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Fiji

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  Analyzed 26 days ago

Fiji is Just ImageJ -- batteries included For users, Fiji is easy to install and update, bundles a set of plugins in a coherent menu structure (and updatable), along with comprehensive documentation. For developers, Fiji as an open source project is hosted on a git source version control ... [More] repository, with access to the source code of all internals, libraries and plugins, and eases the development and scripting of plugins. [Less]

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Jato VM

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Jato is an implementation of the Java virtual machine. It includes a VM and a JIT compiler for the x86 machine architecture and supports the JNI API. Jato uses Boehm GC as its garbage collector and relies on GNU Classpath to provide essential Java APIs.

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google-summer-of-code-2007-scons

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WARNING This "project" is only for students' code from GSoC 2007 and is not actually used by the SCons project itself. For ths SCons project, see the home page, the project page, the wiki, or the issues instead of the pages here. SCons is a cross-platform, next-generation build tool. Unlike most ... [More] other build tools that invent their own mini-language or wedge a scripting language onto some other configuration file syntax, SCons configuration files are actually Python scripts. The flexibility of Python scripting makes it possible to solve complicated build problems in surprisingly small amounts of maintainable code. Its portability (the only requirement is Python 1.5.2 or later), cross-platform features (extensive support for languages and compilers), and reliability (MD5 file signatures, cache) make it an incomparable tool for build masters in particular, and also for many free software projects. SCons has been an active project since its founding in 2001. SCons now averages about 7000 downloads per month and has active user and development mailing lists with membership of approximately 450 and 150, respectively, and average monthly traffic of 275 and 100 messages, respectively. The SCons Foundation was organized in 2003 to hold the copyrights of the SCons source code, and to provide a legal entity for any other organizational necessities (e.g., receiving donations). The Foundation is a Delaware non-profit corporation, but does not currently have 501(c)(3) status. [Less]

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google-summer-of-code-2007-lanka

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Lanka Software Foundation (LSF) is a non-profit umbrella organization for many outstanding free/open source projects globally. Some of the high profile projects it incubated are, Sahana, disaster management system http://sahana.lk/ and Axis project http://ws.apache.org/axis/ which is now part of the Apache Foundation.

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google-summer-of-code-2007-blender

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The Blender Foundation is an independent organisation (a Dutch 'stichting'), acting as a non-profit public benefit corporation, with the following goals: To establish services for active users and developers of Blender To maintain and improve the current Blender product via a public accessible ... [More] source code system under the GNU GPL license To establish funding or revenue mechanisms that serve the foundation's goals and cover the foundation's expenses To give the worldwide Internet community access to 3D technology in general, with Blender as a core [Less]

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google-summer-of-code-2007-squeak

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Squeak is a Smalltalk dialect and a programming environment created by many of the original Smalltalk authors. Its first edition was released in 1996, and it's currently at version 3.9, with a 3.10 version under development. It has spawned many related projects, both non-commercial (such as ... [More] Squeakland, Croquet, Scratch, Sophie) and commercial (Plopp, DabbleDB). It's also the main developer platform for the Seaside web framework. The Squeak community is helped by the Squeak Foundation, a small organization dedicated to support Squeak's development. The Squeak Foundation will be incorporated as a 501(c) non-profit during 2007. The Squeak Foundation takes care of all the bureaucratic tasks for the community (providing funding for server and connectivity costs, etc.); all the other tasks and problems, including technical ones, are handled by the community. [Less]

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google-summer-of-code-2007-moin

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The MoinMoin project is developing a popular wiki engine in Python. Note that we do not use the wiki or issue tracker here, please go to http://moinmo.in/ to find the original wiki site. Wikis are getting more and more important for the communication infrastructure of OSS groups all over the ... [More] world. Especially groups like Apache, Ubuntu, Python, Debian, Fedora, Xen, KernelNewbies, linuxwiki.org (de), etc. are using MoinMoin to keep the contact going with their users and developers and for documentation. [Less]

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google-summer-of-code-2007-squirrel

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The most popular open source webmail solution: SquirrelMail. SquirrelMail is known for its low system requirements and scalability, plus it's easily extendable through the plugins-mechanism.

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google-summer-of-code-2007-stsci

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The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) is the science operations center for the Hubble Space Telescope (HST; in orbit since 1990) and for the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST; scheduled to be launched in 2013). STScI is located on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus in Baltimore ... [More] , Maryland and was established in 1981 as a community-based science center that is operated for NASA by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA). Today, in addition to performing continuing science operations of HST and preparing for scientific exploration with JWST, STScI manages and operates the Multi-mission Archive at Space Telescope (MAST), the Data Management Center for the Kepler mission and a number of other activities benefiting from its expertise in and infrastructure for supporting the operations of space-based astronomical observatories. The staff at STScI consists of scientists (mostly astronomers and astrophysicists), software engineers, data management and telescope operations personnel, education and public outreach experts, and administrative and business support personnel. There are approximately 100 Ph.D. scientists working at STScI, 15 of which are ESA staff who are on assignment to the HST project. The total STScI staff consists of about 350 people. STScI operates its missions on behalf of NASA, the worldwide astronomy community, and the general public. The science operations activities directly serve the astronomy community, primarily in the form of HST (and eventually JWST) observations and grants, but also include distributing data from other NASA missions (e.g., Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer, Galaxy Evolution Explorer) and ground-based sky surveys. The ground system development activities create and maintain the software systems needed to provide these services to the astronomy community. STScI's public outreach activities provide a wide range of information, on-line media, and programs for formal educators, planetariums and science museums, and the general public. STScI's award-winning public outreach websites receive millions of hits per month. STScI also serves as a source of guidance to NASA on a range of optical and UV space astrophysics issues. The STScI staff interacts and communicates with the professional astronomy community through a number of channels, including participation at the bi-annual meetings of the American Astronomical Society, publication of quarterly STScI newsletters and the STScI website, hosting user committees and science working groups, and holding several scientific and technical symposia and workshops each year. These activities enable STScI to disseminate information to the telescope user community as well as enabling the STScI staff to maximize the scientific productivity of the facilities they operate by responding to the needs of the community and of NASA. [Less]

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google-summer-of-code-2007-videolan

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VideoLAN is a project producing free software focused on video. Started in a the Ecole Centrale Paris, a French Grande Ecole, it is now an international community of developers and users. VideoLAN has produced and started a few well-known video applications and libraries, as libdvdcss, VLS or VLC ... [More] media player. VLC media player, a cross-platform media player, encoder and streamer, is now the main focus of VideoLAN, and has been downloaded millions of time (about 30 millions for the previous release). [Less]

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