MIDAS Is A Distributed Automation System. The goal of MIDAS is to be a touch-screen driven home automation project, using networked terminals placed around the home to control everything from home theatre to lighting and eventually security.
It's trying to do something again, but better
NeoBSD is a free Unix-like operating system created as a fork of NetBSD. And aims to combine the all best features of other BSD systems. At the beginning will be supported x86 platform. And priority will be: * move from GCC * work on O3 optimization of kernel and highly loaded parts of system; * port Xen dom0 support to other bsd's; * porting various applications to work with SysV IPC rather than Dbus * "new life" for Xorg UMS drivers * slim, not freedesktop.org like desktop
Operating System Image customization Tools For RaspberryPi
RemasterPi is a set of scripts that can automate the build process of the Raspbian operating system images. The images it produces are only the bare minimum to boot the system and can then be customized by the end-user using a menu-based application. This way unexperienced users will be able to create their own customized distribution by making selections from pre-sets configured by hardcore distro hackers. Also it enables the busy Linux guru's to automate tasks and save loads of time which can then be spent on creating other nice things we want ;) The end-user application can be extended by simply adding shell scripts and text files which explain a script's features, pro's, con's, do's and dont's which makes it easy to contribute, simple to use and even a bit educational.
Replacement client software on Rio (or Dell) Digital Audio Receivers such that they connect to slimserver like a natively supported device.