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SuperWikia: The Runtime/Realtime Environment for Codesmiths
This was a personal research project for me. I never made any later commits, so most of the code is on unreadable floppy disks. I might tinker with the idea of a toy operating system someday.
Maiden-core is a Linux kernel robotics API module, extensible in Erc. The Maiden Project also documents and develops the Maiden architecture for mobile robots, a set of (optional) designs and standards for robots using the Maiden-core API.
Transcriber is an API-U/I app for SuperWikia Alpha developers and codesmiths to create secure identities for patches and subversion. Using its transcribe acronym interface (TAI), users may build and deploy transcribes for their SuperWikia apps.
Tweepcraft-OS is a 3D human model and prop simulator for SuperWikia Alpha. Using Tweepcraft-OS 3D prescriptions and extensions, users may improve animation, voice over lip syncing and other runtime features. Requires SuperWikia Alpha, Wobba Wobba and
XSystem Kernel Project - an object-oriented 32-bit protected-mode operating system for IA32-architecture.
open source analogue of IBM OS/2 operating system
A portable BASIC in the style of Microsoft 6502 BASIC (especially the Apple ][+ variant), with influence from GW-BASIC and Atari BASIC among others, with enhanced features, written in C for portability to computers large and small.