Welcome

Welcome to Digirati's open-source software web site. You find all Digirati's contributions to Internet community here. We hope it's useful to you.

Watchcat

watchcatd
mod_watchcat
ruby-watchcat

Projects for Lua

mod_lua
Lua Sandbox library
Big numbers and Big Rationals library
Packaging Lua libraries

Projects for OCaml

OcamlFd

Projects for C

F3 - Fight Flash Fraud

Patches

Linux and DragonFly BSD: Limit process tree depth (fork depth)
Cyrus Sieve: Using the user email as the MAIL FROM envelope address

Essays

Ethernet saves the day again
A model to VoIP market
Testing software is so important that we must do it less

Mirrors we host

br2.php.net

Donations to the Internet Community

We are an Internet company happy with the Internet community. We use many products and services run by the Internet community, and we think that monthly donating to open projects is a good way to nurture our community to grow and prosper.

The picking criteria are that (1) we have to know the service or product, (2) use it, (3) be satisfied with its quality, and (4) it must be free.

If you want to participate, donate directly to one of the listed projects below. If you'd like to help our projects, contract one of the services offered by HostNet.

Beginning in October, 2007, Digirati started to delivery two one-hundred-dollar donations a month!

Beginning in December, 2008, We will add a link to the page where one can make a donation to the listed projects when it is not linked on the first page of the website of the project. We hope it will help those who also want to donate to the projects we already support.

Beginning in December, 2010, Digirati started to delivery three one-hundred-dollar donations a month!

Beginning in September, 2011, entities that have two or more significant products will receive US$200. Since some entities already received their donations this year, we'll donate again to them.

Delivered donations:

2015 April 7th (early May donation): Software Freedom Conservancy - is a not-for-profit organization that helps promote, improve, develop, and defend Free, Libre, and Open Source Software (FLOSS) projects. Conservancy provides a non-profit home and infrastructure for FLOSS projects. This allows FLOSS developers to focus on what they do best — writing and improving FLOSS for the general public — while Conservancy takes care of the projects' needs that do not relate directly to software development and documentation.
We donated US$ 200.00 through PayPal.
Donate here.

2015 April 7th (early May donation): ISC - Internet Systems Consortium is a nonprofit public benefit corporation dedicated to supporting the infrastructure of the universal connected self-organizing Internet - and the autonomy of its participants - by developing and maintaining core production quality software, protocols, and operations.
We donated US$ 200.00 through PayPal.
Donate here.

2015 April 7th: The OpenSSL Software Foundation (OSF) - is a corporate entity representing the OpenSSL project for the purpose of providing financial support in the form of support contracts, consulting services, and donations.
We donated US$ 100.00 through PayPal.
Donate here.

2015 April 7th: The TeX Users Group (TUG) was founded in 1980 to provide an organization for people who are interested in typography and font design, and/or are users of the TeX typesetting system invented by Donald Knuth. TUG is a not-for-profit organization by, for, and of its members, also representing the interests of TeX users worldwide.
We donated US$ 200.00 through PayPal.
Donate here.

2015 April 7th (late March donation): Memtest86 - is an advanced memory diagnostic tool. Based on the well-known original memtest86 written by Chris Brady, memtest86+ is a port by some members of the x86-secret team, now working at www.canardpc.com. Our goal is to provide an up-to-date and completly reliable version of this software tool aimed at memory failures detection.
We donated US$ 100.00 through PayPal.
Donate here.

2015 April 7th (late March donation): MariaDB Foundation promotes, protects, and advances the MariaDB codebase, community, and ecosystem. MariaDB is an enhanced, drop-in replacement for MySQL.
We donated EUR$ 200.00 through PayPal.
Donate here.

2015 February 3rd: The phpMyAdmin Project - phpMyAdmin is a tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web.
We donated US$ 100.00 through Conservancy/PayPal.
Donate here.

2015 February 3rd: The OpenBSD Foundation is a Canadian not-for-profit corporation which exists to support OpenBSD and related projects such as OpenSSH, OpenBGPD, OpenNTPD, OpenSMTPD, and LibreSSL.
We donated US$ 200.00 through PayPal.
Donate here.

2015 January 4th: The GNOME Foundation - The GNOME Project is an effort to create a complete, free and easy-to-use desktop environment for users, as well as a powerful application development framework for software developers. GNOME is part of the GNU Project, is Free Software, and developed as Open Source software. The GNOME Foundation will work to further the goal of the GNOME project: to create a computing platform for use by the general public that is completely free software.
We donated US$ 200.00 through PayPal.
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2015 January 4th: WordPress is a state-of-the-art semantic personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. What a mouthful. WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time.
We donated US$ 100.00 through PayPal.
Donate here.


Publications

Below is a list of papers published with the participation of people working at Digirati.