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Fbi IMproved
FIM is a lightweight universal image viewer, mostly for Linux (but not only). FIM aims to be a highly customizable and scriptable image viewer for users who are comfortable with software like the VIM text editor or the Mutt mail user agent. It has been developed with Linux in mind, but can be built to run on several Unix systems or even on MS-Windows.
GMail Archiver
GMail Archiver is a tool for archiving IMAP, mbox files, or Mailman archives to a GMail account.
Karchiver
'kArchiver' is a utility for working with compressed files. Users can create tar.gz, tar.bz2, .zip, and other files, as well as add, remove, or view files with a multiselection window. Its interface merges with konqueror, so users can view and extract all archives within the file manager. Right-clicking on an archive allows you to extract archives in background. The program also converts files between .tar.gz and .tar.bz2, provides an automatic splitter/unsplitter to fit a file onto a set of floppies, and includes wizards that help users compile and install software through kArchiver's interface. Please note that there are separate versions of kArchiver for KDE 1.x and 2.x, and they are *not* compatible.
LZO
'LZO' is a portable lossless data compression library. It offers pretty fast compression and very fast decompression. Decompression requires no memory. In addition there are slower compression levels achieving a quite competitive compression ratio while still decompressing at this very high speed.
LZPX
LZPX is a fast and powerful file compressor. The main features of this program are:
  • Good compression ratio
  • Fast compression and decompression speed
  • Small size
Libzip
'libzip' is a library for reading, creating, and modifying zip archives. Users can add files from data buffers, files, or compressed data copied directly from other zip archives, and can revert changes made without closing the archive.
Lzip
Lzip is a lossless data compressor based on the LZMA (Lempel-Ziv-Markov chain-Algorithm) algorithm designed by Igor Pavlov. The high compression of LZMA comes from combining two basic, well-proven compression ideas: sliding dictionaries (i.e. LZ77/78), and markov models (i.e. the thing used by every compression algorithm that uses a range encoder or similar order-0 entropy coder as its last stage) with segregation of contexts according to what the bits are used for. Lzip is not a replacement for gzip or bzip2, but a complement; which one is best to use depends on user's needs. Related subprojects include:
Clzip
A C implementation of lzip for systems lacking a C++ compiler.
Plzip
A multi-threaded compressor using the lzip file format.
Lzlib
A compression library for the lzip file format.
Lunzip
A small decompressor for lzip files.
Lziprecover
A data recovery tool and decompressor for lzip files.
Pdlzip
A limited, "public domain" implementation of the lzip data compressor,
intended for those who can't distribute GPL licensed Free Software. Pdlzip is also able to decompress legacy lzma-alone (.lzma) files.
Mediatex
The Mediatex project intends to make easier as possible archives management by spreading and accessing "write once read many" supports (as compact disks) and dedicated metadata. It provides a server sharing perennial URLs on electronic records.
MongooseIM
MongooseIM is aimed at large, complex enterprise level projects where real-time communication is critical for business success. It provides high availability, ease of deployment, development and reliability in production. The MongooseIM platform includes server-side components and client libraries. It has also contributed to open source third party XMPP libraries: Smack for Android and XMPP framework for iOS. Built around proven technologies XMPP/Jabber, it adds a simple client/server REST API for front-end and back-end integration.
NextTypes
System for storing, processing and transmitting information based on standards that integrates the features of other systems such as relational databases, programming languages, transmission protocols, file systems, operating systems, data formats and hardware in one tightly integrated system through a common data types system. It's based on a multi-language (UTF-8 encoding), relational, modular, MVC and REST architecture that provides users with a simple interface to manage data and developers with the ability to modify and extend the system, adapting the interface and programming actions through a system with higher level of abstraction than JDBC that simplifies using SQL. Some integrated technologies are MySQL, JavaScript, Java, HTTP, WebDAV, CalDAV, SMTP, HTML5, CSS3, JSON, XML, RSS, Smile, iCalendar, QRCode, JPEG, PNG, X.509 Certificates, CodeMirror and TinyMCE. Includes full text search, WCAG 2-AAA conformance, cache, logging and anti CSRF, XSS, SQL injection and DoS protection.


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