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devel:tools:scm / trac-plugin-migrate Maintainer Bugowner

The plugin provides trac-migrate.py script and the migrate command of trac-admin which migrates to a new Trac environment with another database.

devel:tools:scm / trac-plugin-navadd Maintainer Bugowner

Trac allows existing items in the main and meta navigation bar menu items to be customized, however it does not allow custom items to be added. This plugin allows you to add custom items ("buttons") to both the main and the meta navigation bar. Item name, title and URL can be specified in trac.ini, as well as an optional permission the user is required to have to see the item.

The plugin was inspired by and derived from NavMoverPlugin. In contrast to NavMoverPlugin this plugin does not hide navigation bars, which was my main motivation for creating this "fork".

Never get another email about a ticket change that you made. You still receive ticket changes that others have made (if you are owner/assigned/cc).

This plugin will attempt to block you from receiving email by checking:

* email configured in user preferences
* SMTP default domain based emails
* email addresses with display names (eg "Bob Smith " which usually comes from VCS client via post commit hooks)
* usernames that are email addresses

devel:tools:scm / trac-plugin-spamfilter Maintainer Bugowner

A plugin that allows different ways to reject contributions that contain spam.

The TracStatsPlugin adds a Stats tab to the trac project. Underneath this tab can be found statistics about subversion, wiki, and ticket system.

Make wiki pages easily printable, exporting to PDF (book or article format) or printable HTML format (page contents without trac headers/footers). PDF export is based on pure python libraries (such as xhtml2pdf), instead of depending on an external applications.

Documentation:Tools Maintainer

Tools of the SUSE Documentation Team and documentation-related tools, used for building the contents in project Documentation.

Documentation:Tools / sigil Maintainer

Sigil is a free and open source editor for the EPUB format. It is designed for easy, WYSIWYG editing of EPUB files and for converting other formats to EPUB. It also provides features for advanced users, like direct XHTML, CSS and XPGT editing. You can use it to add any of the metadata entries supported by the EPUB specification and create a hierarchical Table of Contents.

editors Maintainer

This project contains normal text editors and special hexadecimal editors. Both for X11 and the console.

filesharing Maintainer

This project contains packages required to use or setup peer to peer networks as well as other tools to share files.

games Maintainer


games / frozen-bubble Maintainer

Shoot up bubbles. Similar to the console game Puzzle-Bobble.

games:tools Maintainer Bugowner

Level editors, server browsers, pixel art tools, asset extractors etc.

graphics Maintainer

This project hosts all graphics related software, such as viewers, tools for manipulating images, capturing and such stuff.

It is a devel project for openSUSE:Factory.

graphics / pngquant Maintainer

pngquant is a command-line utility and a library for lossy compression of PNG images.

The conversion reduces file sizes significantly (often as much as 70%) and preserves full alpha transparency. Generated images are compatible with all modern web browsers, and have better fallback in IE6 than 24-bit PNGs.

hardware / moxa Maintainer

This package contains the kernel modules to support MOXA UPort servers.

hardware:sdr / ghpsdr3-alex Maintainer

The software comprises 3 different components:
A) the servers - there is a CLI based server for each type of hardware.
For example, hpsdr-server, usrp-server, softrock (server), sdriq-server, HiQSDR
B) the dspserver - this is the software in the middle that processes the IQ data
from the server (connected over LAN via UDP) using DttSP. The same dspserver
can connect to any of the servers in A.
C) the client - QtRadio

home:dstoecker Maintainer Bugowner

Packages I maintain primarily:
- alpine
- mp3gain
- pixieplus (no longer included in openSUSE)
- recover

Probably these will move to other projects sometimes in the future.

home:dstoecker / alpine Maintainer

Alpine -- an Alternatively Licensed Program for Internet News & Email -- is a tool for reading, sending, and managing electronic messages. Alpine is the successor to Pine and was developed by Computing & Communications at the University of Washington.

Though originally designed for inexperienced email users, Alpine supports many advanced features, and an ever-growing number of configuration and personal-preference options.

This driver supports the following device families: DL-6xxx, DL-5xxx, DL-41xx, DL-3xxx

For older distributions see repository home:dstoecker:oldos.

JBidWatcher is a Java-based application allowing you to monitor auctions you're not part of, submit bids, snipe (bid at the last moment), and otherwise track your auction-site experience.

It includes adult-auction management, MANY currencies (pound, dollar (US, Canada, Australian, and New Taiwanese) and euro, presently), drag-and-drop of auction URLs, an original, unique and powerful 'multisniping' feature, and a relatively nice UI.

home:dstoecker / mp3gain Maintainer

MP3Gain analyzes and losslessly adjusts mp3 files to a specified target volume. It does not simply do peak amplitude normalization. Instead, it performs statistical analysis to determine how loud the file actually sounds to the human ear.

home:dstoecker / pavuk Maintainer

Pavuk is used to download or mirror web sites or files. It transfers documents
from HTTP, FTP, Gopher and optionally from HTTPS (HTTP over SSL) servers. An
optional GTK GUI allows easy configuration. Many options allow fine-tuning for
the usage scenario. This is an tool for experts and much to complicated for

home:dstoecker / recover Maintainer

Recover is a utility which automates some steps as described in the
Ext2fs-Undeletion howto.
(http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Ext2fs-Undeletion.html) in order to recover a
lost file. The goal is to make it as easy as possible to undelete a

home:dstoecker:base Maintainer
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