OTRS: Open Source Help Desk and IT Service ManagementSolution

« OTRS is an open source software system for managing a wide range of business processes, from Help Desk to Support Center to IT Service Management. Based on a set of functions built on a « trouble ticket, » OTRS is built to allow support, sales, pre-sales, billing, internal IT, support desk and many other departments to react quickly and responsibly to inbound inquires. Do you receive many e-mails and want to answer them with a team of agents? You’re going to love OTRS! « 

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Extending Your Product | OpenOffice.org repository for Extensions

Experience new functionality. Adjust your OpenOffice.org to your needs. Maximize your productivity…
…with the help of extensions, which add functionality or slight tweaks to the user interface or entirely new feature to the OpenOffice.org product.

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The ODF Toolkit Project

The ODF Toolkit provides a home for libraries that ease the development of applications that support ODF , the unique vendor neutral open standard for office documents. The ODF Toolkit further provides a home for tools that process ODF or check ODF conformance.

The range of projects that are available in the ODF Toolkit goes from small tools that simplify using ODF in the software development process, over an ODF validation tool up to large ODF Java and .NET libraries that can be used within other projects. And this is just the start. Developers are invited to freely host their open source ODF libraries and tools within the ODF Toolkit, to join the existing projects, and to collaborate with ODF developers everywhere.

The ODF Toolkit provides Mercurial for hosting your code, forums, mailing lists, wikis, an issue tracking system, and personalized home pages. More will come.

CNRI Digital Object Repository

Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI) has developed a new version of its Repository Software. This Digital Object Architecture provides a mechanism for the creation of, and access to, digital objects as discrete data structures with unique, resolvable identifiers. These Digital Objects provide a foundation for representing and interacting with information on the Internet.

The software is freely available for download, under an open source license agreement.