Logistics Mobile Web is a platform that issues and tracks deliveries in real time using email and the Web. Delivery orders contain the order title, a Web link, and a QR code that can be accessed through mobile devices to log delivery status. Each update to the order includes the time, location, status, and proof of delivery sign off/note.
gauger is a lightweight performance recording and monitoring tool, aimed at detecting regressions (or sudden impovements) in any measurable metric. It is mainly intended for software development, but can be used for other purposes such as network monitoring or meteorological logging. It collects measurments made by a number of clients (potentially behind firewalls) on a central server and allows you to visualize and analyze the data later. It offers a central log server, Python, Java, and C interfaces for the clients, and a Web interface to browse the data. It allows you to view graphs of the data per host or per metric, selecting the desired ranges and sizes, and allows you to download the data in a gnuplot script for further processing.
Koha Live CD is a live CD version of Koha ILS on Ubuntu. The CD can boot live with Koha running in RAM, or it can be installed to hard drive for production use. Koha is fully functional in either case. No Internet connection is required. Zebra and public Z39.50 server are enabled. It comes with all language packs on the CD.
ZEG, which stands for "Zero Effort Groupware", is a virtual appliance of SOGo intended to provide a complete out-of-the-box testing environment. SOGo is a collaboration suite (or groupware) with speed and scalability in mind. It offers calendaring, address book management, and a full-featured Webmail client along with resource sharing and permission handling. It also makes use of documented standards (CalDAV, CardDAV and GroupDAV, vCard, and vCalendar/iCalendar) and thereby enables the use of many clients and the reuse of any existing infrastructure. The appliance is prepared to be imported in VirtualBox but can also used in VMWare.
OmniComment is a small script to that enables a Webmaster to add comments to any page. The idea is to include a call to the script in the appropriate page, using an SSI statement. The script will write out the appropriate HTML containing a link to the comments already posted for this page and a form to post new comments. In principle this is similar to Gentle Comment, except it's more lightweight: it uses a flat directory and normal files to store the comment (as opposed to a MySQL database), so it is not appropriate if your Web site receives thousand of comments a minute. Another difference is that all configuration happens in a text file, and there is no Web interface to perform administration. OmniComment generates an ATOM feed that follows publication of comments anywhere in the site.