Flowgrind is a tool similar to iperf or netperf. It measures throughput and other metrics for TCP and other protocols. It features some unique characteristics: a distributed architecture, sophisticated flow scheduling, Linux kernel TCP statistics, the Anderson-Darling statistical test, rate-limited flows with uniform or Poisson distribution, and separation between control and test traffic.
GANTTIC is a Web-based project management system for scheduling resources and projects. It provides a user-friendly graphical interface and interactive Gantt charts for real-time collaboration, and is intended as an alternative to MS Project. Most businesses use resource scheduling in their everyday life, but most common tools for it are still email, paper wall charts, notebooks, and spreadsheets. Specialized tools are expensive, complicated, and hard to implement. The software has a number of users from very different areas of life: design agencies, laboratories, churches, schools, manufacturers, service providers, equipment and car rentals, and construction and logistics companies scheduling their teams, equipment, and facilities on a daily basis.
DevContest is a tool for teachers of programming that makes it possible to create programming contests for your students. You prepare tasks, a description of them, an examle of the input and output, and a Python script that generates input and output. Students send their source code to the server and the system decides if they work well..
AppInfo is a small library that provides an easy way to show always valid, automatically updated information about a version of running software in your Web or desktop Java application. It is especially useful with automatic builds from CI server deployed on QA. It currently supports displaying the name, version, build number, and build date of running software. This information is available as text from end application and can be customized to fit your needs. Source information can be passed via environment variables and works out-of-box with Hudson CI server.
Beaver is a simple concurrent backup system with snapshotting. It is based on a simple list of servers, a file of configuration options, and lists of things to be excluded or included. More powerful configuration options are available in the configuration files. Different copies of beaver backup can be run on the same server with different configuration files. Beaver backup is normally run by cron on a central backup box and uses keychain for remote authentication.
soft66 is a library and related command line tools for controlling the Soft66AD series of SDR receivers from Kazunori Miura JA7TDO. This enables users of these software-defined radio receivers to tune and use them under Linux. There is also a patch to enable support for this in Linrad.