Quantum Star SE is a browser-based space strategy and trading game played across a mapped galaxy against other players. Utilizing mining, trading, research, and production through easy-to-use tools, QS enables both broad micro-management of resources or more "aggregated" methods. Players compete, combat enemy fleets, and manage planets to become the "last man standing". No user downloads are required, and the game is free to host or play.
Deme is a Web tool to host asynchronous meetings including discussions, document comments and collaborations, straw polls, and decision- making for small to medium groups of people. It also provides features useful for groups including file storage, member lists, and the like. It is intended to create an environment to allow participation and help strengthen organizations critical to civil society.
Tanky is a tank shooting game with old-school graphics (lines and flying pixels in 16 colors). It can be played by 2-3 players on one keyboard. The main goal is to shoot your opponents down. You have one tank, five shots, and a shield which can take five points of damage. Every time, there are different bonuses flashing around. Collect them and gain faster weapons, more shots, recharge your shield, etc. The best-scored player wins.
RapidMiner (formerly YALE) is a flexible Java environment for knowledge discovery in databases, machine learning, and data mining. Many nestable learning and preprocessing operators (including Weka) are provided. It features an XML-based graphical user interface, a plugin mechanism, and high-dimensional plotting, and provides an easy-to-use extension mechanism that makes it possible to integrate new operators and adapt the system to your personal requirements. A command line version is also included.
NicTool is a DNS management suite with support for various DNS servers (djbdns, BIND, PowerDNS), SQL data storage, DNS entry parsing (RFC 1034 & 1035 compliance), tiered and delegated permissions so you can safely grant access to clients and admins, giving them only the permissions they need. Humans interact via the Web interface, and an API is used for scripting mass updates, DNS templates, provisioning, and more. All changes are logged to easily track change history and see who changed what, and when.