This project is aimed at creating a complete Open Source solution for Linux based Internet coffee shops. The main application is the Monocaffe Administrator which is developed on Java using MySQL as a backend DB. This allows the application to be platfor
A small no-nonsense personal digital organizer written in GTK2, featuring appointments, todos and notes. It uses iCalendar files as it's native backend, supports multiple alarms per appointment/todo and has recursive todos.
The aim of project Prospectus is to design and implement a natural environment rendering system for real-time applications, for example games. This means mainly landscape, but also trees, particle effects, and sky.
Wechselspieler is an interactive motion tracking tool to transform movement information coming from a file or video into sound in realtime using the MIDI or OSC protocol. It features an easy to use GUI for defining/editing the image trigger regions.
Open Application Builder for GTK 2
USBSink is a GNOME program for automatic file synchronization with removable drives.
gorbital is a atomic orbital viewer written using gtkmm (gtk--). gorbital displays a 3d interactive view of a electron orbitals. It is meant to be an open source viewer much like Orbital Viewer by David Manthey (http://www.orbitals.com/orb/).
freshness is a simple audio files organizer for GNOME desktop. You can edit and view tags for MP3, FLAC, OGG and MPC audio files.
WaveMixer is a multitrack wave editor. It can mix mutliple sound together to make a new sound file. We want to do an audio software that is simple to use for anyone, and not only by profesionnal users.
GnoMencoder is a C# program for copying DVDs to avi or any other format. It uses Mencoder as a back-end right now, but can be extended to use any other program or library. It also features a Gnome front-end, but that can be also overriden.
GLBCC is a front-end to the GNU Compiler Collection. GLBCC adds Liberty Basic to the GCC language collection so that Liberty Basic code can be compiled directly to an executable. Since GLBCC uses GCC, the object files can also be linked with object file
Share a mouse and keyboard between multiple computers.
SCREEM is a GNOME website / tag based html editor (ie not WYSIWYG) which aims not only to aid in creating web pages, but also to provide useful site maintainance facilities as well, including automatic link updating, and site upload facilities.
A Java binding for the wxWidgets library of GUI widgets and utilities. Formerly hosted under the 'steveperkins.net' project, now given its own project space.
This project aims to make a full featured file manager for the Gnome desktop environment. The Aardvark File Manager will be a quick, extensible and highly usable file manager which will integrate natively in Gnome and will have support some for KDE.
Truevision is a 3D modeler for gnome and povray. It is still in an alpha developpement phase.
This project builds on the jUSB APIs, initially supporting the Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) over USB on Linux. The software is GPL'd, and includes an extensible core library (for developers), commandline support, and user tools.
This project has been merged into the Cygwin Ports project.
Glame is targeted to be the GIMP for audio processing. Glame supports non destructive multitrack editing, recording and mixing; realtime effects using native or LADSPA plugins; OSS, ALSA or SGI audio and WAV, Mp3 and Ogg file formats.
Gnome Flow is program written to calculate and visualize simple, steady-state fluid flows around objects. The program calculates the stream, vorticity and pressure using the relaxation method.
A scrolling news ticker applet for the GNOME panel, supporting most of the known news sites.
A plot package using OpenGL and meant to be used in Octave and Overflow. It does not aim to be a standalone interactive plot package, but to be used from other applications.
A simple "mime-sink" BitTorrent client designed to integrate with the GNOME desktop. Currently just a GUI on top of the official BitTorrent Python backend.
Arpix is a project to create a library for archiving and compression (LibGarp), and a frontend for it (GnomeZip).