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A lightweight IM program
Designed to help writers of all kind, Plyme will be a text editor, with collaborative features and outliner capabilities. The collaborative aspect will be the aptitude to commit works to a SubVersion common repository.
Take part in a game which blends the often contrasting genres of science-fiction and fantasy. Bought forth by the imaginations of some of the most skilled people on the net, this game is ever-evolving and dynamic. Every movement affects your future.
Virginia is meant to help you learn pronunciation, writing and other languages skills. By using smart algorithms to help you repeat phrases and words it seeks to help you learn the pronunciation, spelling or meaning of words.
A Hardware/Software Co-Simulation package utilizing TCP/IP networking to allow C and Perl based development simulation environments using Verilog or SystemC hardware models.
XPInstaller for 3rd Party Apps is a project with the dual goals of keeping the Mac version of Mozilla's XPInstall stub application installer alive, plus promoting XPInstall as a deployment tool for all platforms XPInstall is available for, including OSX
XlibVCL is a VCL clone for Kylix.
Foxen is an Open-Source Rendezvous/Zeroconf service advertisement server and browsing client. It is built from the Howl Zeroconf API and a C# Wrapper/Interface.
We are going to develop a linux software to control the Internet cafe or internet kiosk, it will work for Weavefuture multi coin acceptor AK5 and Weavefuture Internet Cafe Kiosk Board. It will turn your old pc into linux coin op internet cafe or kiosk.
The cvs+ project seeks to provide a you would never know that its cvs layer on top of the cvs protocol to make the system easier to use for novices and easier to setup for administrators. This would be based on a perl-tk and text-based cvs client that