Free Software by Sam Clippinger

The following packages were all authored by Sam Clippinger and are available as free software.

Package License Downloadable Packages Language Description
Latest and Greatest
GRAPHSTAT GNU GPL v3 (online only) HTML5 / Javascript Generates pretty, believable (but totally random) graphs.
Calendar GNU GPL v2 Releases Java A web-based calendar tool that produces pretty, readable calendars.
Attendance GNU GPL v2 Releases Java A featureful web-based attendance tracker that allows multi-user access and produces several different reports. Written in Java servlets for MySQL.
spamdyke GNU GPL v2 Releases C An SMTP filter for qmail to provide better logging and many, many ways to block spammers. Very effective.
Standalone program -- does not require patching/recompiling qmail.
Command-line and CGI tools
simple_cgi_email GNU GPL Releases C++ A very simple CGI script for sending email from an HTML form. Uses LAFmessage internally and runs on both Win32 and Linux (and possibly other Unix-like OSes).
httpget GNU GPL Releases C++ A simple command-line program for running scripts on remote web servers. Runs on Win32, Linux, Mac OS X (and possibly other Unix-like OSes).
Javascript Games
JSmancala GNU GPL Releases JavaScript A Javascript/DHTML implementation of the strategy board game "Mancala". Runs in the browser with several challenging computer intelligence levels. Play human versus computer, human versus human or computer versus computer.
JSpente GNU GPL Releases JavaScript A Javascript/DHTML implementation of the strategy board game "Pente". Runs in the browser with several challenging computer intelligence levels. Play human versus computer, human versus human or computer versus computer.
JSothello GNU GPL Releases JavaScript A Javascript/DHTML implementation of the board game "Othello", also called "Reversi". Runs in the browser with four challenging computer intelligence levels. Play human versus computer, human versus human or computer versus computer.
JSlife GNU GPL Releases JavaScript A Javascript/DHTML implementation of Conway's "Game" of Life (no relation to the board game). Runs in the browser. Great for benchmarking your browser's Javascript implementation.
Widgets
New Mail GNU GPL Releases Y!WE XML / JavaScript A Yahoo! Widget Engine widget to notify users when they have new mail.
Kontrashulator GNU GPL Releases Y!WE XML / JavaScript A Yahoo! Widget Engine widget to replace and enhance the Dock's trashcan on Mac OS X.
YAWW GNU GPL Releases Y!WE XML / JavaScript A Yahoo! Widget Engine widget to display webcam images from the Kansas City area.
Older Stuff
LAFcommon GNU LGPL Source code Binaries C++ A collection of reusable abstract data type implementations and some small useful features. The reusable portions are written in ANSI C++. The library includes a COM interface for Win32 platforms.
LAFCMS GNU LGPL Source code Binaries C++ A data abstraction midlayer for creating an object-oriented structure inside a relational database. Most of the library is written in ANSI C++ but the only currently supported RDBMS is Microsoft SQL Server, which limits the supported platforms to Win32. The library presents COM, JNI and C++ APIs.
LAFitup GNU GPL Source code Binaries C++ An Windows NT service for running command-line programs as services. Provides features for capturing output to files and restarting crashed services. Includes a feature-complete command-line interface, a COM interface and a sample web interface (using ASP).
LAFmessage GNU LGPL Source code Binaries C++ A feature-complete MIME 1.0 email library that supports composing, sending (via SMTP), receiving (via POP3) and parsing messages. Mass mailing is well supported with background multi-threaded processing. The library presents COM, JNI and C++ APIs. It runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X (and possibly other Unix-like OSes).
SMUSHcode GNU GPL Source code Binaries Java A functional (as opposed to procedural) scripting language interpreter, written in Java. Completely documentated.


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