easyGG is an automatic gallery generator. It features automatic image rotation based on EXIF info, automatic scaling for Web usage, automatic generation of linked pages, and an index page with thumbnails. When executed in a directory with JPEG or PNG images, it creates a subdirectory with a ready-to-use gallery.
NuFW is an authenticating firewall. It adds strict and secure identity-based filtering capabilities to enterprise-grade firewalls. It can also set quality of service on a per-user basis and log user activities into an SQL database. Furthermore, it can use multiple external authentication sources via PAM and be the key of a Single Sign On solution.
GNU Ocrad is an OCR (Optical Character Recognition) program and library based on a feature extraction method. It reads images in pbm (bitmap), pgm (greyscale), or ppm (color) formats and produces text in byte (8-bit) or UTF-8 formats. It also includes a layout analyzer that is able to separate the columns or blocks of text normally found on printed pages. Ocrad can be used as a stand-alone console application, or as a backend to other programs.
Photo Organizer is a Web-based multi-user photo management tool that was designed for professional photographers. It offers a searchable photo database that supports photo version control, a datebook with client management, photo submission history, EXIF, IPTC, XML, and XMP, user quotas, and printing labels and color brochures. It uses ImageMagick and DCRAW to handle over a hundred image formats, and relies on PostgreSQL as its database backend.
Enhydra JaWE (Java Workflow Editor) is an XPDL2.1 based graphical workflow process editor fully adhering to WfMC specifications. It can be used to edit or view any XPDL file which conforms to WfMC specifications. It works with several open source and commercial workflow engines, like Enhydra Shark, WfmOpen, OBE, and OfBiz. It has participated in a WfMC interoperability demo where it was used to handle XPDLs from Fujitsu, TIBCO, and the Enhydra Shark engine.
Shark is an extendable Java workflow engine framework including a standard implementation completely based on WfMC and OMG specifications using XPDL (without any proprietary extensions) as its native workflow process definition format and the WfMC "ToolAgents" API for server-side execution of system activities. It has well defined client interface, as well as its internal component interface.