jPort is a Java-enabled application launcher that can be used to launch dozens of free Java applications for office, development, science, and entertainment. The user can update, remove, and install applications using the Portable Java Program (PJP) portal. jPort does not require installation since it runs on Java-enabled platforms. jPort is fully portable and can run from a USB flash drive. All preferences and user files are stored inside jPort.
Release Notes: Installation of new portable Java applications is easier since it does not require restarting the program after each installation. Downloads can be stopped at any time. Better security has been achieved.
360-FAAR (Firewall Analysis Audit and Repair) is an offline, command line, Perl firewall policy manipulation tool to filter, compare to logs, merge, translate, and output firewall commands for new policies, in Checkpoint dbedit, Cisco ASA, or ScreenOS commands. It is all contained in one file. It can read policy and logs for: Checkpoint FW1 (in odumper.csv / logexport format), Netscreen ScreenOS (in get config / syslog format), and Cisco ASA (show run / syslog format). It uses both inclusive and exclusive CIDR and text filters, permitting you to split large policies into smaller ones for virutalization at the same time as removing unused connectivity. It supports policy to log association, object translation, rulebase reordering and simplification, rule moves, and duplicate matching automatically. It allows you to seamlessly move rules to where you need them. 'print' mode creates a spreadsheet for your audit needs with one command.
Release Notes: This is the first release of 360-FAAR Enhanced. This version of 360-FAAR supports all original functionality and enhances this by adding "complex" processing modes which retain the firewall rulebases structure and are also capable of handling complex enterprise firewall policies with very high fidelity. Drop, Reject, and Encrypt rule structures are maintained as well as Accept rules. This is a separate code branch from 360-FAAR 0.4.x.
BallroomDJ is a ballroom music player. It is designed to let the computer choose the music and to be able to play music the entire evening without intervention. It features flexible playlists, music queue management, requests, seeking in songs, speed with pitch control, and an optional audio file organizer. Playlists can have automatic selections based on your choice of dances and how often those dances should play, stops after some number of songs has been played, stops at a particular time, allowing of songs with certain keywords, sequences, and manual selection. Mix all of these in any order and modify them at any time.
Release Notes: This release includes bugfixes and user interface cleanup. The playlist now acts in a more intuitive manner when the current playlist is removed. Support for pulseaudio's pacmd (unix) has been added.
isort automatically sorts and sections Python imports. It can turn even the most messy import structure into nice clean sections without duplicates. It provides a command line utility, Python library, and Kate plugin for convenient use.
Release Notes: This release improves and simplifies how "as" imports are handled and makes new lines match the pep8 standard.
Upsilon is a distributed, flexible, and extensible system monitoring application. Being distributed means you run service checks on Upsilon nodes in your network where it makes sense, either on every server or on a management network, inside or outside the firewall. You can run checks on secure, hard to reach networks, and push those results to a central server. You can optionally execute "agentless" checks just by using SSH. Being flexible means that if you can script it, you can monitor it. Unlike most monitoring systems, the monitoring scripts are external to the main server, so you can use Upsilon to execute your monitoring scripts in an extremely robust way. Upsilon has been used to monitor many different things and is API-compatible with all nagios monitoring scripts. Being extensible means you can add monitoring checks to Upsilon at runtime without needing to restart the server. The upsilon-node and upsilon-web projects both have their own REST APIs.
Release Notes: This release cleans packages for all distributions, moves /etc/upsilon/ to /etc/upsilon-node and /usr/share/upsilon/ to /usr/share/upsilon-node, adds simple improvements to init scripts, fixes a few unstable unit tests, ships tools with most of the distribution packages, and includes the .zip download format (as well as .tar.gz).
WeatherLog is an application for keeping track of the weather and getting information about past trends.
Release Notes: This release adds more command line arguments, fixes bugs, and adds other minor improvements.
LRZIP is a compression program and library that can achieve very high compression ratios and speed when used with large files using unlimited sized compression windows. It uses the combined compression algorithms of zpaq and lzma for maximum compression, lzo for maximum speed, and the long range redundancy reduction of rzip. It is designed to scale with increases with RAM size, improving compression further. A choice of either size or speed optimizations allows for either better compression than even lzma can provide, or better speed than gzip, but with bzip2 sized compression levels. It also has high grade password protected encryption and full STDIN/STDOUT support.
Release Notes: This release adds various fixes for the lrztar wrapper.
XOWA is a desktop application that can read and edit English Wikipedia offline. It displays articles in an HTML browser, and can download images on demand. It can also be used for Wiktionary, Wikisource, Wikiquote, and the non-English counterparts.
Release Notes: This release adds a Special:Statistics page, a word index database for better Search performance (commandline only), and other minor changes.
Rikulo UI is a framework for creating incredible cross-platform Web and native mobile applications using Dart and HTML5.
Release Notes: This release fixes API changes of the Dart SDK.
Kernel Mode Linux is a technology which enables the execution of user programs in a kernel mode. In Kernel Mode Linux, user programs can access kernel address space directly. Unlike kernel modules, user programs are executed as ordinary processes (except for their privilege level), so scheduling and paging are performed as usual. Although it seems dangerous, the safety of the kernel can be ensured through such methods as static type checking, software fault isolation, and so forth.
Release Notes: This release has been merged with the 3.11 Linux kernel.
WireframeSketcher is a software tool that helps product managers, designers, and developers quickly create wireframes, mockups, and prototypes for desktop, Web, and mobile applications. It’s a standalone application and a plug-in for any Eclipse IDE.
Release Notes: This version adds a free wireframe sharing service that lets you easily put your work online, then share it with your team or clients and get useful feedback. Other changes include minor improvements and bugfixes.
cdist is a usable configuration management system. It adheres to the KISS principle and is being used in both small and enterprise-grade environments. It is an alternative to other configuration management systems like cfengine, bcfg2, chef, and puppet.
Release Notes: This release adds support for default values of optional parameters and fixes a bug in the type __start_on_boot.
Zutils is a collection of utilities able to deal with any combination of compressed and uncompressed files transparently. If any given file, including standard input, is compressed, its decompressed content is used. Compressed files are decompressed on the fly; no temporary files are created. These utilities are not wrapper scripts but safer and more efficient C++ programs. In particular the "--recursive" option is very efficient in those utilities supporting it. The provided utilities are zcat, zcmp, zdiff, zgrep, ztest, and zupdate. The supported formats are bzip2, gzip, lzip, and xz. The compressor to be used for each format is configurable at runtime.
Release Notes: The new utility zupdate, which recompresses bzip2, gzip, and xz files to lzip format, has been added.
WebNomad is a set of shell scripts that generate Web sites and image galleries fit for desktop as well mobile and tablet browsing. It can be operated on any device running ZShell. Its themes are based on Bootstrap CSS. Pages can be written in Markdown syntax interlaced with HTML. JQuery and BlueImp are used to make slideshows using all files found in a directory.
Release Notes: This is the initial public release, with brief documentation.
LMDB is an ultra-fast, ultra-compact key-value data store developed by Symas for the OpenLDAP Project. It uses memory-mapped files, so it has the read performance of a pure in-memory database while still offering the persistence of standard disk-based databases, and is only limited to the size of the virtual address space (it is not limited to the size of physical RAM).
Release Notes: This release fixes a few minor issues and cleans up some obsolete references in the documentation. An official CHANGES changelog is now included in the release. One significant usage restriction has been lifted: It is now allowed to change the environment mapsize using mdb_env_set_mapsize() without first closing and reopening the environment.