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GNAHB Tools is a set of tools for building and deploying code on the GNAHB board created at the Illinois Institute of Technology. It will be backwards compatible to support code written for the MIT Handyboard.
A GTK+ MUD client with support for MCCP, MXP, support for the zChat and MudMaster peer-to-peer chat protocols, the MUD sound protocol (MSP), Telnet GA support, regexp trigger support, aliases, Perl and Python plugin support.
Internet Control Firewall Intrusion Detection and Logger for Inbound and Outbound Traffic. Watches Files and Directories, Drive and Memory Protection.
Hey Everyone! Nirvana has moved to http://sourceforge.net/projects/nirvana It isn't here anymore.
OpenSN is an Open Source version of SpamNet, the difference between OpenSN and SpamNet is that OpenSN will be available to all types of email applications that run from your desktop, and also run on all OSes. And plugs into email apps to help stop spam.
Revelation is a 3D Engine under the MIT license. It is implemented in C++ with hopes of a embedded LISP dialect. It focuses on quality and design rather than speed. It will be real time when real time catches up with us.
wxArt2D gives wxWindows applications sophisticated vector drawing functionality. It is based on a framework supporting multiple views within a hierarchical document. Supports drawing & (Graph) editing. In-output in SVG, GDSII, XML, easy to extend.