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You take a role as a CEO in a computer company. That company builds computers and sells them, you can even build consoles, PDAs, mobile phones, etc.
Heartbeat Light is a lightweight Heartbeat-like daemon/client. It supports monitoring of of multiple Services like HTTP, FTP ... it can be extended quite easy. Heartbeat Light is completely written in ANSI C.
Java based roguelike
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The Latter-day Saint Data Processing System is a plugin-oriented general purpose data processing utility to assist members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in performing their volunteer work.
The Lazybones project is a server and a collection of clients. It allows one person to voice control multiple machines. Designed for software developers and sys admins, Lazybones speeds up redundant and/or complex tasks.
ServerCG is a server daemon, that connects two BZFlag server, and builds a chat connection between the two servers.