Minkowsky is a combination of a calendar, address book, and task management software. It is a client/server application; all data is managed on a server and displayed on the client. It was designed to manage calendars for small-to-mid-sized groups, so it lets you look into other calendars to check who is available for a meeting. To each address in the address book, a memo pad is associated to take memos about phone calls, etc.
Lonix is a console-based full Linux system which runs from a live CD. It includes a lot of useful utilities for students and developers, along with some servers like Apache, Proftpd, sendmail, and sshd (all pre-configured). It can also be used as a partition tool (featuring fdisk, parted, and partimage) or as a rescue CD.
LFS-Build is a program to automate the process of building the LinuxFromScratch project. It works by first parsing the LFS XML book and generating a large text file containing the commands that need to be run. The second part of the program takes this text file, breaks it down based on package, and then runs the Bash shell with the proper commands to build the package.
The OpenAI site is centered around an Open Source project and community involving artificial intelligence. The project itself is the creation of a set of tools that are considered to be models of human intelligence or biomimicry. These tools are intended to be integrated into applications or used stand alone for research.
tk3 is open source, multi-platform software for configuring the ICOM IC-R3 portable radio/television receiver. It can read a memory image from the radio, from a native tr3 file, from an IC3 file created by Butel's ARC3 program, and from an ICF file downloaded from the Percon FCC web database. Memory channel information may be imported from and exported to a CSV (comma-separated values) file.
tk150 is a multiplatform programming and cloning utility for the portable Standard (Yaesu) VR-150 receiver. It can read the memory image from the radio, display the information graphically, and save it to a file. Memory channels may be exported to or imported from a .CSV (comma-separated values) file.