openTCS is a platform-independent transportation control system (TCS) intended to control automatic guided vehicles (AGVs), but which can be used to steer virtually any (track-guided) vehicle. It consists of an abstract kernel which implements replaceable algorithms and strategies (computation of routes, dispatching of orders to vehicles, scheduling of resources, etc.), pluggable vehicle drivers which implement communication protocols, and a graphical frontend for creating and visualizing logical models of areas the vehicles are moving in.
Umple can be used for pure UML modeling. Or it can be used to add UML constructs, such as associations and state machines to code written in Java, PHP, or Ruby. It generates code in these languages that can save a large amount of programming effort and result in higher quality. The UmpleOnline tool allows you to edit UML diagrams graphically, and watch the Umple textual code being written in real time. This works the other way too: you can write textual Umple and watch the corresponding UML diagram appear. Umple is being extended to support patterns, tracing, and a variety of other features. Umple is written in itself, which is central to maintaining its quality. Umple can be used today by any programmer or modeler.
EPESI is a Web application for managing business information. It allows you to store, organize, process, link, and share records between people within a single company or organization. Standard features include a shared calendar, tasks, and address book, an integrated Roundcube e-mail client, an advanced permission system, easy form filling (Click2Fill), record change tracking (Watchdog), and full record history. Its modular design can be easily customized and modified to match your processes and workflow. The EPESI framework allows rapid development of custom modules and extension of the functionality of the basic CRM package into full ERP applications.
MyPlayer is an audio file player for embedding in HTML documents. It supports MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and other file formats, playlists for navigating through multiple tracks, reading information from M3U playlists (with extended information), and ID3 tags (v1 and v2). Many commented usage examples are included.
The Resilient Streaming Protocol (RSP) is a one-way IP/UDP media streaming protocol that was developed to provide high reliability audio streaming between the mountainchill.com Internet radio station's rural studios and SHOUTcast servers. Although the protocol operates in a unidirectional fashion (without listener ack/resend packets), it does support optional listener reporting and packet quality tracking. A streaming server called rspServer is included. It accepts multiple RSP stream sources, providing both RSP and SHOUTcast compatible relaying and transcoding. The source code package also includes a command-line encoder and decoders.
The ghostream project is centered around defining a new era of software development. The aim is to enable developers to rapidly produce high throughput, low latency systems capable of processing billions of events a day. ghostream inverts the typical relationship developers have with data. Without access to all the data at once, developers have to consider which parts of the data they absolutely need to arrive at a particular goal. Because of the need to keep the system moving, hanging on to data is an anti-pattern, forcing developers to consider how to take advantage of the data as quickly as possible. This results in components and systems that are scalable, fault tolerant, and uniquely suited for distributed environments.