SQL Counter is a Roxen module that can be used as a replacement for the "accessed" tag that stores hits in an SQL database. It has serveral advantages over the standard Roxen tag. It features multi-server safety, allowing you to have a cluster of Roxen webservers that serve the same Web site. It allows you to check the counter statistics with a simple SQL query. The tag name is configurable as a runtime option. This module supports all the databases supported by Roxen.
CAMAS (CAudium Mail Access System) is a Webmail designed for the Caudium Webserver. It features IMAP support, MTA and MUA DSN, multiple mailboxes, delete, moving mail, filter, autofilter, drafts, etc. The user interface is generated from customizable templates. It includes a stateful IMAP client, with namespace and quota support. It also support several layers for authentication (LDAP, SQL, files), preferences (IMAP, files, SQL), and address books (IMAP, LDAP).
mod_vhs is an Apache 2.2+ Web server module allowing mass virtual hosting without the need for file-based configuration. The virtual host paths are translated from any database supported by mod_ldap or mod_dbd at request time from MySQL, LDAP, PAM, or a system password file. PHP security can be basically auto-configured from the database using this module. Requests are cached by mod_ldap when configured.
OpenVISP Admin is a fork of Postfix Admin. Its aim is to provide a unique ISP tool as a Web panel for end users, postmasters, and site administrator to manage their data. It allows site administrators to update amavisd-new values, spam-assassin values, greylisting, domains checks, and sender verification. It can also provide datacenter admins with a central point of access, by having APC Masterswitch configuration and access, hosting access requests, and PPTP access and statistics views.
Seems the project is now "Closed" source.
Source code is now unavailable and forge doen'et seems to be available.
Please remove "opensource" from the description and remove GPL a license, since as GPL user I cannot get the code.
Moved to Mac OS X... Why ?
I was a lover of Linux since it's old days (0.96.x kernel versions), I used and was pleased to do day to day admin and coding.
But kernels 2.4 was going out and my pleasure was less and less interressing : unstability, crashs, etc....
So I get a new platform for my servers : FreeBSD... It is really good... I think one of the more complete one.... but was rely on PC (yeah I know there is Linux on sparc, alpha, etc... as well as FreeBSD on alpha)... But PC are really bullshit unstable and really brain damaged hardware.
What is the result ? Crashs all the time, incompatibilities, locks, freezes and so on. I use mainly computer for developping software, but I cannot afford "fighthing" with hardware all the time.
Even if Un*x like systems like Linux or *BSD are good they still rely on x86 hardware that are still too mutch young and silly.
Mac OS X give me a clean and stable way to have :
- well looking hardware
- *SILENT* hardware
- stable hardware
When you get a iBook or a Powerbook machine that can get in "powersave" mode in 1 seconds and be up and ready to work in less than 2 seconds on x86 on <whatever> OS then, maybe I will swap for this OS.
By the way, OS X allows me to use those nasty things like all people use in work environment (even if I hate those beasts) : MS Office and so on.
Yeah there is good "alternatives" but in Real Work(tm) this cannot be used.