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 includes a documentation update, fixes the last release's broken unit tests, and changes the behavior of the __package_apt type.
LogAnalyzer is a Web front-end for syslog and other network event data. It provides easy browsing, searching, basic analysis, and some graphics. Data is taken from databases or plain syslog text files, so LogAnalyzer does not require changes to an existing logging infrastructure. Depending on the log data present, it can process syslog messages, Windows event log entries, and some more exotic things. Its troubleshooting support enables users to quickly find solutions to problems seen in the log data. LogAnalyzer was previously called phpLogCon, and has been renamed since v3.
Release Notes: In LogStreamDB Driver, LogStreamPDO Driver, and UserDB, this release adds backticks around tablenames in all SQL statements. For LogStreamPDO Driver, it fixes hardcoded tablenames in the trigger creation statement. It also fixes an LDAP login problem which occurred when special characters like quotes were used in passwords.
GNU Make examines the timestamps on a set of interdependent files, and, if necessary, issues commands to bring them up-to-date. The user creates a makefile describing the files, their relationships, and the commands to run. Most often make is used to rebuild libraries and programs when their sources are changed, but it can be used for any situation where one set of files needs to be generated from another set.
Release Notes: A number of new features have been added, including support for GNU Guile as an embedded scripting language in makefiles. A number of bugs have been fixed, and performance improvements made.
Linux Desktop Testing Project is aimed at producing a high quality test automation framework and cutting-edge tools that can be used to test the GNU desktop and improve it. It uses the "Accessibility" libraries to poke through the application's user interface. The framework also has tools to record test-cases based on user-selection on the application.
Release Notes: This release adds a Perl interface and bugfixes.
Lynis is an security auditing and hardening tool for Unix derivatives like Linux/BSD/Solaris. It performs an in-depth scan on the system to detect software and security issues. Besides information related to security, it will also scan for general system information, installed packages, and possible configuration mistakes. The software is aimed at assisting automated auditing, configuration management, software patch management, vulnerability detection, and malware scanning of Unix-based systems.
Release Notes: This release includes a new test for PowerDNS to determine the master/slave status. Several fixes have been implemented to make this release more stable with several newer Linux distributions, or when missing some particular binaries like dig and awk.
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: This release features many LaTeX support improvements, new quotes conversion functions, a new image viewer, a TTF font browser, brightness palette control, and more.
text2html is a small tool which converts plain text files into HTML documents. It works with Unix pipes, generates hyperlinks from URLs (with the Regexp::Common Perl module), and parses bold text if you redirect input from another program.
Release Notes: This is the first release.
Data Crow is a movie, video, book, image, software, and music cataloger/media manager. Data Crow uses MusicBrainz, Amazon, IMDb, and many other Web services to retrieve the information for you. It is highly customizable, easy to use, and feature rich. It helps you to keep track of your loans, allows you to create reports, enables you to create your own modules (using wizards) and, most importantly, enables you to easily manage all your collections.
Release Notes: Ratings were still shown as boxes in the Quick View. This has been fixed.
Diskless Remote Boot in Linux (DRBL) provides a diskless or systemless environment for client machines. It works on Debian, Mandriva, Red Hat, Fedora, and SuSE. Unlike LTSP, it uses distributed hardware resources and makes it possible for clients to fully access local hardware. It also includes Clonezilla, a partitioning and disk cloning utility similar to Symantec Ghost.
Release Notes: The underlying GNU/Linux operating system was upgraded. This release is based on the Debian Sid repository (as of 2013/Oct/08). The package drbl was updated to 2.5.9-drbl1, and clonezilla was updated to 3.7.6-drbl1. In some cases, the network card modules were not loaded in initramfs, so the DRBL clients failed to boot via PXE; this has been fixed.
BakAndImgCD is a small Linux-based operating system which has been designed to perform the two tasks: data backup (with support for btrfs, ext2, ext3, ext4, FAT, HFS, HFS+, jfs, Minix, NTFS, ReiserFS, and XFS) and disk imaging (using Partimage, Partclone, and GNU ddrescue). The output files (archives and images) can be optionally compressed and sent to a remote FTP sever via Ethernet, WiFi, or dial-up. It is fully compatible with UNetbootin, which can be used to create an easy-to-use live USB.
Release Notes: This release is based on 4MLinux Backup Scripts 7.1.
ZABBIX is an enterprise-class distributed monitoring solution designed to monitor and track performance and availability of network servers, devices, and other IT resources. It supports distributed and Web-based monitoring, auto-discovery, real-time monitoring, SLA assurance, trending, and more.
Release Notes: This first beta release introduces support for Windows Eventing 6.0, a Windows DLL for integration purposes, much better performance when monitoring VMWare VMs, and numerous bugfixes.
tex-upmethodology provides a complete set of LaTeX styles that permit you to write documents according to a UP-based methodology. Its major features are document history, task management, design and specification documentation, and helping tools. tex-upmethodology is officially supported by CTAN.
Release Notes: Removes any reference to the package 'fancyhdr'.
Mobius Forensic Toolkit is a forensic framework written in Python/GTK that manages cases and case items, providing an abstract interface for developing extensions. Cases and item categories are defined using XML files for easy integration with other tools.
Release Notes: The partition-agent extension automatically adds partitions to case when a data source is set. New registry report: "Shared Folders". Minor improvements have been made.
Fork CMS is dedicated to creating a user friendly environment to build, monitor, and update your website. It is designed to be the CMS of choice for beginners and professionals.
Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed in the auto-completion of the tags, copy page action, and form builder.
Rikulo Stream is a Dart Web server for building fast and scalable Internet applications. It uses an event-driven and asynchronous I/O model to maximize scalability. It supports URI mapping/filtering, template technology, file-based static resources, and an MVC design pattern.
Release Notes: The loading of static resources is enhanced, such as caching and partial content.
Dipforge is an application server which provides Rapid Enterprise Development without all the CRUD. It focuses on all the plumbing so you can focus on your real problems.
Release Notes: This is the eighth beta, focused on fixing the data source issues that occurred when using MySQL as a data source. Some progress was also made on running the platform on Windows. Windows is still not yet officially supported.
PostgreSQL Tcl Interface Next-Generation (pgtclng) is an implementation of the PostgreSQL Tcl interface. It started as a fork of the pgtcl project in 2004. Its goal is to offer a stable, well-tested, and well-documented Tcl extension for using PostgreSQL databases.
Release Notes: This version adds new commands and command options to support 64-bit large object offsets, new database connection string forms, and new error field retrieval codes. It was tested with PostgreSQL 9.3.0 and Tcl 8.6 as well as older versions. An updated reference manual has also been released.
pgintcl is a pure Tcl interface to the PostgreSQL database system. It provides an alternative to pgtcl and pgtcl-ng but does not require a compiled Tcl extension (libpgtcl) or PostgreSQL client library (libpq). This allows developers to create Tcl utilities and applications that are platform neutral. Trade-offs are slower performance and PostgreSQL protocol version dependency.
Release Notes: This version adds new commands and command options to support 64-bit large object offsets, new database connection string forms, and new error field retrieval codes. It was tested with PostgreSQL-9.3.0 and Tcl-8.6 as well as older versions. The Reference Manual (released under the companion pgtclng project) has been updated.
PDO4You is a class that implements the Singleton design pattern for connecting the database using the PDO extension (PHP Data Objects). It provides an abstraction layer for accessing data, regardless of which database you are using, and ensures that there is a single object instance per database connection. It can connect to several possible SQL databases using the available PDO drivers. Currently it supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MariaDB, Oracle, Microsoft SQL server, Sybase, and CUBRID (a database highly optimized for Web applications). The class can also execute multiple queries at once given a string in JSON format that specifies the type of query, the tables, fields, field values, conditions, etc.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Composer.
Caché Monitor is an SQL development tool for InterSystems database Caché. It features an advanced SQL query editor with SQL syntax highlighting, SQL code completion with context sensitive information about database objects (also known as Intellisense), an SQL history buffer for executed SQL commands, SQL code formatting, parallel queries, graphical SQL execution plan with index and selectivity information, SQL abbreviations, and much more. Database diagrams graphically show the structure of the database.
Release Notes: For ENH, this release adds drag-and-drop for Server and Server-Groups moving within the server navigator, Server Navigator with a toolbar to show important actions, a trial license for evaluation of Caché Monitor Professional which can be requested online via the Manage-License Dialog, a new Script Navigator for easy working and navigation with many (SQL) scripts, and Query Analyzer which shows the file path from the current file in the status bar.
mod_statistics is software for exporting live Apache statistics data via SNMP. It is composed of an Apache module and a loadable extension for Net-SNMP. It implements the APACHE2-MIB and extends it to provide data about aliases.
Release Notes: Initial freecode announcement.
pyexpander is a macro processor based on Python. Instead of simple text replacement, it offers evaluation of arbitrary Python expressions and execution of Python code. It features simple syntax definition: all expander commands start with a dollar sign ("$") followed by word characters, parameters, Python code enclosed in brackets, or a combination of these. The full power of the Python programming language can be used, including all operators, functions and modules. Any Python expression can be used to insert text. It also provides a Python library that you can use to develop other macro tools based on pyexpander.
Release Notes: Various 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 version solves some minor problems. show_err now works with MySQL 5.6. No more obscure exceptions are recorded with servers older than 5.5. Uncommon charset problems have been fixed.
Crack is a programming language that aims to provide the ease of development of a scripting language with the performance of a compiled language. The "crack" program is a "script executor" that compiles source to machine code on the fly, though it will cache the code to intermediate formats as appropriate. The crack language itself derives concepts from C++, Java, and Python, incorporating object-oriented programming, operator overloading, and strong typing.
Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed, small features were added, and much of the code has been generally refactored and cleaned up. Much of the ground-work for module caching has been done, although this feature is still buggy. Support for flag-driven tracing has been added. Numerous extension modules have been added. A Mersenne PRNG module has been added. The test framework has been enhanced to support composite tests. The Wurld OpenGL example program was added. The codebase has been ported to use LLVM 3.3. Annotation semantics in generics has changed.
zLogFabric is an all in one cross-platform logging solution that collects log lines/messages over a messaging system to a central server instance. The modular design enables the server to store, forward, alert, and generate live statistics out of the logged data. It can collect log information from files, syslog, log4j, log4net, and Windows event logs.
Release Notes: Major changes are updates of the HornetQ, Netty, MongoDB, and jetty libraries with some small bugfixes (e.g. MongoDB can now be configured via the URI, so multiple nodes are supported).