DoCASU is a Rich Internet Application (RIA) for the Alfresco Enterprise Content Management platform. With DoCASU, Alfresco users have a simplified and easy to use solution solution to access, search, and manage documents. DoCASU is based on Alfresco Web Scripts and Ext JS, and showcases what can be done with state-of-the-art frontend components. It can easily be extended and adapted to meet specific needs.
FYM is a media organizer that performs quick scans for media files (more than one hundred thousand media files in less than a minute). With its search engine, you easily find and open music, photos, videos, books, and other data types you determine. Covers of music folders and photo albums can be shown. It has strong random functionality.
JOTWiki is a full featured wiki engine, which allows you to create, edit, and link Web pages easily without having to learn a difficult language like HTML. It features no dependencies other than a J2EE engine, multiple namespaces (allowing you to have multiple "sites"), easy administration, template support, a built-in database, saving of pages in plain text, and full support for profiles, users, and permissions.
Jumper provides an enterprise bookmarking engine for tagging and linking data objects. It lets you search and share high-value data across remote locations using tag metadata (expanded tag fields) to capture knowledge about data in remote data stores. It collects these tag profiles in a knowledge base where user-created tag profiles identify quality data resources, user-contributed tag information adds real-world knowledge about the data resources, and user-created reviews sort out the worthy resources from the inadequate. Other users can search for this data. In addition, they can directly contribute what they know about this data to the knowledge base. It allows the participants to act as a filter for what is valuable and build upon mainstream pursuits, but also uncovers valuable data hidden at the edge.
Local Media Browser lets you access your collection of digital media files from a Web browser. It is designed for (but not limited to) low-powered clients (like the Nintendo Wii) on low-resolution displays (like TVs). It uses its own specialized Web server. It is fully customizable through easy HTML-templates, CSS, and ini-files. It currently supports picture and music files. It supports indexing and caching of information (such as thumbnails and ID3 tags) for fast browsing as well as on-the-fly gathering.
OpenEphyra is a question answering (QA) system. It retrieves answers to natural language questions from the Web and other sources. OpenEphyra comes with implementations of algorithms that proved effective in Carnegie Mellon's Ephyra system, which participated in the TREC evaluations. It is platform independent and can be set up in just a few minutes. The goal of this project is to give researchers the opportunity to develop new QA techniques without worrying about the end-to-end system.
Urd is a Web-based Usenet binary download manager. It stores the newsgroup information in a MySQL database and aggregates the articles into sets of a single download (e.g. one album or movie). The Web interface can be used to search with regular expressions. It uses its own downloading daemon that has support for scheduling downloads and updating databases. URD can also download directly from NZB files and even create NZB files. Further features include custom scripts, multiple languages, a template based Web interface, support for multiple servers, automatic par2 and unrar support, and an intuitive user interface.