VerliHub is a Direct Connect server (HUB) for Linux. It features banlists for IP addresses, nicks, and hosts, temporary or permanent bans, the ability to register users for a hierarchy of 2 non-op and 4 opertor levels, MySQL data storage, and the ability to change some settings at runtime. It consumes minimal CPU resources and quite moderate RAM resources. Users that are registered for a VerliHub server gain a few advantages. For example, the user won't be affected by an IP address ban that was set against another user who shares the same IP address.
Verona is a portable VOIP toolkit based on eXosip, oSIP, oRTP, curl, and ffmpeg. The toolkit includes a phApi module, which is a high level VOIP API that allows a developer to create voice/video over IP applications in a dozen lines of code. It includes an example of a minimalistic SIP user agent that supports audio and video transmission. The toolkit is basically the VOIP engine used by the openwengo project.
VersyPDF is a set of the high-quality, industry-strength PDF libraries that meet the requirements of very demanding and diverse applications. It is compatible with a lot of operating systems and programming languages. The supported programming languages are C/C++, Delphi, .NET, Perl, and PHP.
Vi Input Manager patches the Cocoa Text System to add a Vi-like command mode. After entering command mode, ordinary Vi commands can be typed, and the text field will be updated accordingly. Essentially, this adds Vi command functionality (albeit a small subset) to any (and all) text editors that use the Cocoa Text system (Safari, TeXShop, XCode, etc.). Note, however, this does not work for other programs that do not use the Cocoa system. All the text windows will initialize in "input" mode (standard Cocoa Text input). You invoke the Vi command window (exit the input mode) by hitting "`", then enter your favorite Vi commands. You go back to "input" mode by typing "i".
ViTables is a graphical browser for HDF5 and PyTables databases. It can open arbitrarily large files and browse their data and metadata in a variety of ways. Its capabilities include easy navigation through the data hierarchy, displaying of real data and its associated metadata, and simple yet powerful browsing of multidimensional data.
The VideoLAN Server (VLS) can stream MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4 files, DVDs, digital satellite channels, digital terrestial television channels, and live videos on a network in unicast or multicast. A VideoLAN Client (VLC) or a set top box can receive the stream, decode, and display it.