Sunrise Sunset is a Python package that can determine the sunrise and sunset based on a given altitude zenith. It has two public methods. The first returns the sunrise and sunset in a tuple. The second returns True or False depending on whether the supplied date/time is during the night or day. The constructor takes three arguments, a date, latitude, and longitude. There is one keyword argument for changing the default zenith, which is set to "official". The zeniths are "official", "civil", "nautical", "amateur" (astronomical), and "astronomical". It does not rely on third party packages, but you may need something like pytz to create dates with timezone info.
LATRIX is a Web-based system supporting HR departments of any size company in their administration work. It supports multiple locations and incorporates a paperless leave application system. Attendance and presence can be tracked separately and no expensive hardware is required. It has a nice variety of reports, a fire register (for display on desktop computers or handheld devices, such as mobile phones), simple configuration, and a dedicated Web site for all documentation. It is available for download for experienced Linux users, and there is also a subscription service available for those who just want to use it without the hassle of daily administration.
dbDir (Database Directory) is a directory service for databases. It stores database information supplied by a database profile administrator, including database URLs, usernames, and passwords. Access to database profiles is granted according to the user access rights specified by profile administrators in an ACL format.
ABPlayer is a video player developed with the Flex 3/4 SDK. It allows users to post comments onto the playing timeline while playing online video. Comments are scrolled across the screen when the video reaches the timeline position of the comment, allowing interactive and realtime commenting on the video. It also features bottom, top, positioned, and reverse scroll options which allow users to create closed captioning and subtitles for videos. Comments support color, font, size, transitions, movements, 3D transforms, and opacity.