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Text categorization, arabic language processing, language modeling27 weekly downloads
Goki check aims to detect context from graphics image.20 weekly downloads
Basic text editor, available to the public for modification and use.4 weekly downloads
Directory traversal exploitation tool for web developers.2 weekly downloads
This project is for the Fort Myers High School Technology Student Association club, and is apart of the Video Game division. We will be creating a video game from scratch and registering it into a contest, with the best hopes of winning :)2 weekly downloads
MBDyn_sim_suite is a collection of free pre&post-processing tools and simulation models for the open-source multi-body analysis software MBDyn forming a general purpose simulation environment for structural dynamics with an emphasis on wind turbines.2 weekly downloads
QME-DEV Workbench (wxScipy) is a data analysis workbench based on Python, SciPy, Numpy and MatPlotLib(PyLab) and uses wxPython for the GUI. It can be used for non-linear analysis with a large set of experimental or generated data. Load/Acquire / Save/ Gr2 weekly downloads
Offline DVDs software repository builder for Ubuntu and derivatives1 weekly downloads
The solution to all your problems1 weekly downloads
Kingdom Wars is a client/server chess daemon designed to run on multiple operating platforms. Both the client and the server are stand alone. The network protocal is open, and custom clients are welcome to be developed.1 weekly downloads
Projek Munsyi is a project to provide localization (L10N) for the Bahasa Melayu (Malay language) (ms) especially for the GNU software. The goal of this project is to become the hub for the Malay language team at Translation Project.1 weekly downloads
Bot-Jagwar is a project that aims to create a content generator which will be used on wikipages or on content sites. I Bot Jagwar dia tetikasa izay manan-tanjona ny mamorona votoatiny ho ampisaina eo amina pejy wiki na eo amina firaketam-botoatiny.1 weekly downloads
Development of a new game.
Online game and portal engine.
Datama! The cinematic experience of data - enabling media to be produced and relayed as a non linear experience.
Free multi-OS, PyGTK+-based Poker Client that loads multiple Poker sites, such as PokerStars, PokerRoom, Royal Vegas Poker, Full Tilt, and many more at the same time.
An Open Source HoneyPot
This project tends to implement a set of kernel hacking utilities, such as filesystem monitoring, process controlling, memory accessing, rootkit subverting, etc. It is designed to be plugin-extensible. Both binary and script plugins will be supported.
The first open source and open hardware IP PBX in the world!
This is attempt to make an open source bookmarking system that supports tagging, distributed data storage, genetic "splicing" of strains of bookmarking tags and much more!
Backup systems in today’s world are available as stand-alone applications or net-backup systems. All of these existing methods require heavy infrastructure for the individual or SOHO users to use these applications for backup systems
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.