KaiView is a GUI toolkit/framework for writing applications using the TOM programming language. Based on a vector-oriented drawing layer using libart and freetype2, it provides a widget layer with subject/view separation, forms loaded from XML files, live updates to the GUI, Unicode support, abstract manipulator classes, antialiased everything, and a lot more.
GENDIST (the Linux Distribution Generator) allows you to easily create your own special distribution. It creates a makefile-based build system for your distribution, and helps you to automate the following three tasks: maintaining your root filesystem, maintaining your "CD filesystem" (in case you create a bootable CD), and packaging everything on media.
Habitat is an application and system monitoring system which captures, stores, and visualises table-based time series data. Monitor probes exist for Linux and Solaris with Windows and others coming soon. It has a command line interface, a fast GUI client for graphical visualisation, and a simple format for extending data capture in the agent. It can access data from its peers directly, by file sharing, or with the use of a separate central archiving repository to scale to installations of significant size.
@1 Table Publisher allows you to create, edit, and display Microsoft Excel or Access tables directly via a Web browser. It allows you to create tables from scratch, import MS-Excel/Access tables, or use existing data files on servers. It has support for master login and sub-user login. It also allows two-way import/export to/from MS-Excel/Access data files.
myqslBind manages clusters of ISC BIND 9 name servers. It has support for unlimited views, secondary only zones, unlimited masters, hidden masters, and slave name servers. It has template-based end-user and admin interface programs for your Web 2.0 interface. It uses a company contact role permissions model. It is very stable. It is not a MySQL DNS server, but a static configuration model from a MySQL replication cluster. It has a technical schema based back-office for ISP MySQL developers.
JTreeProfiler is a multithreaded Java Profiler with support for Linux, Solaris, and Win32. The result is displayed in a nice TreeMap viewer to locate your time-consuming functions. The results are stored in XML, so they can be formatted by any XML-Tool, like JavaTemplates. The complete methodtraces are recorded for further analysis.