WARP uses the abstractions in WebFace to create a facility where multiple pages can share the same control mechanism. For instance, show_log1.php can use the "index.php?WRP001X1_sortorder=0" component of the GET request, while free_space.php can use "&WRP002X2_disk=3". It does this, primarily, by replacing the Web_Ctrl feature to build custom links for each "applet". Each applet is the name for the various server-side files that handle application-specific functionality.
phpBB is a popular discussion forum system. The JumpBox for phpBB allows anyone to be up and running with this system in under a minute on any OS. Its self-contained nature makes it perfect for offline development, and the backup/restore feature simplifies the process of upgrading to newer versions.
The Mylyn Connector for Origo integrates the Origo issue tracker into Eclipse. It features issue creation and editing directly inside Eclipse, task list integration with filtering support, rich editing features (including content assist for tags and a preview for wiki formatted text), support for custom queries (e.g. "my open bugs" or "wiki related bugs"), and issue change notifications. This is achieved by providing a connector for the extensible Mylyn framework.
JumpBox for Redmine is a virtual machine with a pre-installed instance of Redmine, a project management and issue tracking system for software developers. Redmine provides many of the features in Trac plus support for multiple projects, role based access control, time tracking functionality, Gantt charts, a calendar view, and user self-registration. It includes tight integration with Subversion, and the JumpBox includes everything you need.
QuBit is a library to support quantum superpositions in C++. This allows each variable of the CQuBit type to hold a number of different values at the same time. Normal mathematical operations can be performed on a QuBit, but they affect every value in the QuBit, at the same time. Binary operations on two QuBits cause a result based on every possible outcome.