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A light and easy to use programmer's editor for windows7 weekly downloads
iROS is a meta-operating system for technology-rich "interactive rooms". The core components (Event Heap, DataHeap, iCrafter) provide communication, data storage, and service management for an iRoom.1 weekly downloads
This is an open-source implementation of Elegitimizer.com's "elegitisigner" specification. An easily implemented validation mechanism to help eliminate illegitimate e-mail or Spam. Elegitisigner features a well documented web of trust model.1 weekly downloads
PC-Zine is a software base that allows for a form of publishment called "Pc-Zine" to be made. This includes a backend, a frontend and a web based interface.
The RHSS is an open-source effort to develop a computer simulation of the game of hockey. With an expandeable computer manager module, a robust statistical module, plus a rock-solid game engine, it is expected to become the hockey simulator of choice.
A multipart story that will be using several engines surrounding a post-apocalyptic future of an alternate earth brimming with culture shock as primitive, mystical, alien, technological collide in a often heartless landscape.
The Semantic Server is a Python-based set of tools that allow for better management, analysis, and integration with other systems. It uses the A.L.I.C.E. chatbot technology by Dr. Richard Wallace.
NEWS UPDATE - August 6, 2012 Greetings all! This is Terofal77, the graphics designer of the Sundog Resurrection project, and the last remaining active member of the original team that was assembled in 2002-2003, tasked by Bruce Webster to bring Sundog to life for handheld PDAs. (Remember those things?) Well, I am very pleased to report that AN ALPHA OF THE SUNDOG: RESURRECTION GAME IS ABOUT TO BE RELEASED! Yes, you read that right! Please visit the project website, http://SundogResurrectionProject.com for more information. You have probably seen this website before - I used it as the primary platform during the past five or six years to showcase the SD:R project graphics and news updates, as the project gravitated away from the Sourceforge system and took on a more organic development process. The website has been renovated and now is focused on the impending release of the game. I'll update the rest of this SF website to reflect the news as well.