Asterisk Presence Panel is a simple application that allows the user to monitor the status of extensions on multiple Asterisk based PBX systems. The application connects to the Asterisk server using the manager interface. When it starts, it uses a manager command to probe the status of the extension, after which it relies on the extension status messages in the manager session to update its status. The application features contact groups, the ability to click to dial a contact, computer driven dialling for any number, the ability to connect to multiple Asterisk servers, and integration with the system tray on supported platforms.
BRAP is a Java remoting protocol that uses native Java object serialization encapsulated in HTTP. It aims to be an alternative to Spring HttpInvoker and Spring Security, especially when you don't need or want the dependencies of Spring in your client, such as when building a rich client application where size might be an issue. The authentication mechanism lets you use your own domain objects as credentials. BRAP gives you "pass by reference" even though the object arguments are serialized and passed to the remote service: changes that happen on the remote side can be applied to the client side automatically. BRAP focuses on being easy to use, small in size, yet powerful and extensible.
JOOTS is an intelligent tutoring system for learning Java OOP. It is a learning environment that focuses on how to teach the main concepts of modern Object Oriented Programming Languages in an intelligent way, where learners after attending the tutorial are able to get to the most important part of the project, which is generating tricky questions intelligently in such a manner that the body of these questions are randomly and uniquely generated each time. This gives the power of the system as a non-classical learning environment to make the learner think more deeply and differently.
JXFire is a Multi-User Dungeon game written in Java. It is using the Sun Gaming Server (aka "Project Darkstar") framework. JXFire aims at testing various game mechanisms rarely used, like uncertainty in gaming data perception, self-organizing ecological systems, or non-instantaneous information propagation.
Kune is a distributed social network focused on collaboration rather than just on communication. It focuses on online real-time collaborative editing (Wave-based), decentralized social networking (federation), and Web publishing, while focusing on workgroups rather than just on individuals. It aims to create online spaces for collaborative work where organizations and individuals can build projects online, coordinate common agendas, set up virtual meetings, publish on the Web, and join organizations with similar interests. It has a special focus on Free Culture and social movements needs.
Specially designed to secure paperless trading companies and organizations that put privacy and traceability in the heart of their problems of exchange, LinShare provides a simple, intuitive solution. It allows employees to upload files into their space. It can share files with internal or external collaborators. It offers several features to securely exchange files. It has integration with Outlook and ThunderBird, document preview, and directory integration.
MammothCopy is a simple, Java-based tool to copy large or many files from one computer on the Internet directly to another. This is also possible with tools like WinSCP and an SSH server, but those are too complex for normal users. MammothCopy is geared towards parents wanting to send photos to their kids, or professionals who want to transfer huge files (only limited to the receiving end’s hard disk space).