vtiger CRM is a Web-based customer relationship management (CRM) software. It was developed over SugarCRM (SPL 1.1.2), with sales force automation (SFA) features. It allows sales people to manage their valuable accounts, contacts, and opportunities effectively. It can also be used to track daily tasks, meetings, and email messages smoothly. Installation is hassle-free, and the intuitive user interface enhances the user experience.
vtwatch automatically switches the active virtual console on your Linux system in a loop, acting as a virtual terminal surveillance monitor. The speed at which they switch is configurable, and it is possible to input a search string, which you are notified about if it is found on a console.
vvvP (Virtual Volumes View Photo Edition) catalogs photographs on removable devices and hard disks at the same time. Images can also be arranged in a single virtual filesystem. Each folder of this filesystem can contain images from many disks. The program allows you to view image thumbnails and full images.
vxargs provides parallel versions of any arbitrary command, including ssh, rsync, scp, wget, and curl. One reason to use it is to control a large set of machines in a wide-area network or a big cluster. The main features are parallelism (for running many jobs at the same time), flexibility, visualization (users can monitor the total and per-job progress in a curses-based UI), and redirection, in which stdout and stderr of each individual job are redirected to files for further analysis.
vxref provides integration of the xref tool into vim. The xref tool is a cross referencing and refactoring tool with a free version available that parses C and Java code, and a paid version that parses C++. vxref brings solid auto-completion (as opposed to all sorts of flakey varieties such as omni-complete) and accurate code browsing with scope information to vim.
vzhaipd (scoyo's Virtuozzo/OpenVZ HA IP Daemon) is a set of mount/umount Container scripts for Parallels Virtuozzo or OpenVZ that will make sure a HA IP is always present on one of two or more Containers. You can think of it as the poor man's VRRP for Virtuozzo and OpenVZ Containers. Use it for general service availability, software load-balancer failover, etc.