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Located precisely on the axis of evil, I'm interested in open source solutions specially LAMP. But from time to time you might catch me coding in .Net (C#) but only for desktop applications.

For the past year or so (2012-2013), I've been working on the following open source project which I'm really proud of:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/pome-framework

Pomegranate is a web application framework developed in PHP and Javascript providing you with basic necessities to implement service oriented web applications. I'm using it in some huge projects myself and so far it has not let me down.

There are also a couple of more in github:

https://github.com/ziadloo


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comment What's eating my internet bandwidth? Incompatibility between nethogs and System Monitor's Network History
What if there's no port? iftop's first row is: 192.168.1.1 => 224.0.0.1 and it's eating most of my bandwidth! I know 224.0.0.1 is broadcast IP but why am I downloading from it?
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comment What's eating my internet bandwidth? Incompatibility between nethogs and System Monitor's Network History
But iftop does not tell me which application is downloading, does it?
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asked What's eating my internet bandwidth? Incompatibility between nethogs and System Monitor's Network History
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comment Installing monodevelop from PPA on Ubuntu 14.04 (trusty)
My bad, when I run mono -V it tell me the moon-runtime package is needed, and it did so from the beginning.