jLibrary is a DMS (Document Management System), oriented for personal and enterprise use. With jLibrary, you can classify your documents, videos, or any other media type. You can export those contents to static Web pages based on templates, search on those contents, add comments, categorize it, and more. jLibrary has all the features present in most modern content management systems, including team work support, version management, offline document edition, document locking, security constraints based on roles, users and groups, and easy Web access.
The SOBF Tool is the reference implementation of the SOMAP.org Guide and follows the information security risk analysis and management workflow as described in the Guide. The SOBF Tool can be used to manage the security risks of an environment, to maintain assets, and to control the implementation of countermeasures. It is possible to export graphical reports from the tool to be used in presentations and regularly compiled statements.
BigAl is a platform independent program for calculating really big numbers. It supports not only standard arithmetic, but also calculations with numbers stored in files, exact period determination, continued calculation with predefined factorials, fibonacci with customized seeds, lucas, factorization, ackermann, nth root, random number generation, and more.
Qemulator is a full featured emulation suite for QEMU that provides an easy way to manage your QEMU emulation jobs. It integrates image creation, organizing of virtual machines, and on demand control for running jobs in one application. An easy to use graphical installer is included. The Ubuntu deb package works fine with Ubuntu 6.06, 6.10, and 7.04.
Quizdrill is a learning-by-testing program to quickly learn tasks that mostly involve memorizing, like vocabulary. Quizdrill supports multiple choice, simple quiz, and flashcard testing. Although still quite primitive, Quizdrill asks questions which have been answered right more often than others to improve learning efficiency. Quizzes can be easily created by editing simple text files or can be automatically built from Infobox-style templates of Wikipedia dumps (or other MediaWikis and even Semantic MediaWikis).
TheCurves is an application that plots a parameterized family of curves based on algebraic formulas specified by the user. It is meant as an educational tool for mathematics, physics, and engineering. When the program is run as an applet in a Web page, the plot parameters and formulas are configurable by HTML and dynamically scriptable, so that the applet can be initialized to present a specific plot when the page is opened or to change plots when the user clicks on a control in the Web page.