MikeOS is an operating system for x86 PCs, written in assembly language. It is a learning tool to show how simple OSes work, with well-commented code and extensive documentation. It features a text-mode dialog-driven user interface, a file manager and machine code monitor, and over 60 system calls for use by third-party programs.
Howl is a cross platform implementation of the Zeroconf zero configuration networking standard. It includes daemons and a client side SDK for registering, browsing, and resolving network services, and assigning link local IP addresses without a DHCP server. On Windows 2000/XP, it includes a sidebar in Internet Explorer that allows users to browse zeroconf-enabled Web and FTP servers.
phpaga is a Web-based project, task, invoice, and quotation management system, providing a centralized way to keep on top of your day-to-day jobs and activities. Its features include printing invoices, quotations, and task lists to PDF, productivity statistics on a per project or per person basis, financial overview, billing method plugins, and multiple interface languages.
mygosuMenu is a set of DHTML menus that feature a separation into three layers (structure, presentation, and behavior), object oriented code that makes it possible to create many menus on one page, and support for most of the key browsers. It is designed to be friendly to search engines and text browsers.
Pre Make Kit (PMK) aims to be a BSD alternative to GNU autoconf, GNU libtool, and pkg-config. It uses data files instead of scripts to limit the spreading of trojans in software packages. It's designed to be easy to use for users and developers. For better portability and efficiency, all of the components are written in C. Requirements are a POSIX system, a C compiler, a POSIX shell, and a make tool.
OpenAIS is an open source implementation of the SA Forum (www.saforum.org) Application Interface Specification. The project currently implements APIs to improve availability by reducing MTTR. APIs available are cluster membership, application failover, checkpointing, eventing, distributed locking, messaging, closed process groups, and extended virtual synchrony passthrough. It is possible to write redundant applications that tolerate hardware, operating system, and application faults. Cluster software developers can write plugins to use the infrastructure provided by OpenAIS.