Google have at long last opened their Android operating system under the Apache 2.0 Open Source licence. This Linux-based mobile phone operating system seems to be catching on, with HTC having already launched their device. Motorola and Kyocera have both also announced that they have Android phones in the works.
eXe is an award winning authoring application to assist teachers and academics in the publishing of web content without the need to become proficient in HTML or XML markup.
Mātāpuna is a web-based tool developed for Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori / The Māori Language Commission to assist with compiling a Māori language dictionary. The system assists with many aspects of lexicography, including team collaboration, routine error and consistency checking, corpus searching, publishing, and progress monitoring in addition to the traditional headword and entry management.
Kete - the Māori word for 'basket' - provides a platform for developing community contributed content. The kete or basket is the overall organising structure for content. Beyond baskets content is organised by the community using tagging and relating pieces of content to each other. Kete is a Ruby on Rails application originally commissioned by the Horowhenua Library Trust and built by Katipo Communications.
GeSHi is what it says on the box: a generic syntax highlighter. And an award-winning one at that. It started life in New Zealand as a project of Nigel McNie and has since attracted numerous contributors who have added support for dozens of programming languages.
Xinha is a well-regarded WYSIWYG HTML editor component for use in web browsers. By being highly configurable and extensible, Xinha makes it straightforward to build just the right editor for the job to hand in your web application.
Greenstone is a suite of multilingual software for building and distributing digital library collections. Produced at the University of Waikato, the project has been developed and distributed through UNESCO and the Human Info organisation.
The National Library of New Zealand created the Metadata Extraction Tool to programmatically extract preservation metadata from a range of file formats including PDF, image files, sound files and office documents.
The web Curator Tool is a collaborative effort by the National Library of New Zealand and the British Library designed to manage the kind of selective web harvesting undertaken by libraries and other collecting organisations seeking to preserve online digital content.