Bareos (Backup Archiving REcovery Open Sourced) is a fork of the backup project from bacula.org. It has been in development since late 2010, and has many new features.
Release Notes: This release adds packages for Univention 3.1, fixes a first connection problem with Windows, makes the Windows installer sets admin-only access on the bareos configuration files, creates a plugin directory during Windows installation, and adds query.sql file for the sqlquery command. Working together with the FSFE, the authors have made the repository compliant with Free Software standards, and have reorganized the sourcecode repository so it now is a proper fork of Bacula.
Thumbnailator is a thumbnail generation library with a fluent interface for Java. It simplifies the process of producing thumbnails from existing image files and image objects by providing an API which allows for fine tuning of thumbnail generation, while keeping the amount of code that needs to be written to a minimum.
Release Notes: This release addresses issues regarding: watermarks disappearing under certain circumstances when using cropping; watermarks being misplaced when using EXIF orientation metadata; and not being able to build using ant.
FrontAccounting is a Web-based accounting system for ERP chains. It is multiuser, multilingual, and multicurrency.
Release Notes: This is a 2.3.18 urgent bugfix release. It fixes several glitches from the previous release 2.3.17, a headers and SQL error when deleting a contact category, Customer/Supplier payments with amounts bigger than 1,000 being truncated, balances in the home currency calculated using wrong exchange rates, a missing charge amount during edition, and a submit button name. It adds a F4 hotkey for the item popup editor in sales documents.
AutoLaTeX is a tool for managing small to large LaTeX documents. It detects which files which are used to build the document (included TeX files, BibTeX, figures, etc.), and launches the various different tools (latex, bibtex, makeindex) when the sources files have been changed. It provides translation rules which automatically generate figures in EPS, PNG, or PDF formats from different types of sources (dia, xfig, svg, astah, source code, etc.) AutoLaTeX also provides graphical user interfaces, a plugin for the editors Gedit and Sublime Text, and a standalone Gtk application.
Release Notes: The error output from BibTeX and Biber are now parsed and displayed in a coherent way as for pdflatex. The CLI option '--file-line-warning' is added to output the filename and the line of a warning. The Gedit plugin displays all the warnings from the log file when the user double-clicks on a group of warnings in the LaTeX console.
UBY is a large-scale unified lexical-semantic resource for natural language processing (NLP) based on the ISO standard Lexical Markup Framework (LMF).
Release Notes: This release features a revision of the UBY API that provides access methods to a UBY database. The UBY version of Wiktionary (English and German) now contains pragmatic labels mined from Wiktionary (in the SemanticLabel class). The UBY version of Wikipedia (English and German) now contains translations mined from Wikipedia (in the Equivalent class).
RPL/2 (Reverse Polish Lisp/2) is a langage derived from the RPL made by Hewlett-Packard for its HP-28S. It has some extensions (preprocessor, compilated libraries, new functions), a TeX output, and can draw graphics.
Release Notes: RGDL and RGDR (ragged left and ragged right) new intrinsic functions have been added since 4.1.14. A major bug is fixed in the initialization sequence (segfault). It only occurs when RPL/2 is built with a forced localization. EXIT regression is fixed.
Barman (backup and recovery manager) for PostgreSQL is an administration tool for disaster recovery of PostgreSQL servers. It allows remote backups of multiple servers in business-critical environments and helps DBAs during the recovery phase. Barman's most-wanted features include backup catalogs, retention policies, remote recovery, archiving, and compression of WAL files and backups.
Release Notes: This minor release adds compatibility with PostgreSQL 9.3. It also introduces support for the "--target-name" recovery option, which allows it to restore to a named point previously specified with pg_create_restore_point (only for PostgreSQL 9.1 and above users). Experimental compatibility with Python 3 has been added. Minor bugs have been fixed.
libusbx is a library which provides generic access to USB devices. As a library, it is meant to facilitate the development of applications which communicate with USB hardware. Its main features are portability (a single cross-platform API for Linux, OS X, Windows, and *BSD), user-mode (no special privileges required), and USB version-agnosticism (all versions of the protocol supported, including USB 3.0).
Release Notes: This is mostly a bugfix release which addresses issues with contexts for hotplug callbacks, crashes on unplugging for OS X, a build failure with udev disabled, and a possible deadlock on Linux. This release also updates Android and OpenBSD support and adds Xcode project files for OS X.
SymmetricDS provides file and database synchronization with support for multi-master replication, filtered synchronization, and transformation across the network in a heterogeneous environment. It supports multiple subscribers with one-direction or bi-directional, asynchronous data replication. It uses Web and database technologies to replicate data as a scheduled or near-realtime operation. The software has been designed to scale for a large number of nodes, work across low-bandwidth connections, and withstand periods of network outage. It works with most operating systems, file systems, and databases, including Oracle, MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, MS SQL Server (including Azure), IBM DB2, H2, HSQLDB, Derby, Firebird, Interbase, Informix, Greenplum, SQLite (including Android), Sybase ASE, and Sybase ASA (SQL Anywhere) databases.
Release Notes: This release fixes three bugs, including fixes for money type on PostgreSQL, old data capture, and the uninstall feature on H2.
PdfParser is a standalone PHP library that provides various tools for extracting data from PDF files. It loads and parses objects and headers, extracts meta data, and extracts text from ordered pages. It supports compressed PDF, MAC OS Roman charset encoding, hex and octal encoding in text sections, and is compliant with PSR-0 (autoloader) and PSR-1 (code styling). Currently, secured documents are not supported.
Release Notes: This release, like previous one, fixes bugs related to encoding.
GNU Ocrad is an OCR (Optical Character Recognition) program and library based on a feature extraction method. It reads images in pbm (bitmap), pgm (greyscale), or ppm (color) formats and produces text in byte (8-bit) or UTF-8 formats. It also includes a layout analyzer that is able to separate the columns or blocks of text normally found on printed pages. Ocrad can be used as a stand-alone console application, or as a backend to other programs.
Release Notes: Character recognition has been improved (L vs Z).
Liferea (Linux Feed Reader) is a fast, easy-to-use, and easy-to-install GTK/GNOME desktop news aggregator for online news feeds and Web logs. It supports the important syndication formats (Atom, RSS, and OPML). Liferea supports offline reading.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release fixing tray icon minimizing. It also adds seeking to the media player. Please upgrade.
Makagiga is an easy-to-use, portable application for doing a variety of tasks, such as todo listing, text editing, or RSS reading. Plugins are used to implement its various capabilities.
Release Notes: This preview release brings a Duration column in the task list, a better Security Manager, and minor bugfixes. Many keyboard related issues (tab-key handling, default input focus, and "Context Menu" key support) were fixed. Source compatibility with Java 8 was improved.
F-IRC is an IRC client for the console. It supports multiple servers, scrollback, and all the basic features one can expect from an IRC client.
Release Notes: Big fixes for color output. This functionality was severely broken.
Pcompress is an archiver that can do compression/decompression and deduplication in parallel by splitting input data into chunks. It has a modular structure and includes support for multiple algorithms like LZMA, Bzip2, PPMD, LZ4, etc., with KECCAK/BLAKE2/SHA-256/512 chunk checksums. SSE optimizations for the bundled LZMA are included. It also implements chunk-level Content-Aware Deduplication and Delta Compression features based on a Polynomial Fingerprinting scheme. It has low metadata overhead and overlaps I/O and compression to achieve maximum parallelism. It has AES encryption capability and uses Scrypt from Tarsnap to generate per-session unique keys from passwords. It can work in pipe mode, reading from stdin and writing to stdout. It also provides some adaptive compression modes in which a suitable algorithm is chosen per chunk based on heuristics.
Release Notes: This release fixes several issues, including some corner case crashes and a couple of buffer overflows. Data Deduplication can now be done using blocks as small as 2KB, providing a much higher dedupe ratio than virtually any other deduplication software. Similarity based deduplication performance has been improved. Free memory detection accuracy has also been improved.
Junkie is a real-time packet sniffer and analyzer. It is modular enough to accomplish many different tasks. It can be a helpful companion to the modern network administrator and analyst. Compared to previously available tools, junkie lies in between tcpdump and wireshark. Unlike tcpdump, its purpose is to parse protocols of any depth; unlike wireshark, though, it is designed to analyze traffic in real-time and so cannot parse traffic as exhaustively as wireshark does. In addition, its design encompasses extendability and speed. It has a plug-in system and high-level extension language that eases the development and combination of new functionalities; threaded packet capture and analysis for handling of high bandwidth networks; and a modular architecture to ease the addition of any protocol layer. It is based on libpcap for portability, and well-tested on professional settings.
Release Notes: A new Delayogram plugin to visualize ack delays. A new -f option to set the next capture filters from the command line. Support for Eth QinQ(inQ...), DHCP protocol. Autodiscovery of IRC, jabber, VNC, CIFS, PCanywhere, citrix, telnet, BGP, IMAP, POP, and NTP.
Griffon IDE is an IDE for HTML, Bash, Perl, PHP, C, etc. It allows the generation of source code in a few clicks, avoiding traps. It features auto completion, an integrated terminal, project management for C, SFTP mounting (mounting a directory via an ssh key), automatic replacement of text, and a session management tab.
Release Notes: This version improves the search and bookmarks, and adds a help system for terminals and information on the edited file. It also fixes problems with shortcuts.
Keepalived for LVS aims to add a strong and robust keepalive facility to the Linux Virtual Server project. This project is written in C with multilayer TCP/IP stack checks. It implements a framework based on three family checks: Layer3, Layer4, and Layer5. This framework gives the daemon the ability of checking a LVS server pool states.When one of the servers in the LVS server pool is down, keepalived informs the Linux kernel via a setsockopt call to remove this server entry from the LVS topology. In addition, it implements a VRRPv2 stack to handle director failover.
Release Notes: This release adds support for VRRP unicast. It adds support for VRRP IPv6 routes. It adds support for LVS One-Packet Scheduling. It adds a CLI core framework. There are miscellaneous bugfixes, typo corrections, and cosmetic changes.
TEA is a powerful and easy-to-use Qt4-based editor with many useful features for HTML, Docbook, and LaTeX editing. It features a small footprint, a tabbed layout engine, support for multiple encodings, code snippets, templates, customizable hotkeys, an "open at cursor" function for HTML files and images, miscellaneous HTML tools, preview in external browser, string manipulation functions, Morse-code tools, bookmarks, syntax highlighting, and more.
Release Notes: The "Strip HTML tags" function has been fixed; it no longer removes the first line of the text. LaTeX highlighting is fixed as well.
0 A.D. (pronounced "zero ey-dee") is a cross-platform real-time strategy (RTS) game of ancient warfare. It's a historically-based war/economy game that allows players to relive or rewrite the history of ancient civilizations, each depicted at their peak of economic growth and military prowess.
Release Notes: Blacksmiths, infinite farms, exponential armor, and realistic health. Allies can now garrison in each other’s buildings. Shared trade gain with allies. Ranged units can hit farther from high places. Hero button. Game speed controls. Terrain anchoring.