Cameleo is a graphics package that prints, scans, CD-records, RIPs, and builds image databases and imaging workflows. It is fully available with drivers for most popular color devices on Linux. Cameleo has a full ICC color calibration system included, and a powerful API for third-party developers.
camE is a Webcam grabber designed for video4linux devices. It is based on the xawtv webcam app, but extended to use imlib2 for applying antialised, blended truetype fonts to the image before upload. A large number of new options have been added including scp support (in addition to ftp), image archiving, and much more. It runs as a daemon and needs no X connection to operate.
Calendars for the Web provides a server based calendar and scheduling application. It allows unlimited users to share unlimted events per calendar. Calendars for the Web comes with a full-featured browser based interface, is completely customizable (sixteen different calendar view types), fully documented, and supports online administration.
This is a PHP class that generates HTML output of a calendar month. It is based on the table wrapper base class. It generates output for any month of any year of the calendar, and it returns an HTML string that is compliant with XHTML. It also lets you customize the HTML properties and data format of the calendar's table cells in a subclass.
Calcium provides interactive calendars you can use through your browser. Features include: dynamic calendar merging (events from one calendar can be included in another), multiple views and formats, repeating events, email support, extensive color and font customization, support for full HTML in the event text and calendar headers and footers, popup text associated with any event, searching and filtering, multi-language support, a flexible security model, and more. Calcium is very easy to use, and fully supported by an established company. It runs anywhere that supports Perl CGIs; no non-standard Perl modules are necessary. Full 2-way synchronization with Palm Pilots or MS Outlook is available; iCalendar "subscriptions" are supported too.
Calc is arbitrary precision arithmetic system that uses a C-like language. It's useful as a calculator, an algorithm prototype, and as a mathematical research tool. More importantly, calc provides a machine-independent means of computation. Calc comes with a rich set of builtin mathematical and programmatic functions.