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mod_psldap

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

mod_psldap is an Apache module for leveraging LDAP services built on the OpenLDAP library and the Apache APIs, to include web based A&A, web based updates to the LDAP store, server-side XSLT processing, and session management across servers.

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about 12 years since last commit

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beihanglug-site

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This website is done for three purpose: 1. homework for Software Engineering course; 2. website for our Beihang Linux User Group, which hasn't yet come into being. 3. practicing our skills on web programming.

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NucServ

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NucServ is a Windows web development environment. Apache, PHP, MySQL all in one package. It also come with phpMyAdmin to easily manage your databases. NucServ installs automatically(installer), and its usage is very intuitive. You will be able to tune your server without even touching the setting ... [More] files. NucServ also has a tray icon to control your server and its settings. [Less]

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Licenses: gpl

Apache::Session::NoSQL

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  Analyzed 1 day ago

Apache::Session::NoSQL Perl module

201 lines of code

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over 4 years since last commit

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hearmesaythis

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HEAR ME SAY THIS uses the Sunlight Labs API, the Twitter API and open standards for voice applications to let citizens record messages in their own voice for members of Congress. Recording a message for the members of Congress that represent you is as easy as making a phone call. HEAR ME SAY THIS ... [More] uses the Sunlight Labs API to determine which members of Congress represent your zip code. When your message is recorded, it is sent to your representatives using the Twitter API. Members of Congress receive your message as a Twitter @reply. If a member representing you does not yet use Twitter, a simple to find #hashtag is inserted into the Twitter message. This makes it easy to use Twitter’s powerful search feature to find messages that have been sent to your representatives in Congress. There’s never been a better way to get your message, in your voice, directly to the people that represent you in Congress. [Less]

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sctronlinux

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Sctronlinux Lab is about Linux, Windows,Mac OS. Sharing and free.

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mod_scrape

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  Analyzed 1 day ago

An Apache httpd filter module that scrapes visible content passing through a proxy

315 lines of code

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4 months since last commit

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naviml

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Navigation Meta Language or NaviML is a YAML based markup language designed in attempt to standarise the expression of web site navigation. NaviML currently plans to support PHP, Python, C# .NET and Apache via native module. First things first, we intend to address navigation issues primarily for ... [More] web sites, not for web applications (there's a difference), not wikis, not blogs, but web sites (however we see no reason why it can't be used with applications). As we see it Web content publication has three primary parts Content sources - from where the content is drawn (Text, Audio, Video, Images, etc) Navigation and validity of content - in what order is the content presented to the user. and, Presentation - or content layout or how the web content looks on various devices (e.g web browsers on desktops) As you might have guessed NaviML aims to address the second point by extending existing standards and making them closely available to popular programming and content delivery environments. Our Wiki article NaviMLDesign tells you in detail what we have added to RSS to make NaviML. Obviously if you are looking to use it you could consider one of our parsers. Source code & ReleasesWe provide official implementations of NaviML parsers for PHP, Python, C# .NET and an Apache module. All of this available via Subversion at Google code. Read the detailed instructions to get started. If you know what you are doing then here's how you checkout our code svn checkout http://naviml.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ naviml-read-onlyOfficial releases are published here, or look for announcements on the list serv. NaviML parsers are published under the extremely liberal MIT license and is free for commercial and non commercial use. Since all software published here is free and Open Source, its use is absolutely at your own risk Writing your own parser? If you are keen then please contribute it back to us and we will put it up here for others to download. Looking for help?We encourage the use of our list serv hosted on Google Groups. This allows us to track your queries and also document it for people who might have the same questions in the future. The group is public and the developers of this project hang around there to answer questions. Bug reporting is handled using the issues features on Google code (you will require a login name to post issues). If you are looking for commercial support or development services for NaviML please contact one of the developers of this project. [Less]

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WDScript

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  Analyzed about 6 hours ago

WDScript and Linux portability of WDScript Project. WDScript is a CGI like php where native language is W-Langage from PCSoft (english and french). Can be used to access Hyperfile Databases from a web server. help: http://wdscript.sf.net/wiki/

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over 11 years since last commit

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acplan

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About acplanAcplan is a tool designed to analyse apache access logs and predict near future server load (bandwidth & request per second). It will be implemented in Python and will use sqlite for storing results.

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Licenses: apache_2