comedi2py feeds data from a data acquisition board into Python by using call-back functions. The goal was to make this as easy as possible, hiding all the complexity of the asynchronous acquisition in comedi2py and providing the Python program simply with an array of the sampled data at a given sampling rate. The program has been tested with the USB-DUX boards, but should also run with any other COMEDI supported data acquisition board.
WebVirtMgr is a libvirt-based Web interface for managing virtual machines. It allows you to create and configure new domains, and adjust a domain's resource allocation. A VNC viewer over a SSH tunnel presents a full graphical console to the guest domain. KVM is currently the only hypervisor supported.
BookONO eBook Manager is an e-book manager and convertor designed as a compliment to Calibre. It is not a rewrite of Calibre, but instead an alternative product which makes some different design decisions. It uses Calibre to do a lot of the heavy lifting, so despite being an independent application, it is considered complimentary to Calibre.
Core-Admin is an extensible solution for server and device administration that integrates into a single solution powerful administration panels, an external and highly detailed internal checking engine, and an event notification system that will allow you to track the state of all systems connected to a central console to the minute.
Hatohol collects monitoring information from various monitoring systems and shows their integrated data on one screen. This enables the user to consolidate monitoring centers and operators even when monitored devices are being used in different places or with different monitoring software.
BURDShell is a shell with common commands to help the developer manage and speed up their common tasks. It manages sites, databases, repos, backups, and apps. Once set up, the developer can enjoy the speed of setting up projects with the assurance of fast, restorable version controlled backups.
pyforward is a GTK+ front-end to three core Linux technologies that make it possible to turn your computer into a WiFi access point in infrastructure mode. It uses iptables to enable routing of your requests, dnsmasq to assign IP addresses using DHCP, and hostapd to configure WiFi access to your machine in infrastructure mode.