GtkEveMon is a skill monitoring stand-alone application for GNU/Linux systems. It is written in C++ and uses GTK for the GUI. You can monitor your current skills and your skill training process without starting EVE-Online, but (of course) you still need a working Internet connection.
Catalyzer is a powerful and flexible cataloging system that lets you easily organize and maintain structured records about almost anything. It gives you menus, lists, file selectors, buttons, and many more options to let you set up structures to make information entry as efficient and reliable as possible. Operating in server mode, it can expose catalogs and, optionally, the files they refer to across the Web.
NUTSS (NAT, URIs, Tunnels, SIP, and STUNT) is a network architecture that combines data-decoupled signaling and data-coupled signaling to establish Internet flows. The goal is to enable intermediary systems like firewalls and NATs, which can intercept the signals, to discover the intent of a network connection. The intermediaries can then facilitate the connection setup or enforce other policies.
Live2u is a professional, feature-rich chat tool that is used to interact live, one-on-one with a site's visitors. Features include Web site visitor tracking and inviting users to chat, intelligent call distribution and queueing, session length indicators, customizable interfaces (skins), transparent operator monitoring, Web-based administration, support for operator groups and departments, international language support, 128-bit chat text encryption, HTML form share (to help users fill out web forms), co-browsing (remotely control users' browser sessions), the ability to push and exchange Web pages and documents, pre-loaded URL and phrase lists, 'other user is typing' alerts, an integrated CRM user database, user and chat session categorization and search, sound and visual alerts, F-Key shortcuts, email chat session transcripts, the ability to transfer users between operators, color coordinated user names and chat text, and more!
The Framework for Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) was implemented to demonstrate the ease with which a Java application may be designed to access a source code repository using a relational query language, such as SQL. The design was made general enough to accommodate easy access to virtually any data source. The framework supports parsing of the SQL query along with calculations supported within the SQL 92 standard specifications. Access to the data source is performed through the creation of a specific plug-in.