PDFView is a very simple program to view PDF files. on contrast to Preview, the main window will open up maximized, and with the drawer hidden by default. When you toggle the drawer, the main window will resize just enough to show it, and maximize again when you hide it. The zoom level will be as big as possible to make the document fit, making it as easy to read as possible.
Teacher Control Panel allows a teacher to monitor, lock, and operate student computers and broadcast the teacher's screen to the students. It can work with a mix of Windows and Linux workstations. The screens are captured using VNC, and the teacher's screen is broadcast using multicast.
The "Faster Java Serialization" project aims to provide faster Java serialization by inspecting classes and generating tailor made serialization code on the fly. This serialization code is reused for every object of the same class. Objects are serialized to a NIO ByteBuffer, eliminating the need for numerous memory copies that take place during normal serialization to files or network. Currently, there are some limitations on the kinds of objects that can be serialized.
Elxis is a CMS that was initially based on Mambo. It natively supports UTF-8 encoding, creates multilingual Web sites, has a multilingual administration environment, performs automatic translations, supports multiple databases, and features access and user management. You can also change the look and feel of your Web site, based on the selected language. There is a mechanism that allows you to create subscriptional or multilevel content. Elxis can be extended by converting existing PHP applications or by briding with other Web sites or applications.
SpeexComm is a Speex-based, multi-platform voice communication engine meant mainly for gaming. Written in C99, the engine itself depends only on libc, but ALSA and Speex libraries are recommended for audio input/output and voice encoding/decoding. The engine is accompanied by some reference UIs.
Keystroke is a tool that aids in the transcription, subtitling, and logging of video and audio. It combines a video player and text editor and allows control of the media through keystrokes rather than through the mouse. Furthermore, it tracks the start and end times of each entered phrase in order to use the transcription in CMML/Annodex files as subtitles. It is also unique in that it does not display each clip in the usual table layout, instead utilizing a script-like view. Output can be in SRT, CMML, and plain text.