- 'brim' is a Web based information manager which manages bookmarks, agenda/calendar, contacts, tasks, notes, passwords, collections, and more. It is based on an MVC framework that uses items with a potential hierarchical relation as its base. It supports multiple themes, an unlimited number of items/folders, and has over 15 translations. 'Brim' was formerly known as 'Booby', but has been totally reworked.
- CIA is a “version control informant” that relays commit notifications to IRC channels. The service running the CIA codebase is down since 2011, and the project no longer maintained. It provided real-time VCS commit notifications on various IRC networks. There were CIA hooks for subversion, git, bzr, etc, so a project just had to install such a hook into their repository and register on the CIA website.
- cWriter is a Web-based collaborative writer. It's homepage is in French, went offline in 2007 so the homepage link is to archive.org. It's source code has translations for English, Spanish, German, and French. Its goal is to facilitate working on a document online and collaborating with peers. It includes tools like a calendar, a file repository, user permissions fixed per document, a bookmark database, a full text search engine, advanced log visibility, and more. cWriter can also be used as an intranet freeform tool.
- Calcurse is a text-based personal organizer which helps keep track of events and everyday tasks. It has a calendar and a "todo" list, and puts your appointments in order. The user interface is configurable, and you can choose between different color schemes and layouts. All of the commands are documented within an online help system.
- Calibre is an e-book manager that can view, convert, edit and catalog e-books in all of the major e-book formats. It's a complete e-library solution that includes library management, e-book format conversion, newsfeed to e-book conversion, integrated e-book viewer, and synchronization with e-reader devices.
- Circle Blvd
- Team task management. Intended for volunteer organizations, non-profits, and small groups. In agile-development terms, it is a streamlined backlog management tool.
- This project handles the scheduling of classes for a college student. Unless overridden by the user, this program provides usable schedules and avoids schedule conflicts and closed sections. The user chooses the session (semester or quarter) and the courses, and blocks out any personal time needed for jobs, child care, sleeping, eating, etc. Access to schools' schedules is via plugins that any Java programmer can write. Some plugins are provided, including one that can use comma separated values suitable for any college or university, and including one for demonstration purposes. Plugins can access a school's web-based schedule of classes, but require maintenance because the web pages change. It is hoped that the open source nature of this software will lead to wider authoring and maintenance of plugins. Some users have commented that this program provides "prettier" printed schedules than their school's own web page can provide.
- This is a GUI program designed to help the newcomer (and veteran) with the Command Line Interface (CLI). It is designed to be a 'helper' in the sense that one can store favorite / useful commands for quick retrieval and use later. It is designed to be a reference as well, it has a 'starter' database of 170+ GNU/ Linux commands.
- Take simple text notes. You can put them into folders to create your own quick, easy and robust file structure. CrocodileNote supports two modes - plain and encryption. In encryption mode all data is encrypted using password-based encryption (PKCS#5) with AES-256. These are common industry standards and used by, e.g., the famous TrueCrypt disk encryption. In plain mode you can view and copy folders directly via PC from your internal SD card. Further features: - Export to ZIP for backup - Linkify notes in case you store e-mail addresses, Internet addresses/URLs or phone numbers - Auto-logout switch for 30 minutes (encryption mode only)
- CuteFlow is a Web-based document circulation tool. Users are able to define "documents", which are sent step-by-step to every user in a list. It provides an electronic method for doing internal document circulations.
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