The Open Descent Foundation (ODF) is a community for developers, who want to help to create open source programs, tools, etc. for the famous games Descent1, -2 or -3. Everyone can join the ODF if he accepts the idea of writing open source programs.
A C++ object orientated 2D game engine for Windows, Mac OS, Linux and iPhone.
Small or experimental software projects developed by Nada Amin
BSDStep is an open source BSD based distribution using code from the L4 Microkernel, DragonFly BSD, Cairo and GNUstep projects.
Open Sourced C-Language robotic software to be used with standard motherboard/CPU combinations. All source code will be in modules to allow for easy modification and manipulation by anyone.
Python IDE for Os X - A Cocoa IDE for the Python Language
Fraktron is a set of specifications, libraries and applications to facilitate historically correct typesetting of German and other languages in blackletter script using a variety of font formats, encodings, modes and features.
The Mac TeX Toolbox provides an umbrella for TeX related development for Mac OS X: discussions, pointers to libraries and other support for open source TeX development on Mac OS X.
Pysox is an open-source library for the development of isometric, 3D games (RTS and TBS chiefly). It will be scriptable in either Python or Lua. It is written in Objective-C using GNUstep, OpenGL, and SDL.
A thunderbird 2.0 Add-on for OS X 10.5 for email data mining and email database 3-D viewing.
a vj game engine
API package for SuperPython to provide interoperability between SuperPython (after release python2000) and Microsoft CLR (VC++, C#, VB based).
Various tools for analysis of mySpace relationships and media
A repository to support a variety of commercially available hardware components to communicate via the open source control protocol.
The Gnuritas project aims at designing a "smart" and flexible framework and tools to manage and share knowledge, information and scientific data.
HDRFlow is a framework to process high-dynamic range (HDR) and RAW images. It's written in C++, and is both cross-platform and hardware accelerated on modern GPUs.
The NeXT IRIX or maybe MacOSX. Eventually to be based on the open-source core of OSX, Darwin. Using the free implementation of OpenSTEP, GNUstep for its desktop and application environment, this WILL be the NeXT multimedia powerhouse.