The Open IPMI project aims to develop an open code base to allow access to platform information using Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI).
the aim of the OpenKickOff project is to develop a free, opensource GPLed soccer game similar to KickOff
the Open Source for LDAP software and information
OpenMAMA is an open-source project to deliver a high-performance messaging interface that can speed time to market for new applications.
OpenMoko is a community project sponsored by Taiwanese computer manufacturing giant First International Computer (FIC).
OpenReader Consortium Project
a cooperative project to create a universal, open standards digital publication distribution format which will be platform-independent and capable of high typographic presentation quality. Supported publication types include books (?ebooks?), periodicals, newspapers, and business documents ? most any kind of content best presented to the reader in a page-based manner
SmartCard library and applications with support for PKCS#15 compatible cards
The OpenSCADA project aims to create a full-featured and state-of-the-art SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) system to be used in industrial and civil engineering applications to control distributed systems from a master location.
OpenSource Printing Project
focused on creating great OpenSource printing. So far, it has released tools and components including GPr, libppd, libprinterconf, snmpkit
leverages both HP's NonStop Clusters for Unixware technology and other open source technology to provide a full, highly available SSI environment for Linux. Goals for OpenSSI Clusters include availability, scalability and manageability, built from standard servers
OpenWAG200 is a project dedicated to enhance functionality of Linksys WAG200G wireless / DSL router.
OSEF: Open Source Education Foundation
The Open Source Education Foundation (OSEF) was founded on the idea that technology in education should prepare students to excel with technology. It is the role of educators to help students become productive
members of society. OSEF will research and develop the tools required to ensure that educators and students
alike have the information needed to succeed in our technological society
PCI Hot Plug for Linux
developing the infrastructure for PCI Hot Plug, including some minor 2.4 kernel changes and a driver for the Compaq PCI Hot Plug Controller
to develop a collaborative platform for developping software within an educational context. The main characteristics of this platform should be : easy to install and administrate, easy for beginners to learn it and use it
aims to re-implement the solutions presented in the Perl Cookbook (by Tom Christiansen & Nathan Torkington, published by O'Reilly) in other programming languages
Project Gado aims to create a powerful, durable Open Source robotic scanner for sensitive archival materials which can be built using simple tools for less than $500.
aims to provide an administrative and pedagogic ready-to-use intranet for public educational establishments. It features members and students lists, newsgroups, a Web gallery, training management of students, an Internet publishing system (like SPIP), news, online pedagogic resources, the ability to search messages and resources with keywords, polls, and more
Remote Sensing Open Source Project
to develop Open Source tools for satellite and aerial remote sensing
RH Linux Domain Controller Project
designed to fulfill the role of a Windows NT domain controller, incorporating LDAP to server as a "Directory Server"
a Project to develop Kernel-Level IDS mechinisms to protect the integrity of host systems
Standards Based Linux Instrumentation for Manageability: an IBM Open Source project, intended to enhance the manageability of GNU/Linux systems. It does so by enabling GNU/Linux for WBEM, Web Based Enterprise Management, a set of standards defined by the DMTF and fostered by the WBEMsource initiative
Standards Based Linux Instrumentation for Manageability: an IBM Open Source project, intended to enhance the manageability of GNU/Linux systems
the SHRIMP (Scalable High-performance Really Inexpensive Multi-Processor) project investigates how to construct high-performance servers with a network of
commodity PCs, and commodity operating systems
Simple End-User Linux (SEUL)
The goal of the SEUL project is to create
a Linux distribution that the average
home/office user can install and use.
Softpanorama -- Open Source Software Educational Society
Attempt to create a Free Open Source Software University,
Large collection of links to educational resources on the Net is already available
Several issues of Softpanorama bulletin are availble from the site
leverages both Compaq's NonStop Clusters for Unixware technology and other open source technology to provide a full, highly available SSI environment for Linux
Swimming pool control with Linux
describes a project to control the equipment and chemistry of my residential swimming pool using a PC running Linux
TAHI Project is the joint effort formed with the objective of developing and providing the verification technology for IPv6.
The Jakarta Project
the goal of the Jakarta Project is to provide commercial-quality server solutions based on the Java Platform that are developed in an open and cooperative fashion
The Linux Mirror Project
provides a mirror for he Linux distributions Fedora, Slackware, Knoppix and Gentoo
The Linux Professional Certification Project
Our goal is to further the acceptance of the Linux OS in the general mainstream IT community by the establishment of standards and methodology for training, testing and professional certification of Linux administration, networking and (perhaps) programming personnel. While many in the Linux community may feel that this is not necessary, we feel that this process will further acceptance in the mainstream IT community, by enabling IT / MIS managers some manner of ascertaining the bona fides of potential employees that they will be needing to utilize in the near future, as Linux makes it's certain transition to equality with Microsoft server and desktop OSes.
The Littlefish Health Project
an open souce project to provide high quality Patient information and recall software for use in developing countries
The Objex Project
resembles GNU project that is to develop a complete operating system which is Free and Open Source Software. In contrast to the GNU project we are going to build modern system to put together all recent attainments in computers science rather than Unix-like system
The Open Service Availability Framework
The Open Service Availability Framework is a framework of services based on the standard defined at http://saforum.org. It lets you turn your application into highly available services. It includes an availability management framework, a message service, a lock service, an event service, a checkpoint service, and much more.
The USB/IP Project
The USB/IP Project aims to develop a general USB device sharing system over IP network. To share USB devices between computers with their full functionality, USB/IP encapsulates "USB protocols" into IP packets and transmits them between computers.
The wormhole Project
Wormhole is (sorry, in the far future it'll be)
a strategy game similar to Master of Orion or
a project to aid in localization of software. Deals with conversion between different translation formats (such as gettext-based .po formats, OpenOffice.org formats, and Mozilla formats). Also tools to help process localizations etc
TuxPal is an effort to write Linux drivers for the Playmates DotPal figures.
Ubuntu App Showdown
Ubuntu App Showdown is an exciting contest to create an app from scratch for Ubuntu in three weeks, and delivered in the Ubuntu Software Centre.
The UDE Project is developing a new Linux
GUI. The goals are a fast and easy to use
Unix Smartcard Driver Project
aimed to provide good support of smartcard readers for Linux/Unix users
Unreal Tournament Open Source
formed to develop libraries, executables, and tools relevant to the Unreal Tournament engine. The project focuses on improving the quality of the UT Linux port through open source development
A project of students from the École Centrale Paris. Its main goals are MPEG and DVD playing and broadcasting on the campus.
Vineyard is a collection of tools and libraries designed to make managing Windows programs on Linux easier. More specifically, it aims to improve the integration of Wine and the Free Desktop and to make it easier to create programs and tools that integrate with Wine.
Window Manager Icons
purpose of the wm-icons project is to standardize desktop icon issues and to provide an efficient configurable icon distribution
Wireless Tools for Linux
Wireless Tools for Linux is an Open Source project sponsored by Hewlett Packard since 1996, and built with the contribution of many Linux users all over the world.
designed to unify different operating system desktop interfaces into a browser only application interface. It helps users to feel comfortable with any application using the interface they are used to
to propose an alternative to products like Exchange or Lotus Notes/Domino. They are composed of several modules, and this project has been under development for several years