JSS is a Web-page embeddable survey system. Surveys can either be Slashdot-style (single question) or standalone (single or multi-question). Questions can either have radio buttons or checkboxes, allowing for single or multiple answers. JSS has the ability to block entries based on whether or not the user has already submitted an entry, along with a mechansim to deny all entries. Example files are included, and live examples are also available through the homepage.
Jetmon is a client/server NOC monitor tool, allowing light-weight applet in any browser to monitor network device reachablity information from a central server. It provides simple red-light/green-light indicators in a tiered display, with optional history and status windows, accumulative stats, and exteral URL links to MRTG-like pages, all from a single interface.
JFreshmeat-NNTP is the first released mini-app to use an NNTP class being developed for a Java-only NNTP-based newsreader. It connects to freshmeat's NNTP server, and retrieves the headers, displaying them in the top pane of a two-pane window. Double-clicking on a particular announcement will retrieve the text of that announcement and display it in the bottom pane. The initial class is very short, calling a general purpose newsgroup monitor class. It can be adapted to monitor any server/group very easily. Future plans for the JFreshmeat-NNTP code include SOCKS support, saving article data, persistant storage of articles, UI improvements, timed polling for monitoring updates. It may also be rolled into the general purpose newsreader as a side-feature eventually.
JFwadmin is a Java 2 high-level X11 tool for ipchains. The GUI displays easy-to-understand services. Features include scripts generation, firewall save and restore, automatic interface and IP address and routes detection, current firewall configuration display, and handling of masq-modules and port-forwarding.
jiffyc is a replacement for rmic, a program that generates the stub and skeleton files needed by distributed applications/applets based on Java RMI. But as it is written in C++, it is substantially faster than rmic. It can be used with either the 1.1 and the 1.2 protocol versions. Development has started to support even RMI over IIOP.
iVote is a sort of visual poll/image voting system that allows you to set up a collection of images that users can then vote on. A full administration screen is available that allows you to add/delete entries, sort by fields, gather statistics and manage the database. Users are presented a visual preview page where they can vote. It includes theme support.