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New Open Source Projects in the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC)

Posted by turbogeek on March 6, 2005 at 4:23 PM PST

We have four new projects in the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC). This time we have a prompter system for English and Turkish, healthcare framework, a simulation of Unix, and a remote desktop controller for a J2ME cell phone. Take a look at the descriptions below and click on the links to join these projects and help out.

BelletMen - An English-Turkish Prompter System

javahealth - A framework and toolset to facilitate building healthcare-related applications. Includes a library to manage healthcare concepts and processes and an architecture to build information sharing applications, as well as some basic (but functional) implementations.

JEmuX attempts to be a simulation of a common UNIX environment that runs as a normal Java application. JEmuX's mission is to become an application that behaves like a user-space UNIX system, where users can execute ordinary operations and tasks, use and manage their files and devices as if they were on UNIX. This project has born exclusively for hobby and fun, with particular attention on trying to reproduce UNIX behaviour using OOP approach. It could be also useful for people who might like to have a glance on how a simple UNIX system works, just to discover a new and "unknown" environment. It's console-based and looks forward to modularity, so that it could be easily enhanced with new issues that come to mind.

remotecontroller - To develop a J2ME application which works as Remote Control for a desktop PC/notebook.