Calcurse is a text-based calendar and scheduling application. It helps keep track of events, appointments, and everyday tasks. A configurable notification system reminds the user of upcoming deadlines, and the curses based interface can be customized to suit user needs. All of the commands are documented within an online help system.
CiviCRM is relationship management software for the nonprofit and nongovernmental sectors. CiviCRM stores information on the universe of people associated with a nonprofit organization and on their interactions (such as emails, donations, petitions, and events). The technology is designed to be lightweight, extensible, core functionality that can both stand-alone as a simple contact management application and be easily integrated with a broad variety of technologies and applications (such as donation processing, fundraising, advocacy/GOTV, or event management).
CrossSync is a Web-based client/server configuration management platform. It provides a simple, easy to use, but powerful API platform for managing any number of heterogeneous Unix systems. Administrators can track configuration changes made anywhere across their network, simultaneously roll out new configurations to multiple servers, and restart services on many servers at once, even if they are running different operating systems. A light-weight agent application runs on each of the organization's servers to securely communicate with the CrossSync platform.
Duplicate Files Searcher is an application for finding and deleting duplicate files on your computer. It can also be used to calculate MD5 and SHA hashes. It has features such as manual files selection (giving the user full control over files to be deleted), byte for byte file comparison, file preview, several file comparison methods, and more.
HelloUsers is a Web application for communication between network administrators and users. It is like a notice board. It contains an extended administrative panel and assures that a news item from an administrator will be viewed by network users. It uses iptables to redirect Web traffic to a local HTTP server located on the network router.