WAscii is a Web frontend intended to display an AsciiDoc documentation repository. It allows you to search and browse your documentation files and automatically converts AsciiDoc to HTML, PDF, and ODF documents. It is intended to work directly from a subversion repository containing your AsciiDoc files.
WorkTime is a tool to record your working time, to analyze software, documents, Web pages, and game usage, or to create billing reports. WorkTime works automatically in the background, gathering statistics about your PC usage. Statistics can be tracked under different projects. The program delivers a bevy of printable tables and graphical charts to help you analyze your activity.
ClientCare is software that lets you manage your hair salon business in a realistic and practical way. It aims to increase team efficiency and productivity and ease paperwork. It helps you to market to your existing clients with powerful tools to generate more business. It can show you reports and help you keep in touch with clients with SMS. It features a completely integrated system where everything you and your team do can be monitored, analyzed, and improved.
NataLi is an information system that has been developed as an University thesis. The aim of this project is to present how an information system can be written, and help other people who are interested in J2EE development to understand this kind of technology and pass more easily through steps which are now simple but were quite painful to understand and utilize from the start. It's written in J2EE, JSP, Struts, Hibernate, and Enterprise JavaBeans(EJB), using JAAS security manager, and allows you to maintain books, magazine records, categories of readers, their addresses and reservations, borrowings, privileges, printing of reminders, and other library related items through a user-friendly Web interface.
HyperLinked Text (Hylt) is both a file format and a viewer for that format. It uses (almost) flat text files to generate a Wiki-style database of hyperlinked pages, without either the complex markup of HTML or the esoteric database formats in which most Wikis store data. It is geared towards users who desire a minimal interface between them and their data or like to store their data in formats which can be meaningfully stored in version control systems. It was developed originally to match both of those goals, specifically for individuals writing fiction and wishing to track inter-character and inter-location relationships.