Tk-Yupana emulates the Yupana, an ancient calculating device of the Incas.
Release Notes: This release fixes the Interpretation and implementation of the Yupana by Radicati di Primeglio. The GUI has been localized for Romanian.
The WiKID Strong Authentication System is a highly scalable, secure, self-hosted two-factor authentication system. It is simple to implement and maintain, allows users to be validated automatically, requires no hardware tokens, has a simple API for application support (via Ruby, PHP, Java, COM, Python, etc.), supports multiple domains, and supports replication for fault tolerance and scalability. It also supports mutual /host and transaction authentication, wireless tokens only domains, locked tokens (to your PC), anti-keystroke logger keypad PIN entry, etc.
Release Notes: This release adds minor bugfixes and removes unnecessary HTTP methods.
CorneliOS is an easy-to-use and cross-browser "Web Desktop Environment", "Web Operating System", or "Web Office" that comes with a set of cool applications. It includes a Content Management System (CMS) so that you can easily set up and manage your own website as well as a Database Management System that allows you to rapidly build any kind of database application.
Release Notes: This release offers a new CorneliOS Image Canvas API, a new CIOS Community Ad API, a CIOS domain language detection API now supporting SSL, various CIOS Community Admin, Chat API, Web API, and ILS API enhancements, and bugfixes, including fixes for three fatal bugs affecting the Edu API text manager, the CIOS Docs API, and the CIOS Community Dashboard. The update also offers updated system images, language kits, and stylesheets.
OCILIB is a cross-platform Oracle Driver that delivers very fast and reliable access to Oracle databases. It offers a rich, full featured, and easy-to-use API. Written in ISO C on top of OCI, OCILIB runs on all Oracle platforms.
Release Notes: This release fixes Unicode support (OCI_CHARSET_WIDE and OCI_CHARSET_MIXED) and adds miscellaneous fixes.
DS Scheduler is a centralized 'cron' type scheduling system for Unix/Linux. It has a Web interface for managing, monitoring, and scheduling jobs and commands in a multi-host environment.
Release Notes: You can now kill running remote processes. The Web interface will indicate whether the master is running or not. The database will upgrade itself for each new version.
gPodder is a Podcast receiver/catcher written in Python and pyGTK. It manages podcast feeds for you, and automatically downloads all podcasts from as many feeds as you like. If you are interested in Podcast feeds, simply put the feed URLs into gPodder and it will download all episodes for you automatically. If there is a new episode, it will get it for you. It supports download resume, if the server supports it.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the Sailfish OS (using Silica Components). MP3 player synchronization now supports playlists again. Various new extensions have been added, including a Stream to Sonos extension.
ActoTracker is an application for keeping track of activities on your desktop so that you don't have to. Think of it as an app for bookmarking desktop documents and applications. It can also bookmark things that are not usually tied to a URL such as Outlook email message or Filemaker records. It can be extended to handle additional applications by writing custom AppleScript plugins. ActoTracker is somewhat inspired by the GNOME Activity Journal (Zeitgeist framework), and it tries to solve a similar kind of problem for the end user, although in a different way.
Release Notes: This second beta release contains numerous UI fixes and improvements.
pngcrush is an excellent batch-mode compression utility for PNG images. Depending on the application that created the original PNGs, it can improve the file size anywhere from a few percent to 40% or more (completely losslessly). The utility also allows specified PNG chunks (e.g. text comments) to be inserted or deleted, and it can fix incorrect gamma info written by Photoshop 5.0 as well as the erroneous iCCP chunk written by Photoshop 5.5.
Release Notes: This release fixes initialization problems introduced in version 1.7.51, reinitializes settings before processing each file, and makes the "-reduce" option work properly.
i3 is a dynamic tiling window manager. Its key features are correct implementation of Xinerama (workspaces are assigned to virtual screens, and it does the right thing when attaching new monitors) and XrandR support (which is still unfinished). Both horizontal and vertical columns can be used in tiling. There is a special focus is on writing clean, readable, and well documented code. i3 uses xcb for asynchronous communication with X11, and has several measures to be very fast. i3 is primarily targeted at advanced users and developers.
Release Notes: An important under-the-hood change is that this release now uses the same parser infrastructure for the configuration file as for the commands. Apart from that, there have been several little fixes and additions which make i3 pay more attention to detail, particularly in the floating window area of the code. See the changes/bugfixes list for more information. Do note that these changes are 4.4-specific, and since the last version released here there have been many changes.
For users on Linux and Unix, KDE offers a full suite of user workspace applications which allow interaction with these operating systems in a modern, graphical user interface. This includes Plasma Desktop, KDE's innovative and powerful desktop interface. Other workspace applications are included to aid with system configuration, running programs, or interacting with hardware devices. While the fully integrated KDE Workspaces are only available on Linux and Unix, some of these features are available on other platforms. In addition to the workspace, KDE produces a number of key applications such as the Konqueror Web browser, Dolphin file manager, and Kontact, the comprehensive personal information management suite. The list of applications includes many others, including those for education, multimedia, office productivity, networking, games, and much more. Most applications are available on all platforms supported by the KDE Development. KDE also brings to the forefront many innovations for application developers. An entire infrastructure has been designed and implemented to help programmers create robust and comprehensive applications in the most efficient manner, eliminating the complexity and tediousness of creating highly functional applications.
Release Notes: Over 100 recorded bugfixes include improvements to the Personal Information Management suite Kontact, the Window Manager KWin, and others. KDE's Development Platform has received a number of updates which affect multiple applications.
DeforaOS Browser is a file browser for the DeforaOS desktop. It depends only on GTK+ 2 and the DeforaOS System and Desktop libraries. It supports browsing with multiple views, MIME type application association, and file manipulation. It also features a program to display file icons on the desktop, which is useful with window managers like WindowMaker or Fluxbox.
Release Notes: This release supports emblems on icons, has a better understanding of desktop files, has better support for Git and Subversion (as plugins), and begins to support Gtk+ 3.
libFixPOSIX is a replacement for POSIX functions whose behavior isn’t consistent across *NIX flavors.
Release Notes: This release adds lfp_mkostemp() (lfp_mkstemp() now uses that), changes the API (lfp_ptsname(), lfp_parse_memsize()), changes SONAME to libfixposix.so.2, and adds various fixes.
Task Coach is a simple todo manager to manage personal tasks and todo lists. It grew out of a frustration that well-known task managers, such as those provided with Outlook or Lotus Notes, do not provide facilities for composite tasks. Often, tasks and other things to do consist of several activities. Task Coach is designed to deal with composite tasks.
Release Notes: This is a mixed bugfix and feature release.
DUNE, the Distributed and Unified Numerics Environment, is a modular toolbox for solving partial differential equations (PDEs) with grid-based methods. DUNE is first of all a set of abstract interfaces which embody concepts from scientific computing. Modern C++ programming techniques enable very different implementations of the same concept using a common interface at a very low overhead. Thus, DUNE ensures efficiency in scientific computations and supports high-performance computing applications.
Release Notes: Dune 2.2.1 is a bugfix release based on the previous 2.2 release. It makes every effort to backport all bugfixes from the development branch. These include various fixes to better support newer compilers like g++-4.7 and clang and newer versions of the external software used. Dune 2.2.1 is supposed to be fully backward-compatible to the 2.2 release.
4MLinux is a miniature Linux distribution focusing on four capabilities: maintenance (by using it as a system rescue live CD), multimedia (for example, for playing video DVDs), miniserver (using the inetd daemon), and mystery (meaning console games).
Release Notes: This is an updated version of 4MLinux 5.0 Game Edition, using 4MLinux 5.1 as the core system. The 4MLinux collection includes, among other things, the following items: classic "shoot'em up" games (Abuse, Doom, Heretic, Hexen, and Quake), Liero (a realtime "Worms-like" game), Lincity (a construction and management simulation game), Michael Speck's LGames (using SDL libraries), and DOSBox 0.74 with some Freeware DOS games. ec64 (a Commodore C64 emulator) is also available.
Burp is a program that backs up and restores data. It uses librsync in order to save on the amount of space that is used by each backup. It also uses VSS (Volume Shadow Copy Service) to make snapshots when backing up Windows computers.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to back up raw devices referenced by a symlink, Valgrind cleanup, and a "-d" option to bedup (to delete duplicates instead of hardlinking, not for use on burp storage directories).
Zero Install is a decentralized cross-distribution software installation system. It allows software developers to publish programs directly from their own Web sites, while supporting features familiar from centralized distribution repositories such as shared libraries, automatic updates, and digital signatures. It is intended to complement, rather than replace, the operating system's package management. 0install packages never interfere with those provided by the distribution.
Release Notes: This release enhances the XML package metadata syntax, allowing more precise specification of dependencies. Support for using distribution-provided packages as dependencies has been extended and now covers Arch Linux, Cygwin, Darwin, Debian, Fink, FreeBSD Ports, Gentoo, MacPorts, Mint, openSUSE, Red Hat, Slackware, and Windows. The 0install software now supports apps, an easier way to manage 0install applications, improved diagnostics when no compatible versions can be selected, improved usability, and better support for use on headless servers.