mru_manager is a PHP module to access the most recently used items in a Web application. It can register and store "opening object" events. It can manage the order of events and delete all events that exceed the configured maximum number for each object type. The list of recently used items can be saved with user credentials. Separate lists can be maintained for different types of objects.
myHWT is a Web application for homework management intended for teamwork in multiple student groups, with support for parallel courses. It represents a role-based system with two significant roles, tutors and students. Tutor-related features are: course management, homework creation, and upload of reviews. Student-related features are: team management, download of reviews, and computation of individually-reached points in a given course.
NNCMS (NoName Content Managment System) is a simple content management system written in pure C. It requires a Web server with FastCGI support. It is meant to allow control of the content of Web sites using a Web interface. It can generate image thumbnails, and you can browse, edit, remove, and add files.
noVNC is a VNC client implemented using HTML5 technologies, specifically Canvas and WebSockets. It supports "wss://" encryption (SSL/TLS). For browsers that do not have native WebSockets support, the project includes web-socket-js, a WebSockets emulator using Adobe Flash. In addition, as3crypto has been added to web-socket-js to implement WebSocket SSL/TLS encryption, i.e. the "wss://" URI scheme.
once:radix is an integrated development environment (IDE) that operates entirely within a Web browser. once:radix supports two methods of connecting to the server. Most interest is focused on its Rich Internet Application (RIA) environment. This comes with a suite of five RIAs that perform specific roles: logging on or off, context-sensitive help, database administration, IDE, and client. In addition, the once:secureserver (oSS) can respond to commands from session-managed external Web servers.
openDCIM is a Web-based data center inventory application which allows you to manage capacity and track assets throughout multiple data centers. There are some graphical elements to the system, but overall, the system is designed for keyboard-friendly (rather than click-happy) use. It is written in PHP and utilizes a MySQL backend for ease of deployment on nearly any LAMP-based build.
openSUSE Medical is a distribution of openSUSE made especially to address the needs of doctors. It is based on openSUSE 11.3. It is distributed in the form of ISO image files and VirtualBox/VMWare images. It includes carefully selected software for doctors' practices, clinical environments, and medical students. The software selection encompasses everything required to make computers productive for either home or medical use. This distribution includes a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) stack that is needed for developing or hosting PHP-based Web sites and all other major development tools. The aim of this distribution is to provide complete resources for medical doctors, clinics, and medical students as well as IT admins running labs at educational institutes.