The BID software was designed to apply business rules to your email traffic. Business information can come from business applications, monitoring applications, or normal users requesting or providing data. The goal of the BID tool is to automate the dispatching of this information and to join a business-case with a responsible receiver. A receiver can be a human being or another BID server customized for a special business-case. The BID server was designed as a generic server using plugins to serve specific business-rules.
The EnRus dictionary tools are TCL/Tk scripts for reading a textual (plain or compressed by gzip or bzip2) dictionary base and compiling new dictionary bases from plain text files. It consists of a few TCL console scripts and a Tk interface to them. It is configurable for different languages. The dictionary base may contain proper formatting and output procedures.
GetMeDone is a task manager in the spirit of Getting Things Done. It uses PostgreSQL as a backend and is written in Tcl/Tk. Currently only tested on Linux, it should be easy to extend to run on Mac OS and Windows. It features easy filtering of contexts, priorities, and time, advanced recurrent tasks, linking tasks to projects, deadlines, an ideas list, and the ability to defer tasks to future dates.
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.
Remind is a full-featured calendar/reminder program featuring sophisticated date calculation, moon phases, sunrise/sunset, Hebrew calendar, alarms, PostScript output, an X front-end, multilingual messages, and proper handling of holidays. It also includes scripts for making a nice WWW calendar server.
The Modular Application Engine (MAPE) allows programmers to write multi-tier applications in multiple programming languages, using different GUIs for the clients, and accessing multiple database systems. Whole applications are stored in the MAPE system catalog which is stored in a supported SQL database server. XML is used for application description. The applications are generally run on the server, but some parts can run on the client.
TkKasse is a cash desk (POS) software designed especially for use in restaurants. It runs on ordinary PCs that use cheap standard components, aside from a POS printer. It supports multiple simultaneous waiters, bills, and screens. This software has been tested and optimized on real waiters at a restaurant in Harz Mountains, Germany.