searchtool is a server browser for Internet games. It features the ability to ping servers, download a new serverlist, search for player(s), manage your favourite servers, connect to server of choice, and more. Half-Life, Unreal Tournament, and Unreal Tournament 2003 are supported.
setiQuest is a project that empowers earthlings everywhere to become active participants in the search for cosmic company. It includes two software systems. SonATA detects the evidence of extra-terrestrial technology in data that has been collected, and SetiQuest Explorer is an Android app through which anyone can access the same telescope data and visually detect evidence of alien technology.
sfick (simple file integrity checker) is a system that assists system administrators with the process of verifying the integrity of critical files. Given a system compromise, system administrators must be able to verify the integrity of any files they designate as critical and, if such files have been modified in any way, have the ability to restore an original copy of such a file. It stores backup copies of files designated as critical along with verification information to write-once media such as a CD-R.
Sharehound is a network file systems indexer and Google-like searcher written in Java and based on Apache Lucene. It currently supports SMB file shares (i.e. MS Windows-based network shares) and FTP resources. A Web UI is used for search and crawl monitoring. An RSS feed is provided for search results that include deleted files info.
shva is a Web-start graphical editor to hear, view, and annotate speech. It is designed to access speech databases over the Web. It opens from the browser when the user clicks on a link to an utterance. It then runs as a separate GUI application. Edited annotations are saved back to the database. It is currently deployed for the FreeCLAS seed database.
Sigabi is a framework for creating applications in Java using JPA transparent persistence and introspection. Programs created with sigabi work with databases created from the Java classes, and do not use SQL. The system of drag and drop is widely used and provides a very simple graphical interface with no menus. As an example, it provides a system for monitoring students at a small academy.
sillyview provides support for using the model-view-controller pattern with templated HTML to specify a user interface. A single template can then power a Java Swing application or a servlet, with little or no change in the application's code. A developer using sillyview can choose from packaged components such as HTMLPaneView and VelocityModel, or implement the sillyview interfaces to plug in custom functionality.