Featured projects, February 27, 2012

Once again this week we feature a wide range of projects – a game, an operating system, a security tool, and an educational tool, among others. Check out these projects that have shown a surge in activity in the last two weeks.

  • ReactOS

    ReactOS is an open source effort to develop a quality operating system that is compatible with applications and drivers written for the Microsoft Windows NT family of operating systems (NT4, 2000, XP, 2003).

  • LOIC

    Low Orbit Ion Cannon.

    The project just keeps and maintenances (bug fixing) the code written by the original author – Praetox, but is not associated or related with it.

  • Maxima — GPL CAS based on DOE-MACSYMA

    Maxima is a fairly complete computer algebra system written in lisp with an emphasis on symbolic computation. It is based on DOE-MACSYMA and licensed under the GPL. Its abilities include symbolic integration, 3D plotting, and an ODE solver.

  • Network Spoofer

    Network Spoofer lets you mess with the internet on other people’s computers from an Android phone.

  • PDFedit

    Free editor for PDF documents. Complete editing of PDF documents is possible with PDFedit. You can change raw pdf objects (for advanced users) or use many gui functions. Functionality can be easily extended using a scripting language (ECMAScript).

  • Biet-O-Matic (Bid-O-Matic)

    Yet another sniper tool 🙂 BOM ist a tool to watch and bid on auctions. Many features like mail control, autoconnect/disconnect, integrated ODBC- client, multi-language-support, time sync, item grouping etc.

  • Digital Paint: Paintball 2

    Paintball2 is a fast-paced first-person game with capture the flag, elimination, siege, and deathmatch (free-for-all) styles of gameplay. This project focuses on enhancing the Quake2-based engine it uses.

  • iTALC – OpenSource classroom management

    iTALC is a free classroom management software which enables teachers to view and control computers in their labs and interact with students. It supports Linux and Windows XP (Vista/7 soon) and it even can be used in mixed environments transparently.

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