Binary Vibes BizSense is a CRM and ERP Web application especially suited for small and medium sized businesses. Some of the salient features of the software are sales force automation, marketing automation, inventory (products, stocks, and warehouses), financial accounting (invoice, vouchers, and ledgers), collaboration tools (calendar and email), customer service (ticketing and case management), project management, HR recruitment, and leave management. It also provides free addon modules.
Bioloide is a graphical Web-based interface with several tools for checking various aspects of your Web sites, for users, yourself, and search engines. It is extensible and currently includes auto RSS, RSS editor, Adsense and Analytics check, gallery generator, last modified files, and Zip generator tools.
Birch is a simple proxy or tunnel application with a filter mechanism for line based application protocols built on TCP. Initially it was written to add encryption in a transparent way to the IRC protocol but as the encryption mechanism is implemented in a modular way, it is not restricted to just supporting encryption. Filters can be supplied via Java's Service Provider mechanism. A CLI and a GUI are available.
BitWrk is creating a marketplace where participants can buy or sell computing power like stocks in a stock exchange, using Bitcoin as currency. The client software can be integrated with existing, compute-intensive applications (e.g. rendering software), creating a big boost by harnessing the combined computing power of the BitWrk network. Sellers earn money by putting their hardware to work, offering an alternative to Bitcoin mining.
Bitextor is an application whose objective is to generate translation memories using multilingual Web sites as a corpus source. It downloads all the HTML files in a Web site, it performs a preprocess to convert them to a coherent and suitable format and, finally, applies a set of heuristics (based mainly on HTML tag structure and text block length) to make pairs of files which are candidates to contain the same text in different languages. From these candidates, translation memories are generated in TMX format using the library LibTagAligner, which uses the HTML tags and the length of text chunks to perform the alignment.