TCExam is Web-based assessment software for generating and managing online tests and exams. It simplifies the exam cycle, including generation, execution, evaluation, presentation, and archiving.
Release Notes: Some SQL queries have been fixed for PostgreSQL compatibility.
AppScale is a platform that allows users to deploy and host their own Google App Engine applications. It executes automatically over Amazon EC2 and Eucalyptus as well as Xen and KVM. It supports the Python, Java, and Go Google App Engine platforms.
Release Notes: This release adds XG transaction support, XMPP for Java, and bugfixes.
SeedDMS is a powerful, easy to use document management system forked from and fully compatible with LetoDMS. Many years of development has made it a mature and enterprise-ready plattform for sharing and storing documents.
Release Notes: This release fixes an error when updating folders.
OpenNMS is the first enterprise-grade network management platform developed using the open source model. The three main functional areas of OpenNMS are service polling, which monitors services on the network and reports on their "service level"; data collection from the remote systems via SNMP in order to measure the performance of the network; and a system for event management and notifications.
Release Notes: This is the first release candidate for what will become the 1.12 stable series. It includes a large number of changes including architectural updates (Spring 3, OSGi, and more), a number of new mapping features, trouble ticket integration with JIRA and Remedy, and much more.
slackroll is a package or upgrade manager for Slackware Linux. It is designed to work with official mirrors in systems mainly composed of official packages with a few unofficial packages. It lets you automatically upgrade or install packages, and displays which packages have been added or removed from the Slackware tree.
Release Notes: This release fixes a small bug which prevented the program from finding all .new files introduced by installed packages.
amforth is an extendible command interpreter for the Atmel AVR ATmega microcontroller family. It has a turnkey feature for embedded use as well. It does not depend on a host application. The command language is an almost compatible ANS94 forth with extensions. It needs less than 8KB code memory for the base system. It is written in assembly language and forth itself.
Release Notes: The major focus for this release is documentation. It is completely rewritten and reformatted. It now includes many recipes and howtos. Among the more internal changes are some new words and a new experimental feature called scope which makes it possible to automatically place a new word in other wordlists.
PMD is a Java source code analyzer. It finds unused variables, empty catch blocks, unnecessary object creation, and more. It includes CPD, a tool to detect chunks of identical code.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release with many bugfixes.
QtitanChart is a Qt.C++ library that represents a set of controls that allow you to quickly and easily provide your application with beautiful and colorful diagrams. It is implemented in pure Qt. Adding it to your program requires only a few lines of code, and the architecture allows you to customize every part of the charts. it supports point, line, step line, clustered column, stacked column, pie, doughnut, аrea, and stacked area charts with full interactivity. A rich set of themes is included, and real time charts are supported.
Release Notes: The focus of this release is Qt5 support and rendering engine improvements.
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: The focus of this release is Qt5 support and fixing bugs which were registered. Windows 8 and Office 2013 themes will be added in the next update (QtitanRibbon 3.1).
QtitanDataGrid provides a complete set of wide range of unique features that cannot be implemented using default Qt components and methods. It is a pure grid for business application in Qt. It enables you to load various types of data from different sources into a fast, flexible, and functional editable grid supporting sorting, grouping, reporting, creation of banded columns, drag’n’drop for buttons, and plenty of other handy functions. This data grid helps novice and experienced Qt developers with Delphi and C++ backgrounds to use the same comprehensive advanced editable grid capabilities that they’ve grown accustomed to in corresponding IDEs and that are not part of the standard Qt library.
Release Notes: The focus of this release is Qt5 support. All bugs have been fixed and several methods of API which were requested by clients have been implemented.
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: A new search feature makes it easier to search for available software. 0install now works with win-bash, simplifying creation of cross-platform source releases. Download recipes can fetch individual files, not just archives (useful for, for example, jar files). The Tulip Python mainloop can be used if GObject isn't available. XZ compression is now supported in .deb archives.
With a small codebase, the PowerDNS Recursor is an advanced resolver currently serving the DNS resolving needs of over 80 million Internet connections. Besides high performance (using kqueue or epoll, over 100 thousand qps on commodity hardware), it provides advanced anti-spoofing measures. In addition, the program caches server performance and timeouts, making it both network and user friendly. It also has built-in hooks for making graphs with rrdtool, providing insight into nameserver performance.
Release Notes: This is a stability and bugfix update to 3.3/3.3.1. It contains important fixes for slightly-broken domain names which your users expect to work anyhow.
Giada is a minimal, hardcore audio tool for DJs and live performers. Just pick your sample, drop it in any channel, and start the show by using this tiny piece of software as a loop machine, drum machine, sequencer, live sampler, or effect (VST) host. Giada aims to be a compact and portable virtual device for production use and live sets.
Release Notes: This release features the new volume envelope widget, big enhancements in the action editor (zoom with the mouse wheel), a GUI redesign, and many other improvements and bugfixes.
STK/Unit is a pure SQL testing framework for MariaDB and MySQL. Users can create Base Tests (Stored Procedures) which are part of Test Cases (databases) and, optionally, Test Suites (other Stored Procedures). Output is stored in internal tables. You can convert it to a human-readable string, valid HTML, or query some convenient views which group results. It can be used to test any SQL structure (tables, views, triggers, stored routines), as well as server upgrades or configuration changes.
Release Notes: This release works on all MySQL/MariaDB versions, except for MySQL 5.0, with very low delta from the previous release.
omnisode.rb, preodein.rb, and preindent.rb are a set of Ruby programs to generate a program to use long Taylor series to solve systems of ordinary differential equations. It generates code to solve the equations in either C, C++, Ruby, Maple, or Maxima. Using the Taylor series, estimates are made of the location of poles.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Si and erf functions for Maple only.
plumb is a shell with focus on pipes: instead of pipelines, it can build large graphs of processes (nodes) and pipes (edges). Pipes are simple unidirectional streams without side effects. Traffic can be controlled by virtual processes (which are nodes just like real processes, but are implemented in plumb for minimal overhead). Virtual processes can split, merge, regex filter/alter, and shape the streams. Timers and starting/stopping processes or even rewiring the script on the fly are also supported. It is portable (using libporty) and behaves exactly the same way on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, many BSD variants, and older UNIX systems.
Release Notes: This minor release is about bugfixing. The shutdown procedure won't lose data in buffers now, virtual processes won't panic on blocking output, and [regex] works as documented for $ and $$.
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 a simple language called Page Rules for controlling how data is extracted from webpages during the summary creation phase of indexing. It also adds the ability to index records coming from a database query and adds a generic text importer which works on plain text, gzip'd, and bzip'd text records. Other features in this version of Yioop are Atom support as a News Feed Search Source, a dedicated process new_updater.php for handling news updates, and a better algorithm for distributing archive data during an archive crawl. Many other minor improvements have been made.
crpcut is the Compartmented Robust Posix C++ Unit Test system. crpcut (pronounced "Crap Cut") runs all test cases in their own process and their own working directory, which makes it perfectly normal to test that asserts do trap, and the test suite continues even in the event of an unexpected SIGSEGV. By using the C++11 features long available in GCC, the tests are extremely easy to write.
Release Notes: This is a feature enhancement release, with the highlights being an additional library without heap instrumentation to enable tests of code which implements its own heap functions, abolition of the need to predefine tags when compiled with C++11, and an added attribute "location" to all violation reports in XML format.
queXS is a Web-based CATI (computer assisted telephone interviewing) system. It integrates with queXML for creating questionnaires, LimeSurvey for collecting data, and Asterisk for VoIP telephony. It can be used to operate outbound telephone research centers.
Release Notes: This release adds more bugfixes, including removing the reliance on Javscript executing as PHP for CKeditor fields, fixing PHP strict notices, and fixes for some failures which occurred on IIS servers.
AstroAviBrowser is a small tool for astronomy imaging capture/processing. It allows you to open a video file, select the good frames, and save the new sequence in a new avi file using raw or lossless codecs. You may also de-bayer your frames and separate RGB plans. It's a kind of "AviRaw" for Linux.
Release Notes: This release builds with cmake. It can generate sum, max, median, and average frame. It uses libav instead of libavifile (outdated), and can automatically select the best frames. The output can now be forced to RGB24 for better compatibility. Many bugs have been fixed.
The Model Railroad System is a software package that can help you run your railroad. It allows you to operate your layout, from running trains to working your signals and switches. It has support for a network of Bruce Chubb CMR/I USIC, SUSIC, and/or SMINI nodes, and/or a network of Lenz's XPressNet DCC nodes. Azatrax USB-connected Model Railroad Detectors are supported. Software to create switch lists for freight car forwarding and create timetables for your railroad are included. There is software to help with photographing your trains, and to compute the correct value for those pesky dropping resistors for LEDs and/or incandescent lamps.
Release Notes: This release adds SR4 updates and bugfixes, updates the raildriver UDEV helper script, updates the Raildriver code, adds an "Add Additional Packages" edit submenu, updates GetAllSerialPorts in UniversalTest (CMR/I), includes Ubuntu-flavored udev rule files, updates the Application Node 2s code, adds minor updates to Dispatcher (export as images weirdness), removes the C++ versions of the CMR/I and XPressnet code, removes the MRD directory, adds a build update for gettextize, and updates the Build infrastructure to build under CentOS/RHEL 6.4 and Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS.
WildFox is both its own project in addition to reimagining what Mozilla's Firefox Web browser stood for, years ago: a light-weight, versatile, and efficient Web browser. It's also cross-platform and compatible with Chrome & Firefox plug-ins and addons.
Release Notes: This release saves the state of the main window and the sidebar, adds custom error pages, adds Web searching from the UI, removes the "Go" button, replaces the main window button text with icons (Tango), reduces the button size, fixes a crash when entering non-URL strings into the address bar, fixes an options dialogue button/label resizing issue when text size was increased, and reduces the address bar height. The next release will see the introduction of history and sessions.
WebElements is a collection of Python objects that enable developers to generate and interact with Web apps on the server side. It encourages object oriented Web site development, and code reuse by separating each DOM element into its own object, and then allowing inheritance and child elements to come together to form new elements not defined in the standard DOM.
Release Notes: This release improves the performance of built-in XSS protection by using native Python API calls.
openDCIM is a Web-based data center inventory application which allows you to manage capacity and track assets throughout multiple data centers. There are some graphical elements to the system, but overall, the system is designed for keyboard-friendly (rather than click-happy) use. It is written in PHP and utilizes a MySQL backend for ease of deployment on nearly any LAMP-based build.
Release Notes: This release adds exportation of assets by data center to Excel/CSV, configurable units of measure (English/Metric), and ToolTip sneak peaks in the cabinet view, with user-defined fields to show. Device names are no longer forced to uppercase; the admin can select a site preference between UPPER, lower, CamelCase, or unchanged. Search results will now show in the Data Center/Cabinet/Device hierarchy (previously, the Data Center was not included). Tag searches now support multiple tags, as well as negation (tagA tagB !tagC) Minor bugfixes have been made.
GUI Builder is a drag and drop interface for creating WebElement User Interface (WUI) templates that can be used as the foundation of a responsive Wep app. It simplifies the process of designing applications, and encourages separation of the logic and view. It is part of the WebBot Web development framework, which makes it possible to build Web apps in a similar fashion to Qt/KDE apps.
Release Notes: This release adds support for PyQt4 bindings in addition to PySide to enable GuiBuilder to run on more distributions.