An impressive early implementation of TCP/IP
Mirror directly approved by Phil Karn, KA9Q. The KA9Q NOS TCP/IP package began life way back in 1985 on a surplus Xerox 820 computer board running CP/M with a 4 MHz Zilog Z-80 CPU, 64KB of RAM and a 8" floppy drive holding all of 243KB. Later, it moved to the IBM PC with the 8088 and 80286 CPUs running MS-DOS. KA9Q NOS was only the second known implementation of the Internet protocols for low-end computers. Unlike PC/IP, KA9Q NOS could simultaneously act as an Internet client, a server and an IP packet router, and handle multiple client and server sessions. KA9Q NOS attracted many contributors and became widely used throughout the 1980s and 1990s in amateur packet radio and various educational projects. In a way, it was the Linux of its day. KA9Q NOS became the basis for several low-end commercial dialup terminal servers and routers. It influenced the development of the Internet protocols and implementations, including the Linux kernel.
Cuts 3D objects from polystyrene foam (EPS/XPS)
A robotic DIY styrofoam cutter consisting of one rotational and two translational axes. It cuts a variety of shapes out of styrofoam-like materials using a hot wire. This project documents the necessary hardware and software parts. Don't miss the follow-up project at http://raumschaum.org Its goal is to further develop hardware and software into an user friendly application.
An open source bluetooth stack for Linux (and other operating systems). Support for SDP/L2CAP/RFCOMM. No further development is expected for this project as BlueZ has taken the official role as bluetooth stack for Linux.
This library is meant for high performance calculations for science or 3D games/rasterizers using SIMD instructions of x86 processors to allow an unparalleled level of optimization. This takes advantage of MMX, 3DNow!, 3DNow!+/MMX+, & SSE/SSE2/SSE3/SSSE3
A multi user dungeon based on diku/merc/rom source code.
This is an enhanced version of the original pgsqldb interface which is included with the BIND-9.x
Right now we\'re in a stepping stone stage. We\'re ditching all the Quake 2 code, so we\'re drafting some new specs. For all those that are wondering when it\'s going to be done, just remeber the famous J. Carmack line. \"When it\'s done.\" -junkieboo
GeoGebra is free and multi-platform dynamic mathematics software for learning and teaching geometry, algebra, statistics, and calculus. Download the free software at http://www.geogebra.org. Find the source code at http://www.geogebra.org/trac
This project is officially dead.
Translation program to learn other than native languages.
You can manage your team and you can play with other players. This game have 960 teams in 48 divisions. You can train your players, build your stadium and manage it, buy or sell players, build centre of youth, you have a staff, you can create cups
The OpenBooks Project aims to collect, create, and maintain professional quality books released under OpenContent style licenses. DocBook is the official format.
Squrelayerproxy is a project aimed for adding more privacy for existing messengers, proxy and security features. For windows you have a free and good HTTP proxy and in linux we have a shell-wrapper based on provocation-answer customizable secret algorith
TMPCanvas is a set of Delphi's Components and Controls which implement a vector Canvas and some basic GIS tools.
onDev is configuration management suite. It is flexible integration pack for Version Controll, Change Request Management and other management tool. onDev makes your process solid!
The software contains a set of algorithms to control the mobile robot called volksbot. Wiki: http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/openvolksbot/index.php?title=Main_Page