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Lista del Comite de Desarrollo de Software Libre del Estado de Jalisco - Seccion Administrativa
Alternate/Temp list for conducting DatabaseAdvisor business while in transition.
Mailing list for discussion and announcements relating to beta versions of DVDBurn, the RISC OS DVD writing software from hubersn Software.
Discussion list for OpenAmiga.org members
A forum for the SibeliusSpeaking beta testers to share their problems, insights, and suggestions for improving the SibeliusSpeaking scripts for Sibelius.
Localization of Freeciv to Swedish
System development in android for musicians, allows the user to add chords and tablature, making automatic scrolling.
This list is a discussion group for MSIT 620 for the Masters program of the University of Maryland University College. This list is about software development project for the class project for group blue concentrating on software coding for a vehicle simulator.
Discussions about developing and using DEMUX Framework.
Discussion and announcements for Kitchener-Waterloo indie game developers.
This is a low volume list. In this list we notify you for Ids2Pix updates/new versions. Ids2Pix works in conjunction with Snort, an open-source lightweight Intrusion Detection System (IDS) which allows automated blocking of the offending Ip(s) to the Cisco(tm) Pix firewall
The Testing and Test Control Notation (TTCN), is a language used to write detailed test specifications. TTCN has been used to specify tests for many kinds of applications, including mobile communications (GSM, 3G, TETRA), wireless LANs (Hiperlan/2), cordless phones (DECT), Broadband technologies (B-ISDN, ATM), CORBA-based platforms and Internet protocols such as IPv6, SIGTRAN, SIP and OSP. The latest version of the language, TTCN version 3 (TTCN-3), is standardized by ETSI (ES 201 873 series) and the ITU-T (Z.140 series).
STAMP stands for "Statistical Team Analysis of Match Performance". STAMP is a scouting application for FIRST robotics teams that allow them to keep records of teams' performance in matches. Unlike most scouting applications STAMP is based on quantitative match performance data rather than qualitative data about a robot. This allows the end user to have well organized data that is easily sortable and rankable. (Formerly known as FSA)
The Austin GPSIG is a new group that meets in person to discuss game programming. The list will be used to send out meeting notices and to conduct group related disucssions.
This is a list about the developing of the p2p-program MLDonkey.