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    June 10, 2003                                          DEVELOPER SERIES  

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OpenEJB 0.9.2 released

    The 0.9.2 release is one that the whole team is quite proud of. OpenEJB
    0.9.0 marked are first release with special Tomcat embedded support.
    Thanks to all the user feedback that support has just gotten better and
    better. The 0.9.2 release contains a neat surprise for OpenEJB/Tomcat
    users -- TOOLS! The new integration features a webapp with a setup
    verifier, JNDI browser, EJB viewer, Class browser, and even an Object
    invoker! You can browse the OpenEJB namespace and know right away
    exactly where the ejb is and what it is called. When you find one you
    like, just click it and it will open up into the EJB viewer. While
    there you can check out it's home, remote and bean classes in the class
    browser. The Object invoker allows you to actually create and invoke
    your EJBs without writing a single line of code. OpenEJB 0.9.2 also
    contains a new openejb.base variable to complement the openejb.home
    variable. The openejb.base variable allows you to have several
    configurations of OpenEJB all running against the same OpenEJB install.
    This makes using OpenEJB in IDEs like Eclipse or NetBeans even easier.
    Move the openejb_loader-0.9.2.jar into your project's lib directory,
    set the openejb.base, and you'll be debugging your EJB apps
    front-to-back without the need for remote debugging support or special
    editor plug-ins. Thanks to all the OpenEJB users for all the great
    ideas! You speak, we listen.

LTI-Lib Version Beta 1.9.3 released

    LTI-Lib is an object oriented computer vision library written in C++
    for Windows/MS-VC++ and Linux/gcc. It provides lots of functionality to
    solve mathematical problems, many image processing algorithms, some
    classification tools and much more. This release provides new functors
    and features, many bug fixes and more documentation. Download --------
    You can get this and previous releases from:
    https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=45767 Homepage
    -------- For more information please visit our homepage:
    http://ltilib.sourceforge.net ChangeLog --------- For more details
    about the changes in this release please visit the ChangeLog page at:
    Acknowledgments --------------- Thanks to all developers at the Chair
    of Computer Science: Suat Akyol, Pablo Alvarado, Daniel Beier, Axel
    Berner, Ulrich Canzler, Peter Doerfler, Thomas Erger, Holger
    Fillbrandt, Peter Gerber, Claudia, Goenner, Xin Gu, Michael Haehnel,
    Christian Harte, Bastian Ibach, Torsten Kaemper, Thomas Krueger,
    Frederik Lange, Henning Luepschen, Peter Mathes, Alexandros Matsikis,
    Bernd Mussman, Jens Paustenbach, Norman Pfeil, Jens Rietzschel, Daniel
    Ruijters, Thomas Rusert, Stefan Syberichs, Guy Wafo Moudhe, Ruediger
    Weiler, Jochen Wickel , Benni Winkler, Xinghan Yu, Marius Wolf, Joerg

Gallery v1.3.4 Release Candidate 2 available

    Gallery v1.3.4 Release Candidate 2 - This is the second (and, we fully
    expect, final) *release candidate* for Gallery v.1.3.4. Changes from
    RC1 essentially amount to small fixes for errors discovered since the
    first release candidate in the backup_albums.php script and the new
    "custom fields" code. Gallery is slick, intuitive web based photo
    gallery with authenticated users and privileged albums. Easy to
    install, configure and use. Photo management includes automatic
    thumbnails, resizing, rotation, etc. User privileges make this great
    for communities. Download it:
    http://sf.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=7130 Read more about this
    release candidate: http://gallery.sf.net/article.php?sid=75 

phpwsBB 0.1.0 released

    phpwsBB is a native bulletin board module for the phpWebSite content
    management system, version 0.9.2 or later. Today we release version
    0.1.0 of phpwsBB. Features include anonymous posting, message editing
    and deletion for registered users, thread locking and message forking
    for admins, and ... well that's probably it. Be sure you have the
    latest version of phpWebSite installed: http://phpwebsite.appstate.edu
    and then download phpwsbb from: http://phpwsbb.sourceforge.net. 

Aleph One 2003-05-30 Mac OS X Carbon and Windows releases

    Aleph One plays Marathon 2, Marathon Infinity, and third-party content
    on a wide array of platforms with numerous enhancements. The new Mac OS
    X Carbon and Windows SDL 2003-05-30 releases add significantly improved
    Internet play, Lua scripting, Speex compression for realtime network
    audio (making it much more practical in Internet games), an anisotropic
    filtering option on video cards that support it, and more. 

Jabber Gathers Steam In Australia

    [0]Jeremy Lunn writes "Jabber is on a rolling start in Australia with
    this article featured in The Age in Melbourne (and the Sydney Morning
    Herald) '[1]Jabbering classes push for more power' and the formation of
    [2]Jabber Australia." 
    0. http://www.austux.net/
    1. http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2003/06/09/1055010918536.html
    2. http://www.jabber.org.au/

Linux Rocket Blasts Off This Fall

    [0]HardcoreGamer writes "An Oregon amateur rocket group, the
    [1]Portland State Aerospace Society, plans to [2]launch a Linux-powered
    rocket weighing 12 pounds to 55,000 feet at a speed of Mach 3 in
    September, Wired News reports. The rocket's onboard computer is an AMD
    586 processor and a Jumptec MOPS/520 PC/104+ board along with a power
    supply, a PCMCIA card carrier for an 802.11b card to transmit data to
    the ground, and a carrier board for a 128-MB CompactFlash card for
    long-term storage. The flight computer runs a stripped-down version of
    Debian Linux, with the 2.4.20 Linux kernel. The group will present a
    [3]paper ([4]HTML | [5]PDF ) on the use of free software in rocketry at
    [6]Usenix 2003. The real question is whether their network card will
    survive 10 seconds at 15 Gs!" 
    1. http://twiki.psas.pdx.edu/bin/view/PSAS/PsasHome
    2. http://wired.com/news/culture/0,1284,59144,00.html
    3. http://twiki.psas.pdx.edu/bin/view/PSAS/Usenix2003Paper
    4. http://psas.pdx.edu/psas/usenix_2003/psas.html
    5. http://psas.pdx.edu/psas/usenix_2003/psas.pdf
    6. http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix03

UCITA Stalled At State Level

    [0]OscarGunther writes "Four states have passed anti-UCITA laws and
    Massachusetts may soon become the fifth. Meanwhile, only two states
    have adopted the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, which
    gives software vendors all the benefits and none of the burdens of the
    consequences of publishing their software. The [1]details can be found
    at ComputerWorld and an [2]opinion piece by Frank Hayes can be found
    0. mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
    1. http://www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/story/0,10801,81812,00.html

Foundstone Shoe On Other Foot

    [0]Cimmer writes "One of the premier hack shops (to pun or not to pun)
    gets busted for unethically ethically hacking. After filing a lawsuit
    against former employee JD Glaser for supposedly [1]jacking company
    source code, Foundstone[2] gets nailed for massive internal software
    piracy. Tonight's entree: Foot in Mouth." 
    0. mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
    1. http://www.securityfocus.com/columnists/122
    2. http://www.fortune.com/fortune/technology/articles/0,15114,457276,00html

AAC Put To The Test

    [0]technology is sexy writes "Following the increasing popularity of
    AAC in [1]online music stores and the growing amount of implementations
    in software and [2]hardware, the format is now being put to the test.
    How well does Apple's implementation fare against [3]Ahead Nero,
    Sorenson or the Open Source [4]FAAC at the popular bitrate of 128kbps?
    Find out for yourself and help by submitting the results. You can find
    instructions on how to participate [5]here. The best AAC codec gets to
    face MP3, MP3Pro, Vorbis, MusePack and WMA in the next test.
    [6]Previous test results at 64kbps [7]can be found here." 
    0. mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] minus poet
    1. http://www.apple.com/music/store/
    2. http://www.nokia.com/nokia/0,4879,126,00.html
    3. http://www.ahead.de/
    4. http://www.audiocoding.com/
    6. http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=02/07/30/0328223&tid=141
    7. http://ff123.net/64test/results.html

SuSE Linux Desktop 1.0 Reviewed

    [0]LinuxLasVegas writes "SuSE [1]announced a new release today titled
    "[2]SuSE Linux Desktop 1.0". The distro is built on SuSE Linux
    Enterprise Server 8.x technology and comes with Crossover Office 2.0.
    Mad Penguin has the [3]first review of this release. From what I read,
    it seems like a good release, but for the $600 price tag, I'm not sure
    if it would be worth the jump..." 
    0. http://www.thewaxmonkey.com
    1. http://www.suse.com/us/company/press/press_releases/archive03/sld.html
    2. http://www.suse.com/us/business/products/sld/
    3. http://madpenguin.org/article.php?sid=255&mode=thread&order=0

Inappropriate Spam Reaching Children?

    [0]peeweejd writes "Wired has an article stating that four out of five
    children [1]receive inappropriate spam e-mail touting get-rich-quick
    schemes, and almost half receive spam linking to pornographic
    materials. Should spammers be held responsible for the spams they send
    out? Can someone sue a spammer for offering to sell 'adult only'
    items/services to children?" There are more details from [2]survey
    originator Symantec's press release - and yes, Symantec does sell mail
    filtering software. 
    0. mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
    1. http://wired.com/news/culture/0,1284,59164,00.html
    2. http://www.symantec.com/press/2003/n030609a.html

Implementing WiFi in the Real World

    John Jorsett writes "Seduced by the siren song of wireless access
    throughout the home, many a user has experienced the discrepancy
    between the manufacturer's advertised claims (150 feet indoors, 300
    outside) and real-world implementation (the living room and upstairs
    bedroom may as well be on different continents). In steely-eyed
    determination to exercise his inalienable right to network access
    anywhere on his property, MSN author Paul Boutin hired a Wi-Fi engineer
    [0]to help him bathe his property in 802.11 waves, using only
    mass-market consumer hardware." 
    0. http://slate.msn.com/id/2084046/

Why Johnny Can't Handwrite

    [0]theodp writes "Handwriting experts fear that the wild popularity of
    e-mail and IM, particularly among kids, [1]could erase cursive within a
    few decades. With 90 percent of Americans between the ages of 5 and 17
    using computers, it's not uncommon for kids to type 20-30 WPM by the
    time they leave elementary school. Keyboards, joysticks and cell-phone
    touch pads have ruined kids' ability to hold a pencil properly, let
    alone write legibly, says the former president of the International
    Association of Master Penmen, Engrossers and Teachers of Handwriting." 
    0. mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
    1. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/06/09/national/main557572.shtml

Which Red Hat Should Be Worn in the Enterprise?

    [0]weatherbug asks: "I've recently been appointed as a member of a team
    to help determine the direction our organization is headed with Red Hat
    Linux. Currently we're using multiple versions from Red Hat 6.x through
    Advance Server 2.1. However, now that Red Hat has effectively separated
    their distributions into a 'consumer' (Red Hat 8,9, etc) and
    'enterprise' (Red Hat Adv. Server 2.x, etc), we aren't sure which
    version we want to adopt. A Red Hat salesman recently told us that the
    'consumer' version of Red Hat was mostly for hackers and hobbyists who
    weren't concerned about stability and wanted the most up-to-date
    software, while the 'enterprise' version would be more stable and have
    a five-year product lifetime. As a long time Linux system
    administrator, I feel that this is a sales tactic and that there really
    is no compelling reason for us to ever use the 'enterprise' version.
    After all, it is Linux and it is open source, and we have enough
    in-house talent to not need Red Hat support. Why would we ever need or
    care about a five-year product lifetime? Am I wrong, and if so, could
    you set us straight? We'd be interested to know what other large
    organizations have decided to do." 
    0. mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

3D Battle Go 1 

    3D Battle Go is a 3D arcade version of the ancient Chinese board game
    Go. It expands Go using a tetrahedral lattice structure that is similar
    enough in certain aspects to a 2D grid that the game is fun and
    playable, but definately not isomorphic to the 2d structure. It uses
    OpenGL and works much better with a 3D graphics card. 

adcfw-log 0.8.2 

    adcfw-log is a tool for analyzing firewall logs in order to extract
    meaningful information. It is designed to be a standalone script with
    very few requirements that can generate different kinds of reports,
    such as fully formatted reports of what had been logged, with summaries
    by source or destination host, the type of service, or protocol. There
    are also options to filter the input data by date, host, protocol,
    service, and so on. 

ANTLR plugin for Eclipse 1.0.4 

    This project adds plugins for the lexer/parser generator ANTLR to the
    Eclipse platform. The plugins provide a grammar file editor with syntax
    highlighting, outline view and a project nature with incremental

Bitstream Vera TrueType font RPM 1 

    The Bitstream Vera TrueType font RPM installs the Vera font in
    /usr/share/fonts and symlinks it into the OpenOffice font directory. It
    automatically makes the fonts recognizable by the system, and sets it
    as the default font for Sans and Sans-Serif font types. 

Blassic 0.5.7 

    Blassic is a classic Basic interpreter. The line numbers are mandatory,
    and it has PEEK & POKE. The main goal is to execute programs
    written in old interpreters, but it can be used as a scripting

BRL 2.2 

    BRL is a language designed for server-side WWW-based applications,
    particularly database applications. It is based on Scheme, which makes
    the syntax extremely simple yet powerful. This implementation is a Java
    Servlet using the Kawa Scheme compiler. 

cacti 0.8.1 (Development)

    Cacti is a complete frontend to RRDTool. It stores all of the necessary
    information to create graphs and populate them with data in a MySQL
    database. The frontend is completely PHP driven. Along with being able
    to maintain graphs, data sources, and round robin archives in a
    database, Cacti also handles the data gathering. There is SNMP support
    for those used to creating traffic graphs with MRTG. 

Cewolf 0.9 beta1 

    Cewolf can be used inside a Servlet/JSP-based Web application to embed
    complex graphical charts of all kinds (e.g. line, pie, bar chart,
    plots, etc.) into a Web page. It provides a full-featured tag library
    to define all properties of the chart (colors, strokes, legend, etc.),
    thus the JSP which embedds the chart is not polluted with any Java
    code. Everything is described with XML-compliant tags. 

cglib 1.0 

    cglib is a set of utility classes that can be used to generate and load
    Java classes at runtime. 

Civil 0.82 

    Civil is a cross-platform, turnbased, networked strategy game that
    allows players to take part in scenarios set during the American Civil
    war. It simulates battles on a company level (a company is roughly 100

COMMpositeur 030609 

    COMMpositeur is a simple document management system implemented as a
    collection of modules for the phpGroupWare application framework. It
    helps electronic journals to manage metadata about articles and to
    automate the generation of published formats (HTML and PDF) from
    articles in a raw format (RTF) using external tools. 

CvsKnit 0.9.9 

    CvsKnit is a CVS automation suite to knit up various CVS repositories
    from existing source packages. This may be useful for starting revision
    management with CVS, figuring out when a file had been added, modified,
    or removed, or for browsing source diffs or annotating between packages
    via a Web interface. 

D Parser 1.2 

    The D Parser is a scannerless GLR parser generator based on the Tomita
    algorithm. It is self-hosted and very easy to use. Grammars are written
    in a natural style of EBNF and regular expressions and support both
    speculative and final actions. 

DB_DataContainer 0.12.0 

    DB_DataContainer is a PEAR-compliant database persistence layer and
    data encapsulation class. It encapsulates the behavior required to make
    objects persistent, including loading, saving, and deleting objects in
    a persistent store. It currently supports relational databases and uses
    PEAR DB for database abstraction. 


    DSPAM is a server-side anti-spam agent for UNIX email servers. It
    masquerades as the email server's local delivery agent and
    filters/learns SPAM using a Bayesian statistical approach which
    provides an administratively maintenance-free, self-learning Anti-Spam
    service. Each email is broken down into its most interesting tokens,
    each assigned a spam probability. All probabilities are then combined
    to produce a statistical probability of spam. This approach, applied to
    a mature corpus of email, has the potential to yield a 99.5% success
    rate with only 0.03% chance of false positives. 

Ebotula 0.1.7 

    Ebotula is an IRC bot for administration tasks in one or more channels.
    He has four access levels. The top level is the bot master. In this
    level have a user complete acces of all functions. The next level is
    the channel owner. He is the administrator in one channel. The other
    both are friends and other users. The bot is a multithread applikation
    and can execute simultaneously more commands. The data are contained in
    gdbm hash files. 

Echo Web Application Framework 1.0 

    Echo is a framework for developing object-oriented, event-driven Web
    applications in Java. Echo removes the developer from having to think
    in terms of "page-based" applications and enables him/her to
    develop applications using the conventional object-oriented and
    event-driven paradigm for user interface development. Knowledge of
    HTML, HTTP, and JavaScript is not required. Tutorials, white papers,
    and full API documentation are available. 

EJBSpaces Alpha 4 

    EJBSpaces is an implementation of Sun's JavaSpaces, which is accessed
    through a J2EE application server such as WebLogic, JBoss, or
    WebSphere. It provide a business-centric enterprise scale
    implementation of JavaSpaces, and flattens the learning curve for
    experienced application developers by using JNDI rather than Discovery.
    It also uses built-in features such as RMI and HTTP. 

Emilia Pinball Project 0.3.0 (Alpha)

    The Emilia Pinball Project is a pinball simulator for Linux and other
    Unix systems. There is only one level to play with, but it is very

EMS MySQL Utils (Import)

    EMS MySQL Utils are powerful data management utilities for MySQL server
    which make your work with the server much easier and faster. Currently,
    MySQL Utils includes MySQL Extract, a useful utility for extracting
    database metadata and table data, MySQL Export, a powerful tool for
    MySQL data export, and MySQL Import, a utility for quickly importing
    data to MySQL tables. 

EMS PostgreSQL Utils (Import)

    EMS PostgreSQL Utils are powerful data management utilities for
    PostgreSQL server which make your work with the server much easier and
    faster. Currently, PostgreSQL Utils includes PostgreSQL Extract, a
    useful utility for extracting database metadata and table data,
    PostgreSQL Export, a powerful tool for PostgreSQL data export, and
    PostgreSQL Import, a utility for quickly importing data to PostgreSQL

Epiphany-browser 0.7.0 

    Epiphany is a GNOME web browser based on the Mozilla rendering engine.
    Its goals are simplicity, standards compliance, and integration with

Fast File Search 1.0.3 

    Fast File Search crawls FTP servers and SMB shares (Windows shares and
    UNIX systems running Samba) and stores the information about files to a
    database. A Web interface is then used for searching files. 

Firestorm NIDS 0.5.3 

    Firestorm is an extremely high performance network intrusion detection
    system (NIDS). At the moment, it just a sensor but there are plans are
    to include real support for analysis, reporting, remote console, and
    on-the-fly sensor configuration. It is fully pluggable and hence
    extremely flexible. 

fnord httpd 1.8 

    fnord httpd is a small HTTP server (15k static binary). It is fast, and
    supports sendfile and connection keep-alive, virtual domains, content-
    ranges, and IPv6. It does transparent content negotiation for special
    cases (html - html.gz, or gif - png). 

FollowMeIP 1.3 

    FollowMeIP is a small client that allows you to retrieve the IP address
    of your machine over the Web. It works by periodically sending your IP
    address to the FollowMeIP server, from where you can retrieve it using
    a password. It is ideal for people that are running servers on dynamic
    IP connections, or are away from home and want to access their machines
    via TCP/IP. 

Fung-Calc 1.3.0 (Stable)

    Fung-Calc is an advanced yet easy to use graphing calculator written
    using the Qt libraries. It supports various graphing modes in both 2D
    and 3D. It combines all the features of a full-blown mathematical
    analysis package with ease of use. 

Galeon 1.3.5 (Unstable)

    Galeon is a GNOME Web browser based on Gecko (the Mozilla rendering
    engine). It is fast, has a light interface, and is fully

Galeon 1.2.11 

    Galeon is a GNOME Web browser based on Gecko (the Mozilla rendering
    engine). It is fast, has a light interface, and is fully

gameping 1.4 

    Gameping is a command-line utility used to monitor games servers. It
    returns the average player's ping and loss. These two pieces of
    information are useful for evaluating the quality of a server. 

Gammu 0.77 (Development)

    Gammu (formerly known as MyGnokii2) is cellular manager for various
    mobile phones and modems. It currently supports Nokia 3210, 33xx, 3410,
    35xx, 51xx, 5210, 5510, 61xx, 62xx, 63xx, 6510, 6610, 6800, 71xx, 7210,
    82xx, 83xx, 8910, 9110, and 9210, and AT devices (such as Siemens,
    Alcatel, Falcom, WaveCom, IPAQ, and other). It has a command line
    version with many functions for ringtones, phonebook, SMS, logos, WAP,
    date/time, alarm, calls, etc. It can also make full backups and restore
    them. It works on various Unix systems (like Linux) and Win32. 

ggcov 0.1.4 

    Ggcov is a GTK+ GUI for exploring test coverage data produced by C
    programs compiled with gcc -fprofile-arcs -ftest-coverage. It's
    basically a GUI replacement for the gcov program that comes with gcc. 

GkrellMMS 2.1.11 

    GkrellMMS is a plugin for controlling XMMS from within GKrellM. 

GNU MIX Development Kit 1.0.1 

    MDK (MIX Development Kit) provides tools for developing and executing,
    in a MIX virtual machine, MIXAL programs. The MIX is Donald Knuth's
    mythical computer, described in the first volume of The Art of Computer
    Programming, which is programmed using MIXAL, the MIX assembly
    language. MDK includes a MIXAL assembler (mixasm), a MIX virtual
    machine (mixvm) with a command line interface, a Guile-based virtual
    machine (mixguile), a GTK+ based GUI (gmixvm), and a mixvm-Emacs
    interface (mixvm.el). MDK utilities are extensible using Scheme. 

GPSFET 1.0.0 

    GPSFET (GPS Firmware Editing Tools) facilitates editing of Magellan GPS
    firmware. It allows you to, for example, replace the English words in
    the firmware with words in another, unsupported language, or add your
    personal information to the startup screen of the device. Other tools
    under development will allow modification of the graphical display of
    GPS data and the ability to upload (or import from SDCARD) vector and
    pixel maps obtained from free sources. 

Handy 0.2.0 

    Handy is a small commandline tool to synchronize a Lotus Notes
    appointment scheduler with KDE Organizer and a SIEMENS S35/S45
    cellphone. It is able to read the result of the export function of a
    Lotus Notes client version 5.x. It converts such a file into a vCal 2.0
    file for the Organizer and can send the appointments to a cellphone
    over the IR Port or the serial device. 

ifsplot 0.4 

    ifsplot is an IFS attractor (fractal) plotter. Given an IFS (a set of
    affine transformations), it generates associated fractal. The libplot
    library is employed, so any libplot driver is supported (X, eps, png,
    fig, etc.). 

Inside Systems Mail 1.6 

    Inside Systems Mail is a Webmail system that is programmed in PHP,
    makes heavy use of Javascript/DOM, and is designed to work with any
    IMAP server (including Microsoft Exchange). It aims to be quick and
    easy to use, with an interface that most users will find familiar and
    several options that help fine tune the Webmail experience. 

Jabber-SQL 0.1 

    Jabber-SQL allows authorized agents to execute SQL queries from a
    Jabber client and display the response in one or more channels. It can
    also be run in agent mode, in which case in addition to receiving new
    queries, it will automatically poll preconfigured queries at specified
    intervals and display the responses in one or more channels. 

Jabberwocky 2.0.05 (Development)

    Jabberwocky is a Lisp IDE containing a Lisp-aware editor with syntax
    highlighting, parentheses matching, a source analyzer, indentation, a
    source level debugger, a project explorer, and an interaction buffer.
    It is the replacement for the Lisp Debug project. 

JXPM 1.0 

    JXPM is an XPM processing library for Personal Java. It is coded 100%
    in Java, and is capable of reading and writing XPM images that are
    compressed with LZ77 (gzip). It supports color XPMs, transparent pixels
    (the "none" color name), color names (such as
    "SeaGreen" or "DarkRed"). It works with
    java.awt.Image, supporting both the IndexColorModel and the
    DirectColorModel. It also supports TrueColor XPMs, but the design of
    the XPM format (color indexing) causes writing to be performed faster
    than reading, especially for large number of colors (>256). 

kaffe 1.1.0 (Development)

    Kaffe is a complete, PersonalJava 1.1-compliant Java environment. As an
    independent implementation, it was written from scratch and is free
    from all third-party royalties and license restrictions. It comes with
    its own standard class libraries, including Beans and Abstract Window
    Toolkit (AWT), native libraries, and a highly-configurable virtual
    machine with a just-in-time (JIT) compiler for enhanced performance. 

Knoppix 3.2-2003-06-06 

    KNOPPIX is a bootable CD with a collection of GNU/Linux software,
    automatic hardware detection, and support for many graphics cards,
    sound cards, SCSI devices, and other peripherals. It can be used as a
    Linux demo, educational CD, rescue system, etc. It is not necessary to
    install anything on a hard disk due to on-the-fly decompression. 

kses 0.1.0 

    kses is an HTML filter written in PHP. It filters all HTML elements and
    attributes that are not allowed, no matter how strange or tricky the
    HTML code is. This is helpful to stop cross-site scripting security

libcff 0.1 

    libcff provides a kind of C++ continued fractions toolkit. It lets you
    easily create continued fractions and estimate truncation errors. It
    also offers reliable continued fraction evaluation and approximating
    functions using continued fractions. 

libowfat 0.15 

    libowfat aims to reimplement the API defined by Prof. Dan Bernstein as
    extracted in the libdjb project. However, the reimplementation is
    covered by the GNU General Public License. The API is also extended

LibZT 1.0.1 

    LibZT is a collection of utility code for C application/server
    development. It contains a ubiquitous logging subsystem, configuration
    file parser, commandline option parser, and numerous handy tools that
    need to be written for just about any project (wrappers to malloc,

LostIRC 0.2.7 

    LostIRC is a simple, yet very useful IRC client. It has features such
    as tab-autocompletion, multiple server support, automatic joining of
    servers/channels, and DCC sending, which should cover the needs of most
    people. Another design goal is 100% keyboard controllability. LostIRC
    was written using the gtkmm GUI library. 

Magic Cube 4D 2.1 

    MagicCube4D is a fully functional four-dimensional version of the
    Rubik's Cube puzzle. 

mailutils 0.3.1 

    mailutils contains a series of useful mail clients, servers, and
    libraries. These are the primary mail utilities of the GNU system. 

Max_links 0.01 

    Max_links is a simple link directory for Web sites. It uses PHP, MySQL,
    and CSS. 

mcGallery 2.0 (Professional)

    mcGallery is a photo gallery management script that allows you to
    display several albums. Each album and each photo can be shown with a
    title, a name, and a description. Thumbnails are automatically
    generated. The password protected admin panel lets you add or delete
    individual photos or entire albums, and shows the most popular photos.
    English and French language files are provided. 

Meta-Aqua 1.1 

    Meta-Aqua is based on the Sawfish theme "Aquaified" by Justin
    Hahn, using the same artwork. 

MIB Smithy 2.1.3 

    MIB Smithy is an application for SNMP developers, MIB designers, and
    Internet-draft authors. It provides a GUI-based environment for
    designing, editing, and compiling MIB modules according to the SMIv1
    and SMIv2 standards. It accelerates the development process by
    providing an easy-to-use GUI environment for designing, editing, and
    compiling SNMP MIB specifications without the syntax and formatting
    concerns of designing MIBs by hand. It includes a number of built-in
    basic SNMP management tools, XML support, and (with MIB Smithy
    Professional) support for custom compiler output formats. 

MLdonkey 2.5-3 (Stable)

    MLDonkey is a multi-network file-sharing client. It was the first
    open-source client to access eDonkey. It runs as a daemon, that can be
    controlled through telnet (command-line), HTTP (Web pages), and many
    different GUIs. It is written in Objective-Caml. It can currently
    access eDonkey, Overnet, Fasttrack (KaZaA, Imesh), Gnutella, Gnutella2
    (Shareaza), BitTorrent, and Soulseek. Support for other networks
    (Direct Connect, Open Napster) is only partial. 

MMS Diary 0.94 

    MMS Diary is a mobile phone weblog/diary for use when you are on
    holiday. It uses MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) as a transport to
    upload texts and photos to your homepage. This is done with a PHP
    script that pretends to be an MMS proxy relay (the server that receives
    MMS messages is sometimes also referred to as MMSC). 

moodss 17.3 

    Moodss (the Modular Object Oriented Dynamic SpreadSheet) displays data
    described and updated in one or more modules loaded at startup time or
    dynamically. Data is originally displayed in tables. Graphical viewers,
    summary tables, free text viewers, and threshold entries can be created
    from any number of table cells. Moodss has full drag'n'drop support in
    the UI, and comes with numerous modules for system, database, network,
    and other types of monitoring. New modules can be developed in Tcl,
    Perl, Python, or C. A monitoring daemon (moomps) for UNIX is included.
    It can react to thresholds and record data history in any database for
    later analysis or for presentation using common software. 

MusicControl 0.1 

    MusicControl is designed to put you in control of the music that gets
    played from your computer. It supports MP3, Ogg, and various module

MyAdvogato 1.0.1 (Stable)

    MyAdvogato is a fully-customizable CGI that acts as a wrapper for
    Advogato. In each call it fetches pages from the original Web site,
    modifies them on the fly according to user preferences, and returns the

mysqlISP 1.1 

    mysqlISP lets you manage ISP customers, resellers, and their resources,
    and allows you to centralize resource and product usage. It works alone
    or in conjuntion with mysqlRadius, mysqlApache, mysqlBind, and
    mysqlSendmail applications of the openISP suite. A user-friendly, 100%
    template driven -skin- interface ism|4 is also available from a third
    party (mysqlIPM and mysqlRadacct are also supported.) 

nanoweb 2.2.0 

    Nanoweb is a modular Web server written in PHP. It is designed to be
    small, secure, and extensible. It is HTTP/1.1 compliant and has decent
    performance, CGI and FastCGI support, a nice configuration system,
    name-based virtual hosts, server side includes, authentication, gzip
    content encoding support, Apache combined format and MySQL logging, and
    many advanced features. 

NetDraw 2.0 

    NetDraw is a simple Network drawing application. You can connect to a
    remote host and start to draw, and the remote host sees your drawing in
    real-time and can print and save it. 

NetThello 1.2 

    NetThello is a simple but fully functional Othello game written
    entirely in Cocoa. It includes support for two players on a single
    computer, playing over the Internet, and against a computer player. 

Noble Ape Simulation 0.662 

    The Noble Ape Simulation creates a random island environment and
    simulates the ape inhabitants of the island's cognitive processes. It
    features the Ocelot landscape rendering engine. 

num-utils 0.3 

    num-utils are a set of programs for dealing with numbers from the Unix
    command line. Much like the other command line utilities grep, awk,
    sort, cut, etc. these utilities work on numeric data from both standard
    in and data from files. The base utilities currently included are
    average, bound, interval, numgrep, numprocess, numsum, random, range,
    and round. If you work with pipelines on the command line, these tools
    will prove to be helpful. 

nut 8.8 

    nut is nutrition software to record what you eat and analyze your meals
    for nutrient composition. The database included is the USDA Nutrient
    Database for Standard Reference, Release 15, which contains 6,220 foods
    and 117 nutrients. This database contains values for vitamins,
    minerals, fats, calories, protein, carbohydrates, fiber, etc., and
    includes the essential polyunsaturated fats, Omega-3 and Omega-6.
    Nutrient levels are expressed as a percentage of the Daily Value, the
    familiar standard of food labeling in the United States, but also can
    be fully customized. Recipes can be added, and graphs drawn. The
    program is completely menu-driven and there are no commands to learn. 

ObjectScript 1.3 (Stable)

    ObjectScript is a general purpose object-oriented programming language.
    It is designed to be simple to learn, easy to use, and powerful,
    combining the convenience of an interactive interpreter with many of
    the features of Java: a simple Java-like syntax, javadoc support, a
    class system (single inheritance), private vs. public fields and
    methods, exceptions, synchronization and threading, etc. Since it can
    be interactively interpreted, ObjectScript can be used to debug or
    learn Java systems. And since it supports extending Java classes and
    interfaces, it can add sophisticated scripting to an existing Java

OpenGUI 4.1.0 

    OpenGUI (formerly FastGL) is a high-level C/C++ graphics &
    windowing library built upon a fast, low-level x86 ASM graphics kernel.
    It provides 2D drawing primitives and an event- driven windowing API
    for easy application development, and it supports the BMP image file
    format. You can write apps in the old Borland BGI style or in a
    windowed style like QT. OpenGUI supports the keyboard and mouse as
    event sources, the Linux framebuffer, SVGAlib, and XFree86-DGA2 (HW
    accelerated) as drawing backends, Mesa3D under Linux, and 8, 15, 16,
    and 32- bpp color modes. 

openMosix Cluster for Linux 2.4.20-3 

    openMosix is a a set of extensions to the standard Linux kernel
    allowing you to build a cluster of out of off-the-shelf PC hardware.
    openMosix scales perfectly up to thousands of nodes. You do not need to
    modify your applications to benefit from your cluster (unlike PVM, MPI,
    Linda, etc.). Processes in openMosix migrate transparently between
    nodes and the cluster will always auto-balance. 

PCX Portal 0.3 (UserProperties)

    The PCX Portal provides a desktop environment, company, user and app
    management, context sensitive help, and multi-lingual support. It is
    written in Perl, and designed to provide the foundation for Web-based
    applications that need all of the above. 

PCX Portal 0.0.09 (template app)

    The PCX Portal provides a desktop environment, company, user and app
    management, context sensitive help, and multi-lingual support. It is
    written in Perl, and designed to provide the foundation for Web-based
    applications that need all of the above. 

PCX Portal 0.2.01 (pcxportal)

    The PCX Portal provides a desktop environment, company, user and app
    management, context sensitive help, and multi-lingual support. It is
    written in Perl, and designed to provide the foundation for Web-based
    applications that need all of the above. 

photos 3.5b1 

    photos is a Web-based photo database for storing metadata about digital
    photos so you can find them again later. It supports adding photos one
    at a time, or as a group by directory. It is intended to be run locally
    but can be run on a remote Web server if you've got the space and the

Project Manager X 1.75 

    PMX is a simple project management tool for OS X. It allows you to
    track, group, and manage project items and resource allocation. It
    displays the project in a nice Gantt Chart that can be printed. It
    requires Mac OS X 10.2.3 or greater. 

Quax 0.9-2 

    Quax is a desktop zooming tool intended especially for Web developers,
    but is very handy and friendly for newbies. There are few other tools
    for this task: XMag, KMag, and KZoom. All of them are full featured
    applications and take some time to figure how to use, while this
    program is designed to be very easy. 

ratpoison 1.2.2 

    Ratpoison is a simple window manager with no large library
    dependencies, no fancy graphics, no window decorations, and no rodent
    dependence. It is largely modeled after GNU Screen, which has done
    wonders in the virtual terminal market. All interaction with the window
    manager is done through keystrokes. ratpoison has a prefix map to
    minimize the key clobbering that cripples EMACS and other quality
    pieces of software. All windows are maximized and kept maximized to
    avoid wasting precious screen space. 

Samba 3.0.0 beta1 (3.0.x)

    The Samba software suite is a collection of programs that implements
    the SMB protocol for unix systems, allowing you to serve files and
    printers to Windows, NT, OS/2 and DOS clients. This protocol is
    sometimes also referred to as the LanManager or Netbios protocol. 

SDBA Revolution 1.86 

    SDBA Revolution is an open-source architecture written in Perl which
    simplifies and streamlines the process of writing applications that run
    on an instant messaging network. It features easy scripting of IM
    responses, session variables which are consistent across messages,
    session time limits, support for multiple "apps" from one
    bot, basic security, and the ability to use multiple access lists. It
    makes writing IM apps very much like writing mod_perl or PHP pages. It
    currently supports AIM, MSN, ICQ, YIM, and Jabber. The homepage has
    full tutorials and documentation. 

SDLPong 0.2 

    SDLPong is a Pong clone that is intended to feel "authentic",
    while adding additional features to extend gameplay. 

Sophie 3.03 (V3)

    Sophie is a daemon which uses 'libsavi' library from Sophos anti-virus
    vendor (http://www.sophos.com). On startup, Sophie initializes SAPI
    (Sophos Anti-Virus Interface), loads virus patterns into memory, opens
    local UNIX domain socket, and waits for someone to connect and
    instructs it which path to scan. Since the database is loaded in RAM,
    scanning is very fast. (Note: speed of scanning also depends on SAVI
    settings and size of the file.) It works on Linux, Solaris (Sparc/x86),
    HP-UX, and FreeBSD. 

sql++ 0.09 

    sql++ is an easily configurable, feature-rich, portable command-line
    SQL tool. It can be used with many different databases and in place of
    other command-line tools such as MySQL's mysql-client and Oracle's
    sqlplus. It has features such as multiple connections, multi-database
    interfacing, subselects for all databases, regardless of whether the
    database has native subselects or not, and much more. 

swsusp 1.0 pre5 (2.4 Development)

    swsusp enables you to suspend your machine without having to use APM or
    BIOS support. It creates an image which is saved in your active swaps.
    At the next system bootup, the kernel detects the saved image, restores
    the memory from it and then it continues to run as before you've

System Watcher 0.2 

    Watcher is a daemon that gets some system information and stores it on
    a pre-configured file. The information stored by watcher are uptime,
    running processes, disk free blocks, disk used blocks, system users,

System-Down::Rescue 1.0.0pre4 

    System-Down::Rescue is a free downloadable live distribution. It is
    designed to recover damaged file-systems, copying the data around other
    physical discs or networks, or burning them on a CD-ROM, using
    cdrecord. It features a working hardware detection system. 

TarProxy 0.29 

    TarProxy is a statistically driven, pluggable SMTP proxy that can be
    used to deny spammers access to your bandwidth. 

tasks 1.6 rc1 

    tasks is built on PHP and MySQL. It features a dynamic hierarchical
    view of your tasks, scheduling due dates and associating URLs with
    tasks, an iCalendar of your tasks (scheduled tasks can go into the
    calendar as events or task list). and a mobile version for easy access
    with a PDA. 

The Fish 0.4.1 

    The Fish provides a GTK-based graphical tool to manage and edit FreeBSD
    system variables stored in /etc/defaults/rc.conf and /etc/rc.conf. For
    testing purposes, or, for users that need to have different
    configurations, the program honours two environment variables:

The Gallery 1.3.4-RC3 (1.0)

    Gallery is a slick Web-based photo album written using PHP. It is easy
    to install, includes a config wizard, and provides users with the
    ability to create and maintain their own albums in the album collection
    via an intuitive Web interface. Photo management includes automatic
    thumbnail creation, image resizing, rotation, ordering, captioning and
    more. Albums can have read, write, and caption permissions per
    individual authenticated user for an additional level of privacy. 

The SlotSig library 0.2 

    The SlotSig library tries to provide a solution to the common problem
    of sending messages between various C++ classes (this has nothing to do
    with Corba or KDE's DCOP). Similar solutions to this problem can also
    be found in Qt or libsigc++, but this library tries to be both simpler
    to use and smaller. It also provides better type-checking at
    compile-time to avoid finding errors at runtime, when it's usually too

TkPasMan 2.2a (Stable)

    TkPasMan is a simple program that lets you store usernames and
    passwords for access to forums, mailing lists, and other websites. It
    is inspired by gpasman, but has more `paste' possibilities. For
    example, you can just paste username and then password behind it. 

tower toppler 1.0.2 

    Tower Toppler (aka Nebulous) is the reimplementation an old 'jump and
    run' game. In this game you have to climb to the top of a tower
    avoiding all kinds of creatures that want to push you down. 

tvrec tools 0.1 

    tvrec tools is a set of scripts for controlling an alternative
    capture-script to record TV with a Linux system. These shell scripts,
    together with some other standard Linux programs, allow you to trigger
    recording, view recording status, and delete the whole recording queue
    via email or SMS (short message service). 

Uml2Daml Converter 0.4 (Development)

    The Uml2Daml Converter is a GUI application for automated
    transformation of UML 1.4 class diagrams (in XMI 1.1) into DAML+OIL or
    RDFS (RDF Schema) ontologies. It is also possible to visualize the
    ontologies as directed graphs. Since transformations are based on the
    XMI 1.1 standard, DAML+OIL/RDFS ontologies can be modeled with any UML
    tool able to produce XMI 1.1/UML 1.4 (such as TogetherJ 6.0). 

Velocity editor plugin for Eclipse 1.0.2 

    Velocity editor plugin for Eclipse provides an editor for the scripting
    language of Jakarta's template engine Velocity. The editor is
    implemented as an plugin for the Eclipse platform. 

Vex 0.4.1 

    Vex is a visual editor for XML. It features a word processor-like

Video Disk Recorder 1.2.1 

    Video Disk Recorder (VDR) is a digital sat-reciever program using Linux
    and DVB technologies. It can record MPEG2 streams, as well as output
    the stream to TV. It also supports plugins for DVD, DivX, or MP3
    playback and more. 

Vipul's Razor 2.34 

    Vipul's Razor is a distributed, collaborative, spam detection and
    filtering network that exploits the broadcast characteristic of spam
    distribution to limit its propagation. The primary focus of the system
    is to identify and disable an email spam before its injection and
    processing is complete. Razor establishes a distributed and constantly
    updating catalogue of spam in propagation. This catalogue is used by
    clients to filter out known spam. 

VLevel 0.4 

    VLevel is a dynamic compressor that amplifies the quiet parts of music.
    It uses a look-ahead buffer to provide gradual changes, and never
    causes clipping. A command line filter and a LADSPA plugin are
    provided, and XMMS is supported. 

Worker 2.8.0 

    Worker is a file-manager exclusive for X based on the famous
    filemanager "DirectoryOpus" on the AmigaOS. It is
    configurable on the fly without restarting Worker. Any extern program
    can be easily integrated in the GUI, including a button and a hotkey.
    Worker uses real file-recognition on file-content AND/OR file-ending,
    where each file-type can get an own action. 

WowBB 1.3 

    WowBB is an innovative bulletin board with features including an auto
    install/upgrade, a WYSIWYG editor with integrated spell-checker,
    automatic time zone detection, topic-level new post tracking, smart
    caching, a visual style editor with real-time preview, and native file
    format support for major bulletin boards. 

XChat-Ruby 1.0 

    XChat-Ruby is a plugin for the XChat IRC client which allows scripts to
    be written in the Ruby programming language. Almost all of the XChat2
    plugin API is supported through a strong OO interface. Dynamic loading
    and unloading of Ruby modules is supported, as well as interactively
    executing Ruby statements from within XChat. 

Xdebug 1.2.0 

    The Xdebug PHP extension aids script debugging by providing a lot of
    valuable information, including stack and function traces in error
    messages, memory allocation traces, and protection from infinite
    recursions. Xdebug also has a built-in debugging server which you can
    access with a debug client to debug your scripts remotely. Stepping,
    accessing data, and examining stacktraces are a few of the remote

XIWA 1.4.1 (Beta)

    XIWA (XIWA Is Web Accounting) is a Web-based accounting package built
    with Perl and PostgreSQL. It supports Double Entry/Stocks and has a
    powerful, flexible reporting engine. 

xtermset 0.5.2 

    xtermset is a command line utility to change several characteristics of
    an xterm. These are things like title, foreground color, background
    color, geometry and position. Furthermore the xterm can be iconified,
    restored to normal size, or refreshed. 

YaRET 2.0.11 

    YaRET is a Perl script that automates the ripping, normalization, and
    encoding of CDs. It supports CDDB very well via the Perl Audio::CD
    module, and also can work with your favorite ripper/normalizer/encoder
    (e.g., cdparanoia, cdda2wav, normalize, etc.) It supports useful
    features like multiple concurrent encoders and an easy to use
    configuration file that lets you customize YaRET to your taste (such as
    file naming based on the CDDB information). 

ZIPDrop 0.1 

    ZIPDrop is a small Droplet which is meant to create zip files using the
    OS X command line zip utility. You can drop a folder onto it and get a
    .zip file with the content of the folder. .zip files generated by
    ZIPDrop are compatible with Stuffit Expander and WinZip. 

Handling logging issues

    I'm using cronolog for my apache logs, and I really, really like it.
    I'd like to be able to use it on the slash logs as well, which become
    large and cumbersome over time with many sites running on a server. How
    do you all handle your logs? What do you use for log rotation? How long
    do you keep logs? Is anyone using cronolog, or something like it with

RSS to Story?

    Hi, I'm looking for a way to grab remote RDF and post them as stories.
    portald seems only to handle blocks. I'm aware of the elixus.org, and
    the RSS2Story plugin in their patch of slashcode, but I can't get the
    plugin installed, and it seems to be left unfinished. So is there any
    other way to do this? 

launch of slash site "stupidsecurity.com"

    Announcing the opening of StupidSecurity.com. The site is meant to be a
    chronicle of idiotic and deceptive "security" measures. From the "three
    questions" that the airlines finally stopped asking to the closing of
    Meigs Airport in Chicago supposedly for security reasons, we want YOUR
    gripes about security measures that are just plain dumb! I'd welcome
    submissions (the stupider the better!), comments, complaints, and

MySQL 4.1+

    I want to start using MySQL 4.1 to take advantage of the new Spatial
    extensions in MySQL to further enhance my plugin. I saw the recent
    story referring to using MySQL 4, but no direct mention of experience
    with versions 4+. Any tips or recommendations? Should I make the
    upgrade only on my development box, or is using 4+ okay. Any experience
    with 4.1, which is alpha? 

Section-specific Quick Links

    I'm in the process of setting up a intranet Slash 2 site for a company.
    With the aid of the Crow Book I've got everything installed and with
    the L'n'F that they want, and we are in the process of adding some
    initial content and getting the blocks running the way they want.
    However, we're having problems getting section-specific quick links
    blocks to work. Example: I have a section called legal, and a block
    called legal_qlinks which has different links to index_qlinks.
    index_qlinks shows up on the homepage as I expect, but nothing is
    displayed in the right "frame" if I click no the section title under an
    article. What am I doing wrong? The Crow Book (page 127) suggests that
    this should work. 

Need help building Slash templates

    I have comps for a site I want built in Slash. While I have worked with
    Movable Type, building Slash templates is a whole different beast. I
    need someone to help me convert my comps into a functioning Slash site.
    If you have these skills, please drop me a line with your rates and
    scheduling availability. You can see what the site will look like here.

Preventing duplicates from being posted

    I'm getting sick of seeing duplicate posts all the time on Slashdot. I
    have a feature-request/enhancement that I would like to request for
    slashcode. It would be nice if before a moderator submits a story to
    check all of the URLS in that post and match it with the previous
    weeks/months stories for the same URL. If there is a match, throw up a
    warning saying that this story is a possible duplicate. This will help
    the moderator out too, since they wouldn't have to read every story on
    slashdot in the past two weeks. What do you think? Is this doable?
    --Min Idzelis 

Vorlonspace Is Back

    Announced back in October last year, Vorlonspace was launched as a
    Babylon 5 discussions site. In late January, the site went down and was
    taken off the YASS list. It is now back up and the premise has changed
    from Babylon 5 to a general sci-fi discussion site which has generated
    more interest. 

Adding ispell after slash is installed

    Hi, I read the (archived) thread at:
    http://ask.slashcode.com/article.pl?sid=02/03/22/1 724238&mode=thread
    and I have "Running Weblogs with Slash", so I know that "... Slash 2.2
    has added an ispell compatibility mode. If the ispell program exists
    and points to an ispell binary, the Edit Story page will include a list
    of potentially misspelled words.)" (thanks blagger), but I don't know
    how exactly what to add, and into what directory,. I installed freebsd
    5.0, then built and installed the slashcode port, and now I've
    installed ispell. I then tried adding symlinks to ispell into various
    directories, including /usr/local/slash/bin, and restarting my browser
    and the freebsd box. Nothing obvious changes. Can someone tell me
    exactly which file to put where to enable spell-checking? I'm running
    slash-2.2.6 on Freebsd 5.0. Thanks... P.S. Sorry if I misspelled
    anything, but... 

Shouldn't Slash Be Represented at OSCOM 3?

    I found out that OSCOM 3, The Open Source Content Management
    Conference, is taking place in Cambridge, MA, from May 28-30. I was
    surprised to see that Slash does not appear to be represented in any
    way. I posted a story to CTDATA suggesting that our community try to
    represent itself in some fashion. If anyone wants to discuss how we can
    influence the organizers of this conference to include a Slash
    presentation, please email me at dave_aiello at ctdata.com. 

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