Cerb is a fast and flexible Web-based platform for business collaboration and automation. It helps you remember anything about anyone, collaborate from anywhere, deftly reply to a flood of email, automate, stay informed, capture feedback, track time, flag opportunities, manage tasks, share expert knowledge, and otherwise execute efficiently.
PortSensor is a powerful Windows/Unix server monitoring tool with Linux/Mac/Windows clients. Sensors can be created to monitor nearly any TCP/UDP service, such as: HTTP, FTP, POP3, SMTP, MySQL, and DNS. Custom sensors can be created to monitor your other critical server metrics, such as processor loads, mail queue loads, disk space usage, and log activity.
@g2mk Thanks for summarizing our licensing information! I'll edit the record to use the 'commercial' tag.
The editors tend to filter out pricing information in the descriptions (which makes perfect sense). It's front and center on our website. As you've mentioned, the software defaults to a single seat at no cost, and that's a perpetual license that will never expire. By filling out the quick intro survey after installation we bump that to 3 seats at zero cost -- and that contact information is just used to keep in touch about new project updates. We offer higher seat licenses at no cost to charities and open source projects. For commercial/educational/government use, we have paid seats. The license is perpetual, so the right to use the versions you've paid for will never expire. Seats may be renewed annually to provide a combination of support and software updates.
@simog Hi there. From the project information on the right, you'll notice that we've maintained a record here for 11 years. Our project is commercial open source. The full source code is on GitHub under a permissive license, which has always been permitted here. The brand on Freshmeat changing to _Freecode_ is very recent compared to how long we've used the site, but I believe that their use of 'free' continues to refer to liberty and not zero cost.