J4ME is a library to help with J2ME development. It includes a UI framework for professional-looking and intuitive interfaces, a logging framework to help debugging platform-specific issues found on different phones, a Bluetooth GPS integrated into the JSR-179 Location API, and a library of missing J2ME methods and helpful collections for small devices.
OpenHTMM is an implementation specifically designed to facilitate research into Hidden Topic Markov Models methods. Hidden Topic Markov Models (HTMM) is a method of analyzing a docyment by imposing a temporal Markov structure on the document. In this way, it is able to account for shifting topics within a document. In so doing, it provides a topic segmentation within the document and also seems to effectively distinguish among multiple senses that the same word may have in different contexts within the same document.
The WSO2 Mashup Server is a platform for creating, deploying, and consuming Web services Mashups in the simplest fashion possible. It features support for consuming and deploying services using dynamic scripting languages, trivial deployment and redeployment, automatic and UI-based generation of Web services artifacts (e.g., wsdl, schema, policy), a set of gateways into a variety of information sources, including SOAP and POX/REST Web services, as well as plain old Web pages, and human-consumable results through a variety of user interfaces, including Web pages, portals, email, Instant Messenger services, Short Message Service (SMS), etc.
WSO2 WSF/Spring provides an amazingly simple "Code First" approach to create Web services for the Spring user. This framework integrates the Apache Axis2 Web services engine into Spring. Thus, it provides all the power and versatility of the Axis2 engine to the Spring user. With just a few entries in the application context, this lets Spring users enjoy the benefits of Service Oriented Architecture using Web services in their applications.
Location Source is an implementation of Java's Location API (JSR-179). It is intended to give Java applications access to location data on platforms that do not have a JSR-179 implementation of their own. It currently only runs on Windows Mobile using IBM's WebSphere Everyplace Micro Edition (WEME) 6.1.1 bu can easily be extended to run on other platforms. For example, you could use it on any laptop by tying it into SkyHook's Loci API.