The Clusutils package contains programs to assist researchers in their study of data clustering problems and algorithms. The clusgen program generates artificial data sets. The cluscomp program compares partitions of a data set, and returns an index (between plus/minus 1) which is a measure of the correspondence of the partitions with each other.
mod_auth_cache transparently caches an authentication originally done by a different module. The aim of this module is to speed up complex authentication mechanisms, to reduce database traffic if authenticating thru a backend database, and to implement some sort of authentication reliability if the database server fails. As the caching is completely transparent (done by the webserver), you don't have to change or implement new functions in your existing applications. The module only caches a users authentication and not a users access permissions, which can still be controlled by a different module.
The Carbon Framework is a set of core functionality and a model for building lightweight technical services in Java. It is designed for enterprise solutions where robust components with flexible management and consistent configuration are required. The foundation of Carbon is an XML-based configuration service that supports a namespace of strongly-typed and editable configuration data. Technical components like cache services or schedulers can be deployed and managed through Carbon's configuration service and are easily replaced. The management capabilities are provided though JMX, facilitating the maintenance and monitoring of services.
UnlimitedFTP Commander is a secure FTP client that works from the commandline or a script file. UnlimitedFTP script files support all of the popular FTP commands to control the application. These include over 50 commands, including "login to an FTP server", "change remote folders", "update, replace, or delete folders and files", and "transfer files back and forth". UnlimitedFTP Commander supports various methods of securing file transfers, including SFTP, FTPS, and HTTPS tunneling.
Rummy Pong is a mouse-driven browser game that features the ability for the player to score against the computer (and vice-versa) with color and number sequences, similar to the ones found in the card game Rummy. The player with the highest score is the winner after a certain point difference between scores is reached. Good reflexes and looking ahead always help, but the speed of the ball is adjustable via the keyboard.