations support, and a bunch of other cool features. Module handling was revamped and performance was improved.
GNU ed is an 8-bit clean implementation of the POSIX line-oriented text editor. Ed is the "standard" text editor in the sense that it is the original editor for Unix, and thus widely available. For most purposes, however, it is superseded by full-screen editors such as GNU Emacs or GNU Moe.
Release Notes: Ed now shows the "Try 'ed --help' for more information." message if a bad option is given on the command line. Quote characters in messages have been changed as advised by GNU Coding Standards. The "--datadir" configure option has been renamed to "--datarootdir" to follow GNU Standards.
Hiawatha is a secure and advanced Web server for Unix. It has been written with security as its main goal. It features advanced access control, prevention of SQL injection and cross-site scripting, banning of clients who try such exploits, the ability to run CGIs under any UID/GID you want, and many other features. These features make Hiawatha an interesting Web server for those who need more security than what the other available Web servers are offering. Hiawatha is also fast and easy to configure.
Release Notes: This release contains new features that makes Hiawatha able to serve the ownCloud application.
LPAR2RRD makes historical, future trends and nearly "realtime" CPU utilization graphs of LPARs and shared CPU usage of IBM Power servers. It collects complete physical and logical configuration of all servers/LPARs. It is agent-less (it gets everything from the HMC/SDMC or IVM). It supports all kinds of logical partitions (AIX/AS400/Linux/VIOS).
Release Notes: This version contain fixes and enhances for "Physical and Logical cfg".
JID is a system which can deserialize, update, and reserialize a map of 100,000 entries in half a millisecond on an i7 at 3.40 GHz. Serialization/reserialization timings are largely independent of the size and complexity of the table entries. Incremental serialization/deserialization is used to achieve high performance.
Release Notes: The tuple package has been simplified, and some general cleanup was undertaken.
Release Notes: This release added support for reading/writing PDFs with AES-256 Encryption as used by Acrobat X. Version numbers when reading/writing PDFs with ISO 32000 extensions were corrected. Exceptions when rendering documents containing progressive JPEG images were fixed. Memory footprint when moving pages from one PDF to another was reduced. A crash and/or incorrect glyph widths in the resulting document when merging certain types of font with the MergeResources feature was fixed.
The Big Faceless Java PDF Viewer is a Swing component that can display PDF documents. It is intended for developers who don't require the full API. The PDF Viewer can be installed as an applet, an application, via Java Web Start, or embedded in a Swing application. Printing, saving, text search, forms, digital signatures, and annotations are some of the many features available. The viewer can be tailored to include just the features you need, and is a cost-effective solution for those needing the features of Adobe Acrobat on a Java platform.
Release Notes: A crash and/or incorrect glyph widths in the resulting document when merging certain types of font with the MergeResources feature was fixed. The memory footprint when profiling or extracting text from documents with large bitmap images was reduced. An issue with the OpenType layout engine that would prevent features from being set on digits was fixed. A minor deviation from spec for the StandardFont class was fixed.
The Big Faceless Report Generator is a Java application for converting source documents written in XML to PDF. Built on top of the Big Faceless PDF & Graph Libraries, the Report Generator combines these features and wraps an XML parser around them. Using JSP, ASP, XSL, or similar, creating dynamic PDF documents directly from a database is now as easy as HTML.
Release Notes: An "aes256" option was added as an encryption algorithm (requires Acrobat X). A "font-feature-settings" attribute was added for turning OpenType font settings on or off. A "quantize" option was added for when importing images, to downsample 24- or 32-bit images to 8-bit on the fly.
Anywhere Board Games (ABG) allows users to play board and card games on the Web in real time on multiple machines (PC, Linux, iPhone, iPad, and Android). ABG runs as a Google+ Hangout App or as a standalone PHP app. Unlike other gaming environments, this one has a peculiar vision: projecting the main board on our table and using laptops or tablets to control players' hands (with other friends joining in remotely). It supports flipping, stacking, rotating, rolling, and shuffling of pieces, so most board and card games are playable.
Release Notes: This release makes manipulating pieces easier with a mouse: the left button for moving, the middle button for flipping, and the right button for rotating a piece.