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SuperWikia Alpha- Liberty is the open source mainframe kernel of the SuperWikia Alpha Codebase. It provides users access to game engines, internet media and High-Definition (HDCG) 3D graphics interfaces and also hosts user/client/server databases.
GrassView is a wxPython GUI for GRASS, the GNU Geographical Information System.
Tweepcraft "X Chrome" is the solution library and content management system for the Tweepcraft application. Chrome provides the necessary framework for building content and extension libraries which enhance and update existing Tweepcraft files.
Wool is meant to be a simple music composition and rendering environment, with a modular design, virtual instruments and effects. This project is still being planned.
XFileFinder is a Python written file search application. It was made to simplify the search for files. It's made to implent the features that Windows Search doesnt have.
A program to maintain a database of PTA membership / volunteer information. Written in Python, using wxPython for GUI.
A collection of code for games using python. Mostly code for use with games made with pygame, and/or pyopengl. Allthough some of it can be used outside
Peer-to-peer email discussions without the need for a separate discussions server.
The sigrok project aims at creating portable, cross-platform, Open-Source logic analyzer software that supports various hardware products. The sigrok+ project is a fork of the great sigrok project, with added support for oscilloscopes.
svgl is a library for displaying SVG graphics with OpenGL. It is designed to be used in highly interactive graphical applications, in particular with new interactive techniques such as ZUI or see-through tools.