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Icon Inspector

  Analyzed 4 days ago

The Regional Computing Centre Erlangen (RRZE) provides and maintains an icon set especially created for IT topics. The set is free to use under the popular creative commons licence (see http://rrze-icon-set.berlios.de). Out of this project arose the need for a tablerized overview of all ... [More] available icons in the set. The icon set is created using Inkscape and its' scalable SVG format. The RRZE Icon Inspector can extract the metadata information directly from the base SVG files and use it to create a verbose and clear compendium of all icons within the set (see http://rrze-icon-set.berlios.de/gallery.html). Additionally it also checks the icon structure for errors like missing fixed size icons, misplaced files and so on. [Less]

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MediaWiki MultiAuthPlugin

Claimed by Wikimedia Analyzed about 3 years ago

At the Regional Computing Centre Erlangen (RRZE) we use MediaWiki in many projects for documentation and publication purposes. With the development of a Single Sign On infrastructure based on SimpleSAMLphp and Shibboleth we needed to make MediaWiki SSO capable in a flexible and easily ... [More] configurable way. We are aware that there are already extensions out there providing simple SSO capabilities, but we wanted more. So we started developing the MediaWiki MultiAuthPlugin with the goal to provide a single plugin to manage all possible authentication scenarios with one single extension -- for example local authentication via original MediaWiki login dialog (as fallback), SSO via Shibboleth, SSO via SimpleSAMLphp, and so on (to be extended). [edit] [Less]

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gNvSwitcher

  Analyzed about 3 years ago

This project aims to provide an easy possibility to save monitor profiles and switch between them -- manually and automatically. The intended use is within a business environment with laptops where one needs to constantly switch between multi-monitor usage inside a docking station, mobile usage ... [More] with the integrated LCD and presentation usage with beamers. The main target platforms are nVidia graphic cards and Gnome. [Less]

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cudaEnfuse

  Analyzed about 3 years ago

This is an C++/CUDA (http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compute_Unified_Device_Architecture) implementation of the Enfuse algorithm also used in the Enblend/Enfuse project (http://enblend.sourceforge.net/). Using this technique one can generate HDR-like images calculated from two or more images of ... [More] different exposure. It aims to be an hardware accelerated replacement of the Enblend/Enfuse implementation for standalone usage or together with the Hugin photo stitcher (http://hugin.sourceforge.net/). Taking pictures with different exposures is also called Auto Exposure Braketing (http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belichtungsreihe). [Less]

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jidgen

  Analyzed 3 days ago

jidgen is a Java-based id generator that can be used as a command line program or as a library. The idea is to make automated generation of user IDs as easy as possible by introducing a simple, straightforward template language to describe the structure of the desired IDs. jidgen uses 100% Java and ... [More] is thus platform independent. Itsupports collision filters for different backends to ensure the generated ID is unique in your environment. Blacklists are available to make sure all IDs are socially acceptable. As a command line program, it can easily be accessed by scripts or directly by the user. As an embedded library, it can easily be employed in the process of automated ID generation and suggestion. [Less]

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