JPim is an email and contact management tool which offers auto-completion for recipient addresses, viewing of plain and HTML email, viewing of email headers, adding of attachments to email and saving attachments received, full contact management features, an easy to modify quick contact list, and the ability to reply to and forward email.
The OGR Simple Features Library is a C++ library providing read/write support for a variety of Geospatial (GIS) vector file formats including Shapefiles, Mapinfo MID/MIF and TAB, PostGIS, and Oracle Spatial. It attempts to follow an OpenGIS Simple Features geometry model, and use OpenGIS coordinate system standards. C and Python bindings are provided. It is a component of the GDAL project.
JunFa is a chinese chess engine compliant with the CXBoard v1 communication protocol. It is the first OSS bitboard-based Chinese Chess engine released to the public. Its methods of move generation and board representation make it fast and capable of evaluating multiple board states very quickly.
Open Systems Accounting Software (OSAS) is an accounting and business management system. It is designed to be easy to learn and use. It is best suited for companies ranging in size from small companies with 12 users or less to mid-market companies. It comes with many modules for accounting, distribution, and reporting.
Lua is a great programming language that prides itself on ANSI C portability, small size, simplicity, and ease of embedding. Due to these goals, the official Lua distribution cannot provide features common to popular stand-alone scripting languages. The goal of the LuaCheia project is to make a full-featured language based on Lua that makes it more usable as a stand-alone language.
PREDICT is a multi-user satellite tracking and orbital prediction program. It can provide a real-time display of data such as a spacecraft's sub-satellite point, azimuth and elevation headings, Doppler shift, path loss, slant range, orbital altitude, orbital velocity, footprint diameter, orbital phase (mean anomaly), squint angle, eclipse depth, the time and date of the next AOS (or LOS of the current pass), orbit number, and sunlight and visibility information.