RampidAds is a powerfull, scalable ad-serving solution. It supports image, popup, and HTML ads in any size. It has the ability to ad unlimited publishers, advertisers, campaigns, banners, and adtypes. Advanced caching systems allow up to 300 million ad views a month, and you can cycle network ads (popupsponsor, adtegritry, 24/7, burst, fastclick) along with your own campaigns.
Retail Auto Auction provides a complete network-based Point-of-Sale software solution for an auto auction company. The program currently interfaces with a MySQL database and it can be installed on any number of machines that act as clients and connect to the database. In addition to tracking buyers/consignors, vehicles, and sales, the program includes powerful and extensible reporting capabilities. For instance, reports on buyer participation, vehicle history, car lists, etc. are available and can be exported use with a spreadsheet. Contract printouts are generated for a dot matrix printer suitable for triplicate form printing. Retail Auto Auction is written in Python and Qt.
The FIX message viewer is a set of Ruby scripts that parse FIX (Financial Information eXchange protocol) messages to display them in a more human-readable format. The viewer can only parse FIX messages in a file or from STDIN. It also expects a full FIX message on each line. The FIX message can be prepended with a timestamp, but this will be ignored. The output is colored to make it easier to read, and the MsgType field is highlighted. The log viewer works on the command line only, and requires that Ruby is installed.
SAGU, which is a portuguese acronym for "Sistema Aberto de Gestão Unificada", was originaly designed to automate all of what that happens between a student and their Educational Institution. This relationship happens at the academic, financial and administrative levels, and SAGU has subsystems dedicated to these levels. SAGU can be tailored to fit the needs of any Educational Institution.
SGQI is a print quota system for CUPS. It features per-printer user and group quotas, automated popup messages to users, and a Web application that lets users access print quota usage reports with a complete job history. Users, groups, printers, and quotas are all administered through the Web.