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Asterisk, converts an ordinary computer into a feature-rich voice communications server. Asterisk makes it simple to create and deploy a wide range of telephony applications and services, including IP PBXs, VoIP gateways, call center ACDs and IVR systems. It is maintained by Debian VoIP Team.
This project has grown in the past years and became the most advanced web cms for clan and esport related pages. It features modul management, template and language switching and so on. It supports a wide range of php versions and database drivers.
MongoPool is the tool that manages your connections to different clusters, maps databases to clients and allows you to work only with database names without worrying about creating and managing connections. You will never have to create a MongoClient everywhere you want to access a database again which enables you to write beautiful and maintainable code.
OpenLDAP Software is an open source implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. The OpenLDAP Project was started in 1998 by Kurt Zeilenga. The project started by cloning the LDAP reference source from the University Of Michigan where a long-running project had supported development and evolution of the LDAP protocol.
lin-seti is a command-line program allowing to mantain a cache of work units for the Seti@Home client. Written in C, it should run on most unix-like systems, including linux. It is designed to be cache-compatible with 'Seti Driver' for Windows.
MongoKit framework try to keep its simplicity when you manage mongodb in python. MongoKit was developed to be fast and light with KISS and DRY in mind. MongoKit brings structured schema and validation layer on top of the great pymongo driver. Discuss with us on Google group : http://groups.google.com/group/mongokit or follow the news on Twitter: http://twitter.com/namlook