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Dizkus, formerly pnForum, is a fully integrated forum module for the Zikula/Postnuke. It uses smarty-based pnRender templates, the Zikula-API and permission system. Originally based on phpBB 1.4 there is not a single line of original code left over as it is a more or less total rewrite.
Completely customizable, CakePHP based project management system for firms, their teams and their clients. A project management system that will suit your needs because it is module based, so it can grow and shrink with your requirements. Version 0.4 beta was released March 23, 2009.
PRoot is a user-space implementation of "chroot", "mount --bind", and "binfmt_misc". This means that users don't need any privilege or setup to do things like: using an arbitrary directory as the new root filesystem, making files accessible somewhere else in the ... [More]
Procilege is a purpose-specific computation unit for privilege analysis. The Procilege transparently provides applications both access control and privilege regulation. Procilege implements a calculus named Privilege Calculus, where the problems of separation of duty are reduced to the composition ... [More]
Groups is a WordPress plugin that provides group-based user membership management, group-based capabilities and content access control. It integrates standard WordPress capabilities and application-specific capabilities along with an extensive API.
Data Storage system for publicly located data servers with an API for creating secure applications based off of the encrypted data permissions.
This project intends to be a alternative for people that do not wish to tie their web-site access police to the model, but to the view.
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