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OpenELEC is a GNU/Linux distro combined with XBMC to give you the best possible experience for watching you media. Including but not limited to tv-shows, movies, music, web-media, etc. It's built upon a less-is-more philosophy and aim to provide an all-in-one solution. Making you as the user ... [More]
Cyclone3 is extremely flexible open source framework designed for development of content management systems and custom applications developed for commercial purposes for almost 7 years history. Cyclone3 Framework uses Perl as its main development language because of its high productivity. For ... [More]
OxygenOffice Professional is a free and open source enhancement of official OpenOffice.org. The OxygenOffice Professional Team has modified the source of OpenOffice.org and bundled lot of extras with it. Here are just a few of the extras you get with OxygenOffice Professional: More than 3,400 ... [More]
multi-platform API generator for webservices. The project aims to be able to generate an API from an existing databases (mysql and more to come !) tu be used in many platforms.
Kontrollbase is a MySQL monitoring, analytics, reporting, and historical analysis webapp for MySQL database administrators and advanced users of MySQL databases. It is an enterprise grade rich-internet application that is built on the open-source software model and features advanced frameworks to ... [More]
GANYMEDE is a portable and customizable network directory management system, released under the GNU General Public License. Ganymede is written in Java, and requires Java 5 or better. The Ganymede server is designed to run on a UNIX-type system, but can be run on almost any Java-supporting operating systems with the proper support scripts.
The Problem If you have any dealings at all with data and databases, then you almost certainly will have have to deal with comma-separated values (CSV) data. Unfortunately, the CSV files you are given, or are required to produce, never seem to be in quite the right format for your particular ... [More]