con:cern is a workflow engine based on an extended case handling approach. A process is described as a set of activities with pre- and postconditions. An activity is executed when its preconditions are met. It manipulates the process item, thereby creating postconditions. The process flow is determined at runtime. This approach is superior to the conventional process flow approach, especially if high flexibility and modularity are required.
Open Administration for Schools (OAfS) is a Web-based school administration package. Open Admin does demographics, attendance, discipline, report cards, and has an online gradebook and parent viewing function. It is designed for elementary, K-12, and high schools. It generates plain HTML and uses LaTeX for PDF generation. It also includes special education and division-wide central office modules (all schools run on the same server with different virtual sites; two sites per school, one for teachers, and one for the office). Parent functions are by separate parent/school site.
UseBB is a PHP/MySQL forum package. Unlike other popular forum systems, it does not strive to have as many features as possible, but to be one of the easiest and most usable forum packages, limiting the basic feature set to only the essential. It is an ideal solution for small to medium-sized Web sites which require an easy to use forum package without the bloat, that produces standards compliant output, and is secure and easily configurable.
YAWn! Linux is a client for the YAWn! service, which keeps track of the names used by players of "Return to Castle Wolfenstein". Players are tracked by their unique PunkBuster GUID, and thus players cannot hide behind a fake name to play recklessly or purposely misbehave. YAWn! adds a console command to "Return to Castle Wolfenstein" that lists all players like PunkBuster does. However, this command also displays the other names that the player has used before, or (for players that use YAWn! themselves) the name and taunt-message that the player chose at registration.