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This is the Rosie project ("rosie")
This project was registered on SourceForge.net on Mar 7, 2011, and is described by the project team as follows:
ROSIE is a basic cyber-cafe style application that uses DRBL (https://sourceforge.net/projects/drbl/). It's used in places like community based IT centres to control user sessions on the computers. ROSIE comes in two parts. The ROSIE client is the user interface to control the sessions and it can be installed on a computer or even a USB. It will run as long as Java is installed. The ROSIE server is installed on the DRBL server. It allows the client software to interact with DRBL and the operating system to manage user sessions, account creation deletion of accounts, timed sessions and to schedule sessions. It can also deliver on-screen messages to computers, e.g. when the session is about to expire etc... A MySQL database is used to store the session data on the ROSIE server.
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