From Drupal and Moodle, right through to a Git versioning system and Perl modules on CPAN, we contribute back to over 175 community open source projects. This list is in order of the number of projects contributed to.
Perl 5 / Moose / PRANG implementation of Shared Registry System (SRS) XML message format This module is an implementation of the XML protocol used by the .nz registry. It allows XML requests (and responses) to be constructed via an OO interface. Additionally, it allows SRS XML documents to be parsed, returning a set of objects. Note, this documentation does not attempt to describe the SRS protocol itself. Please see the NZRS website () for more information on the protocol. Validation is performed on both XML emitting and parsing. This should be less stringent than the SRS itself, so although XML::SRS may generate requests that the SRS will reject as invalid, you can be sure it won't reject input the SRS would accept.
An easy to use command-line driven distributed issue tracker. Using Git as it's storage backend, the power of a distributed Version Control System can be harnessed to enhance and provide powerful features. Cil saves the issues, comments and attachments locally in plain-text for ease of use and easy accessibility.
jQuery plugin providing a widget for date entry and validation. Unlike a 'date picker' the widget is well suited to keyboard-only data entry tasks.
A script to convert a koha installation (created via koha-create) to run using code in a git clone
Benchmark System for OpenStack
A simple framework for creating IRC bots It uses sqlite as the database backend The goal is to make a really dead simple api.
Stackalytics is a service that automatically analyzes OpenStack development activities and displays statistics on contribution. The features are: * Extraction of author information from git log, store it in the database; * Calculate metrics on number of lines changed (LOC) and commits; * Mapping authors to companies and launchpad ids; * Filter statistics by time, modules, companies, authors; * Extract blueprint and bug ids from commit messages; * Auto-update of database.
Websocket enabled HTML dashboard
Zookeepr is a conference management system, originally developed for linux.conf.au. Zookeepr aims to be a one-stop-shop for your conference management needs. It's used for guiding the conference experience, from paper review, to delegate registration and to providing information at the conference. People who would find Zookeepr immediately useful are organisers of technical conferences. As the rough edges are smoothed out, we hope that Zookeepr will fulfill the technical needs of most conferences.