flowd is a small, fast, secure, and featureful NetFlow collector. It supports NetFlow versions 1, 5, 7, and 9 over IPv4 and IPv6 transports, IPv6 flows (using NetFlow 9), filtering and tagging of received flows using a packet filter-like language, Perl and Python APIs, flexible storage (with run-time selection of which NetFlow fields are stored), reception of multicast flow datagrams, and privilege separation for security. The flowd distribution also includes a set of supplemental tools including analysis and SQL database support.
Alliance CAD System is a set of EDA tools and portable cell libraries for VLSI design. It covers a wide range of the standard design flow (from VHDL up to layout). It includes a VHDL simulator, RTL synthesis tools, place and route tools, netlist extractor, DRC, and a layout editor.
KFormDesigner is meant to be Qt Designer replacement for KDE, and to be a simple form designer for non-developers inside Kexi. It provides almost all Qt Designer features (except code entering) and uses Qt Designer UI file format. It also has new features, such as editing widget contents inside forms, without dialogs, fully i18n properties, or dynamic resizing of widgets to fit its contents when you edit it. One can extend it by writing plugins (called factories) to manage more widgets, and control a lot of things about this widget (editing, menu items, shown properties, etc.). It is developed inside of the Kexi Project.
CaPo is a simple redirector for Squid which is helpful for creating a captive portal. When a client connects the first time, capo redirects this first request to a selectable destination. Following requests will pass unchanged until a configurable timeout is reached. CaPo is based on Squirm by Chris Foote & Wayne Piekarski.