Syllable Desktop is a complete operating system that is easy to use, powerful, lightweight and extraordinarily fast and responsive. It has its own kernel, filesystem, GUI and applications. Syllable Server is a matching small and efficient Linux server.
The aim of this project is to provide and maintain MinGW (Minimalist GNU-Win32, http://www.mingw.org) cross-compiler packages for Linux
AIFF-Tools will be a set of utilities to manage AIFF audio files, providing a library to read and write AIFFs and tools to cut, resample, amplificate, mix, write markers, etc. It aims to support all the features of AIFF (markers, comments, etc.).
The Rossum Project is an attempt to collect and distribute robotics software. We are seeking help with our first project, a mobile-robot simulator featuring a 2-D virtual world, and new work including artificial intelligence and robot-control logic.
Simple and flexible GNU/Linux distribution
Draco is an independently developed GNU/Linux distribution for i486 compatible computers, with focus on simplicity and flexibility. Draco has an distinct separation between the base system and third-party (provided by pkgsrc), the advantage of this approach is that the base system will work without third-party; And third-party applications are completely isolated from the base system, unable to break your system.
TidyForNet and wvForNet provide a native .NET/Mono Wrapper for HTML Tidy and wvWare, using C# and interop. It programmers, using languages such as C# or Visual Basic .NET to interact with HTML Tidy and wvWare. Both wrappers run on Windows and Linux.
A special Linux distribution for total newbies, desktop usage. Primary goals are ease of use and ease of installation. It intentionally does not include any server applications.
Gebix is a FreeBSD-based operating system that will be available for both x86 and ARM as of version 0.7 Release Candidate 1. It will sacrifice most of the legacy support to transition to new or recent alternatives.
Library to use the Gnome libraries from Lua, incl. GLib, GTK and others. Currently about 9000 functions and 1900 structures are supported, even though the tested part is rather small. The code is here in the GIT repository. NOTICE: This project is not maintained anymore. A better alternative is the GIR based lgi project, see this link: https://github.com/pavouk/lgi/
The project is about porting selected (open source) music-, and audio software to latest compilers and platforms...
traylib is a implementation of the Free Desktop System Tray Protocol Specification on the client side. It supports all Windows Managers and Desktop Environments, which support the Protocol on the server side, this includes KDE, Gnome, ICEWM and XFCE.
Tremgcc is a standalone compiler suite especially created to build tremulous videogame, but is able to compile ioquake/openarena, gnupg and other small programs too.
Extension library for Ruby to decode/encode ESRI Shapefile, a data format for geographical information system (GIS).