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NasuTek Communica is an IRC Client for Windows.
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Tagging Advanced Application. Take control over your music library! TagAdA lets you manage the tags inside your music files and organize them on your disk, in a nice and intuitive interface. Go to our contributions website: http://contribute.tagada.me/
The Open Translation Network will assist people in translating and revising any textual document. Based on P2P technology, it will allow users to request/provide the translation or the revision of virtually any textual document.
The iDisplay is a Web 2.0 product display widget based on the popular Carousel component and also the product display you may have seen on Apple.com. For further information on our open-source projects, head over to Blarnee.com.
The Under-Chat is one of the largest realtime chat networks in the world, with approximately 19 servers connecting over 35 countries and serving more than 1,000,000 people weekly.
Provides all features of Apples .Mac services but for free and provides the features to which Apple .Mac does not provide.
JPMBLabs is interested in developing Objective C utilities for Mac OS X
A scenegraph library for Cairo, with a C api similar to Cairo's. Uses quadtrees and bitmap caching for quick updating and modification of the scene. Support for user-defined events. Supports whatever backends Cairo supports, like Xlib or Windows.
Plugged (pretend) to be a C++ framework to write browser plugins in a cross-platform way.
uDevGames 2008 Games and Source Code.