OpenSAND, formerly known as Platine, is a user-friendly and efficient tool to emulate satellite communication systems, mainly DVB-RCS - DVB-S2. It provides a suitable and simple means for performance evaluation and innovative access and network techniques validation. Its ability to interconnect real equipments with real applications provides excellent demonstration means.
Macsome Audio Recorder is an audio recorder for Mac OS X. It can record from two different types of sources, PC devices and applications, such as Audio Flow from Line In, iTunes Radio, Voice Chat, Audio From DVD, and Audio Flow from Safari. It can customize recording settings to improve audio quality from any application, set time recording, save the recording directly into MP3 or AAC files, and burn to MP3 CDs and audio CDs.
USokoban is a Sokoban clone for Linux. It features open external XSB Sokoban levelsets, support for level sizes up to 60x60, support for solutions of unlimited length, a fast algorithm for box pushing, unlimited undos, changes of skins, pasting of levels or solutions directly from the clipboard, copying solutions to the clipboard, a simple solver, and solution management.
Libcvautomation is a GUI automation and testing tool based on image recognition and response. This program was designed as a direct replacement for Sikuli and Xpresser. Each solution had large problems with crashing, and both refused to function on Red Hat Linux and Ubuntu 12.04. The author really liked the way each of these programs approached GUI automation, but they simply didn't work. As such, a simple library was designed to integrate OpenCV and XTest, which can be used by BASH to drive GUI testing and automation, and works on both new and old Linux distributions.
syslog2couchdb is a tool that converts syslog messages into JSON documents and stores them in a CouchDB database. It inserts JSON documents in bulk mode for best performance, and stores messages in memory before connecting to a database. A timer periodically triggers an insertion to avoid keeping data in memory for too long.