Eric is a full featured Python and Ruby editor and IDE, written in Python. It is based on the cross platform Qt GUI toolkit, integrating the highly flexible Scintilla editor control. It is designed to be usable as an everyday quick and dirty editor as well as being usable as a professional project management tool, integrating many advanced features that Python offers the professional coder. Eric includes a plug-in system, which allows easy extension of the IDE functionality with plug-ins downloadable from the net. Current stable versions are Eric4 based on Qt4 and Python 2 and Eric5 based on Python 3 and Qt4.
Alexandria is a GNOME application to help manage a book collection. It retrieves book information (including cover pictures) from several online libraries, allows you to search for a book (either by EAN/ISBN, title, authors, or keyword), can import and export data into ONIX, Tellico, and EAN/ISBN-list formats, generates Web pages from your libraries, allows marking your books as loaned, saves data using the YAML format, features an HIG-compliant user interface, shows books in different views that can be filtered or sorted, and handles book rating and notes.
rwdschedule is a little event database program using flat files. It can list events, store events, and edit, rename, and delete events. FTP can be used to sync events with multiple systems. ICS files can be created. Context help is sent on some screens. It should run without changes on all platforms. It is an rwdtinker program and can take additional plugins.
rwdtinker is the core application for a Ruby application framework using the RubyWebDialogs GUI. It provides a system for developing programs, and uses a Web-based interface. It allows a developer to combine and create applets to implement an application. It features built-in bug report submission, remote control with UDP ports, a test framework, and context-sensitive help.
FAVS is an engine for setting up a Web site that allows teachers to display content from their pupils' blogs at their Web sites, and lets the students vote the best posts and check the results, with just one simple HTML tag. After signing up, the engine gives a teacher an HTML tag that can be placed at the teacher's blog or Web site. The students will be able to join the teacher's FAVS and, from then on, their posts will appear at the teacher's site.
Estimer is a Redmine plugin that allows you to estimate your software projects. It can calculate two types of software estimations: function point estimations (IFPUG) and use case estimations. Function point estimations are software estimations based on function points. A function point is a unit of measurement to express the amount of business functionality that the information system provides to users. Use case estimations are software estimations based on use cases and actors.
Crabgrass is social networking, group collaboration, and network organizing Web application. It consists of a solid suite of group collaboration tools such as private wikis, task lists, a file repository, and decision making tools. Work is currently being done on a large user interface overhaul, better social networking tools, blogs, and event calendars, as well as better support for collaboration and decision making among independent groups.
Shapado is a multi-topic and multi-language question-and-answer Web site service à la StackOverFlow where users can vote on questions and answers and receive karma. Unlike StackOverFlow, people can ask questions on various topic by picking a category (science, programming, business, politics, etc.). It is also possible to subscribe to categories or groups of categories.
RiskMNGT is a Redmine plugin that allows you to manage risks and incidents in your projects. You can define a risk or incident from its description, type, impact, probability, exposure level, owner, mitigation strategy, and contingency strategy. You can control the traceability between your risks and new requests for change, tasks and your code. In conjunction with the RequMNGT Redmine requirement management plugin, you could relate the risks to the different artifacts of your software project: feature, requirement, use case, classes, test case, etc. A database of risks and incidents can be defined for reusing best practice mitigation strategies.