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The GREDIA project delivers an application development platform for the design, development and deployment of secure, mobile Grid business applications.
The DDay Project is a collection of open-source class libraries covering an array of .NET technologies. These libraries fill in major gaps in .NET technologies, and attempt to provide a "better way" to develop applications.
The Forest Project aims at building a repository in which documentation artefacts about any system, and relations between them, can be stored, from which documents can be generated and can aid in checking whether the system is consistent and complete
The Lemur Project develops search engines, browser toolbars, text analysis tools, and data resources that support research and development of information retrieval and text mining software, including the Indri search engine and ClueWeb09 dataset.
The Eigenbase Project is an open-source platform for building advanced data management systems, and is backed by a non-profit organization which designs, develops, and promotes it.
The ReachOut Project is designed to be a full framework for dynamic service hosting. This will include development of the core framework for both the client/server along with a modular API implimentation to allow for various modules which can be
The Karoo Project is a framework for making it practical to create distributed applications. By "practical", I mean that it must do it uncomplicatedly, efficiently, and cheaply. This project provides application management, queuing, and IPC.
The Gnuritas project aims at designing a "smart" and flexible framework and tools to manage and share knowledge, information and scientific data.
The EBT Project aims to create a portable eBook format and a BSD licensed viewer using W3C standards including HTML, XML and CSS. Supported image types include SVG, PNG, JPEG, GIF and BMP.