Knowledge Management Key (KMKey) is Web-based knowledge management software that joins three solutions on the same collaborative platform: KMKey Project: for planning, managing, and controlling your project portfolio; KMKey Quality to manage your Quality System; and KMKey HelpDesk: for your maintenance and support department. It's developed using Python and Zope, on top of the content management CPS.
CaféPorts is a frontend written in Java for MacPorts. MacPorts is a community-driven effort that aims to ease the compilation and distribution of open source projects on Mac OS X. With CaféPorts, it is easy to search, install, and in general manipulate these projects, with a Mac-friendly GUI user interface.
PRPVis (Probabilistic Roadmap Planner Visualized) is a probability-based method for planning the movements of objects with several degrees of freedom, such as robots. The program PRPVis provides an interactive visualization of the algorithm intended for teaching the algorithm to students.
Jolomea (JOomla LOcalisation Made EAsy) is a component to facilitate the localization process of a Web site made with Joomla. An XLIFF / PO export/import feature is included. For example, the files can be imported into the Google Translation Tookit or under POEdit. Joomla 1.5 localization files can be edited online within the backoffice. Google Translate can be used to translate the missing keys.
TkSessionManager is an X11 session manager. It is started as the last or only command in a .xinitrc or .xsession script file. It provides a user definable menu of commands that can be launched and a text area that can be used for electronic note taking. The contents of the text area can be edited, saved, cleared, copied to the X11 copy buffer, and printed.
TorrentGrab is a script that searches isoHunt for specific keywords, parse results using regular expressions, and then downloads episode numbers not located in saved list. It's not too user friendly. Although configuration is straightforward, it still requires you to know regular expressions.
DeTraS provides several tools to track development activities by registering applications that developers use on an X11 session. It also allows you to send collected data to a server and takes care about your privacy. The idea behind DeTraS is taken from Timeline, a shell script written by Nat Friedman.