Apache OpenMeetings is a multi-language customizable video-conferencing and collaboration system. It supports audio/video and allows you to see the desktop of any participant. It includes a whiteboard, the ability to import a variety of image formats, invitations, a moderation system, backup and language modules, private and public conference rooms, and the ability to record meetings. The project also provides integrations for Asterisk, Jira, Confluence, Moodle, Sakai, and SugarCRM, and connectors for LDAP and ADS.
Citizen Intelligence Agency is a project with the goal to increase the surveillance of Swedish parliament members. This will be done by analyzing the votes of each member of parliament and creating views related to the relations between them. It uses Maven, MySQL, JPA2, Spring 3.x, and Vaadin.
DataNucleus AccessPlatform is a standards-compliant Java persistence product. It is fully compliant with the JDO1, JDO2, JDO2.1, JDO2.2, JDO3, JPA1, JPA2 and JPA2.1 Java standards, and provides a REST API. It complies with the OGC Simple Feature Spec for persistence of geospatial Java types. It allows access to all popular RDBMS available today, together with the MongoDB, LDAP, NeoDatis, JSON, Excel/ODF spreadsheets, XML, BigTable, HBase, and Neo4j databases.
Google Calendar Chrome Extension adds a button to your browser toolbar that displays a preview of your calendar while you're navigating. (works on any page). If you're on certain sites where it detects the presence of events, the icon changes to a green "+". Clicking that icon lets you add the event to your Google Calendar, and shows you a Map (if there's a location it could detect.) Supported sites include Facebook, Evite, and any site that uses the hCalendar microformat or derivative microformats such as hResume.
Keyczar is a cryptographic toolkit designed to make it easier and safer for developers to use cryptography in their applications. It supports authentication and encryption with both symmetric and asymmetric keys. Cryptography is easy to get wrong. Developers can choose improper cipher modes, use obsolete algorithms, compose primitives in an unsafe manner, or fail to anticipate the need for key rotation. Keyczar abstracts some of these details by choosing safe defaults, automatically tagging outputs with key version information, and providing a simple programming interface.